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ALLEN  COUNTY  PUBLIC  LIBRARY 


3  1833  01864  5280 


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979.402 
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1920 


1920 


INDEX  TO  RESPECTIVE 
LINES  BUSINESS 


-IN- 


BUYERS'  GUIDE 

SAN  FRANCISCO 


"Accountants   6-7 

Adding  Machines   7-8 

Addressing  Machines .  '.   8 

Agricultural  Implements   9 

Architects'  and  Engineers'  Supplies   9 

Artists'  Materials   10 

Asbestos  Goods   .  11-12 

Automobile  Dealers  13-25 

Automobile  Trucks  25-27 

Automobile  Accessories  28-32 

Automobile  Fenders   33 

Automobile  Repairing   34 

Automobile  Insurance   35 

Bag  Manufacturers  36-38 

Bake  Ovens   38 

Banking  Department  39-56 

Banks  and  Office  Fixtures   57 

Batteries   57 

Bed  Manufacturers  ;   58 

Belting  Manufacturers  58-60 

Billiard  Table  Mfrs   60 

Blow  Pipe   61 

Boat  Builders   61 

Boiler  Compounds   62 

Boiler  Makers   62 

Boilers   63 

Builders'  Supplies  and  Building  Materials. . .  .  63-69 

Can  Manufacturers   70 

Canned  Goods   70 

Clocks   71 

Coal,  Retail   71 

Coal,  Wholesale  72-73 

Collection  Agencies   74 

Colleges  and  Schools   74 

Contractors'  Equipment  75-77 

Cutlery   77 

Dairy  Supplies   78 

Detective  Agencies  78-80 

J  Diamond  Dealers   115 

Dictating  Machines   80 

Drawing  Materials   80 

Dry  Goods   80 

Electrical  Supplies   81 

Electrotypers   81 

Employment   82 

Engineers'  and  Architects'  Supplies   82 

Engines   82 

Exporters  and  Importers  98-100 

Express   83 

Felts   83 

Filters   83 

Fire  Extingxiishers  84-85 

Foundries  86-87 

Foundry  Supplies   87 

Funeral  Directors   88 

Furriers   89 


Pages 

Gas  Engines   89 

Glass  Bottle  Mfrs   89 

Glass  Mfrs   90 

Glue  Mfrs   90 

Grain  ;  .  91 

Grille  Work   92 

Hardware  92-93 

Hardware  Specialties   94 

Hay  and  Grain   94 

Heating  Contractors   95 

Hospitals   96 

Hotels   97 

Importers  and  Exporters  98-100 

Insurance  Companies    101-102 

Iron  Works  103-105 

Iron  and  Steel  r  .  •  •  ,  106-114 

Jewelers   115 

Junk  Dealers  , ,   114 

Kodaks  and  Cameras   116 

Loose  Leaf  Ledgers  

Lumber  Dealers   117 

Macaroni  and  Vermicelli   118 

Machinery  and  Tools  118-136 

Metal  137-138 

Metal  Cutting   138 

Milk  Dealers   139 

Multigraphing   140 

Newspaper  Representatives   140 

Office  Equipment  and  SuppUes  141-142 

Oil  Refiners   142 

Oil  Well  Supplies   142 

Paint  Manufacturers  143-144 

Paper  Products   145 

Phonographs   145 

Pipe  Tanks  and  Silos   146 

Plumbers'  Supplies   146 

Printers   146 

Public  Accountants   6-7 

Pumps   147 

Refrigeration   148 

Real  Estate   149 

Rubber  Goods  150-152 

Rubber  Stamps   152 

Scales   153 

Schools  and  Colleges   74 

Sheet  Metal  Works   154 

Shipbuilding  155-157 

Shipping  and  Commission   158 

Shoes,  Wholesale   160 

Storage   160 

Stoves  and  Ranges  ;   160 

Stoves  and  Tinware   161 

Surveyors'  and  Drawing  Instruments   161 

Tanks   161 

Trusses   162 

Typewriter  Supplies   162 

Undertakers   163 


ACCOUNTANTS 


PROFIT— THE  NET  EARNING  CAPACITY  OE  YOUR  BOSINESS 

Its  Amount  Has  Your  Earnest  Attention. 
How  Can  You  Maintain  or  increase  It? 

An  OHLSON  ACCOUNTING  SYSTEM  will  give  you  a 
thorough  analysis  of  your  business. 

An  OHLSON  ENGINEERING  SYSTEM  will  eliminate  the 
waste  and  increase  the  efficiency  and  profit  of  your  operating. 

Our  service  includes  AUDITS  and  INCOME  TAX 
PREPARATION. 

The  OHLSON  COMPANY 

Accountants  and  Industrial  Engineers 
400  NEW  CALL  BUILDING     Telephone  Douglas  885 

AUDITING  TAX  ACCOUNTING  SYSTEMS 

C.  A.  De  HAAS  &  CO. 

INCORPORATED 

Public  Accountants 

704-5  HoBART  Building  douglas°i34o 


BOSSERMAN  &  MERTENS  CO. 

PUBLIC  ACCOUNTANTS  AND 
INCOME    TAX  CONSULTANTS 


SAN  FRANCISCO      ::      FRESNO      ::      LOS  ANGELES 
SACRAMENTO       ::  STOCKTON 
WASHINGTON,  D.  C. 


ACCOUNTANTS 


1923105 
STEVENS  ^  JOSE 

Accountants  and  Auditors 


973  MONADNCXaC-BJUDG 


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AUDITS   -   INVESTIGATIONS   -   BUSINESS  SYSTEMS 

AND 

INCOME  TAX  RETURNS 


IB 


ADDING  MACHINES 


BULLEN  &  COMPANY 

Industrial  Engineers 

OFFICES:   SAN  FRANCISCO   -    LOS  ANGELES   -  SEATTLE 


WESTERN  REPRESENTATIVES 

Bishop  Calculating  Recorders 
machines  for  computing  and 
recording  elapsed  time 


THE  ONLY  COST  KEEPING  MACHINE 
THAT  RECORDS  THE  ELAPSED  TIME 
AND    GIVES    A    DIRECT   READING   I N— 

DOUCARS   AND  C  E  N  X  S 


WESTERN  DISTRIBUTORS 
AUTOMATIC,  MECHANICAL  AND  ELECTRICAL 
INDUSTRIAL  EQUIPMENT 

BISHOP  CALCULATING  RECORDERS 
MASTER  CLOCKS,  SECONDARY  CLOCKS 
PROGRAM  CLOCKS 

FACTORY  TIME  SYSTEMS  and  DEVICES 
KLAXONS,  WHISTLES,  GONGS,  HORNS 
FACTORY  BELLS,  BUZZERS 
FIRE  ALARM  SIGNALS  ^ 
AUTOMATIC  CALLING  SYSTEMS 

1508  Claus  Spreckels  BIdg. 

TELEPHONE  Sutter  3987 


San  Francisco 
California 


ADDING  MACHINES 


ADDRESSING  MACHINES 


A  SIMPLER,  FASTER 

ADDING  MACHINE 

That 

ADDS  ;  SUBTRACTS  :  MULTIPLIES  ;  DIVIDES 
MAKES  OUT  MONTHLY  STATEMENTS 
AND.'.y.".     TABULATES  AND  FIGURES  INTEREST 

CALCULATING  MACHINE  .  .  " 

Have  A  Demonstration 

DALTON  ADDING  MACHINE 

618  MISSION  STREET  PHONE  SUTTER  4952 


THE  10  KEY 
ADDING,  LISTING 


ADDRESSING  MACHINES 


The  Entirely  Visible  Addressing  System 


Best  Results  at  Least  Expense 

One  Piece  Self-indexing  Fiber  Address  Cards 
Eliotype  Style  Made  on  Your  Own  Typewriter 

Telephone  Factory  Service  and  Sale*  Branch  Wm.  L.  Hovis 

s  u  1 1  e  r  60  7  2      j     Sansomc  Street,  San  Francisco  ^ana.er 

Ask  for  our  advice  and  estimates  on  your  addressing  requirements. 


No  Matter  How  Large  Your  List — 
There  is  A  Belknap  Addressing  Machine 


Thl»  Belknap  Gtencll  may 
be  out  on  any  typewriter 

■Call  Sutter  4953" 
for  further  Information. 


THAT  WILL  EXACTLY  MEET  YOUR 
NEEDS. 

YOUR  TYPEWRITER   IS  YOUR 
STENCIL  CUTTER. 


Call  or  Write  for  Further  Information 


6  18  Mission 


AV.   AV.  E  II  S  K  I  N  E  CO. 


Sutter  4952 


AGRICULTURAL  IMPLEMENTS 


OIL  PULL  TRACTORS— 4  Sizes— Oil  Cooled 
STEAM  TRACTORS— 3  Sizes  IDEAL  THRESHERS— 5  Sizes 

CLOVER  AND  ALFALFA  HULLERS— 2  Sizes 
SPECIAL  TWO  CYLINDER  BEAN  THRESHER— 28x44 
GRAND  De  TOUR  PLOWS 
OLIVER  TRACTOR  TOOLS— Plows,  Discs,  Harrows,  Pulverizers 


30-60  H.  P. 


20-40  H.  P. 


16-30  H.  P.  12-20  H.  P. 


ADVANCE 

Head  Office: 

La  Porte,  Ind. 


RUMELY 


Factory  Branch: 

17-19  Main  St. 
^      San  Francisco 


ARCHITECTS'  AND  ENGINEERS'  SUPPLIES 


MEASURING 
TAPES 


D 


BLUE  PRINT  AND 
VANDYKE  PAPERS 


DRAWING  MATERIALS 

SURVEYING  INSTRUMENTS 


EUGENE  DIETZGEN  CO. 

18  FIRST  STREET  Teleiihone  KEARNY  2680 


H.  S.  CROCKER  CO.,  Inc. 

The  Loose  Leaf  House  of  San  Francisco 


•MANUFACTURERS  OF- 


LOOSE  LEAF  LEDGERS  and  ACCOUNT  BOOKS 
BANK  OUTFITS  and  COUNTY  RECORDS 
OFFICE  STATIONERY 


565-571  MARKET  STREET 


LOS  ANGELES 

723-725  Hill  St. 


OAKLAND 
1444  Broadway 


SACRAMENTO 

208-210  J  St. 


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ARTISTS'  MATERIALS 


SCHUSSLER  BROS. 


SAN  FRANCISCO 


Established  1882 


CALIFORNIA 


Manufacturers 

ofPJCTURE  FRAMES.  MOULDINGS.  WIN'DOW  DISPLAY 
FIXTURES.    THEATRICAL  DIS'PLAY  STANDS 

Importers 

of  9^IRRORS.  'PICTURE  GLASS.  ARTISTS'  MATERIALS 
for  PASTEL.  OIL  and  WATER  COLOR  and  CHINA 
PAINTING.  CHARCOAL  and  MECHANICAL  DRAWING. 
SIGN  WRITERS-  and  CARD  WRITERS'  SUPPLIES. 

RETAIL     AND  WHOLESALE 


Factory  and  Wko?esaJe  Department 
Retai!  Store  ------- 


326-338  GROVE  STREET 
285  GEARY  STREET 


SCHUSSLER  BROS. 


Picture  Frames 


S^rtj'sts'  9y[ateria1s 


San  F 


an  rrancisco 


111 


ASBESTOS  GOODS 


FRANK  MALLOYE  EDGAR  C.  BRODER  WM.  A.  FINNIGAN 

President  Vice-Pres.  and  Manager  Asst.  Manager 


Wesfern  Asbestos  Magnesia  Co, 

Insulating  Engineers 


EXCLUSIVE  DISTRIBUTORS  OF 
AND  CONTRACTORS  FOR 

THE  PHILIP  CAREY  GO'S  PRODUCTS  : 

CAREY'S  ROOFINGS 
MAGNESIA  AND  ASBESTOS  PIPE  AND  BOILER  COVERINGS 
COLD  STORAGE  INSULATION 
ASBESTOS  AND  ASPHALT  PRODUCTS 
"ELASTITE"  EXPANSION  PAVING  JOINT 


25-29  South  Park  (  2nd  and  3rd  Sts.  )  San  Francisco,  Cal. 

Telephone  Douglas  3860 


RALPH  M.  BUNDSCHU        CHARLES  K.  BROWN 


Telephone     Kearny  3850 

Asbestos  Company 
=  of  California  = 

Asbestos  Pipe  and  Boiler  Coverings 
85%  MAGNESIA 

16-18  Natoma  St.,  San  Francisco,  Cal. 


Cit3^  Director}^ 


—  IS  where  many 
people  look  when 
they  want  to  find 
you.  if>  st> 

Index  your  busi- 
ness under  all 
classifications 
where  a  customer 
might  look  for  you 


You  should  make  it  easy  for  them  to  find 
you  by  putting  in  the  Directory  such 
information  as  a  buyer  wants  to  know. 

Crocker- Langley 
SAN  FRANCISCO  DIRECTORY 


230-340  Brannan  Street 


Tel.  Douglas  5800 


ASBESTOS  GOODS 


MILLBOARD 

that  keeps 

DRY 

Dominion  Branded  Milll 

Guaranteed  to  be  91-91  pure  h 
boarded  with  a  special  waterproof  bin 
prevents  softening  or  deterioration.  P 
strong  cases,  no  breakage.  From  San  P 
stock  or  full  carloads  from  New  Yo 

A  Few  of  the  Other  Products  In  the  Dominion  Line 

Asbestos  Paper  and  Roll  Board — Asbestos  Wicking — Hose:  Water,  Suction,  Air, 
Steam,  Fire  and  Radiator— GRIPTITE  Brake  Lining— GRIPTITE 
Clutch  Facings — Gaskets  and  all  Automotive  Packings. 

Dominion  Asbestos  &  Rubber  Corp. 

320  Market  Street  ::  ::         San  Francisco,  California 


CAUTION! 

Deal  only  witk  well -known  putlisliers 

wken  giving  or  ders  for  D  irectory  Advertising. 

Read  all  orders  carefully  before  signing., 

and  do  not  sign  duplicate  "VOUCHERS" 
as  tKey  are  invariatly  used  fraudulently. 

PAY  NO  MONEY  IN  ADVANCE 

IF  IN  DOUBT-CALL  US 

Crocker-Langley  Directory 

Telephone  DOUGLAS  5800 


FOR  DELIVERY  FROM 
SAN  FRANCISCO  STOCK 


t)oard 

isbestos 
der  that 
'acked  in 
"rancisco 
rk  City. 


AUTOMOBILE  DEALERS 


H.  O.  HARRISON  CO. 

Van  Ness  at  Post  Street 

SAN  FRANCISCO 


AUTOMOBILE  DEALERS 

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IT  IS  OUR  PLEASURE 
TO  OFFER  FOR  THE  APPROVAL 
OF  THE 

MOTORING  PUBLIC 

A  FULL  LINE  OF 

NASH  FOURS 
NASH  SIXES 

AND 

NASH  TRUCKS 

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PACIFIC  NASH  MOTOR  CO. 

1529  VAN  NESS  AVENUE 

Phone  Prospect  611 

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AUTOMOBILE  DEALERS 


Don  Lee  -  Cadillac 

BUILDING 

Largest  jiutomohile  Service 
building  In  "Uhe  World 

Every  kind  of  automotile  service 
for  every  make  of  motor  car 

Van  Ness  Ave.  fe?  OTarrell  St. 

SAN  FRANCISCO 

READY  FOR  OCCUPANCY  FEBRUARY  1st,  1921 


AUTOMOBILE  DEALERS 


VAN  NESS  AVENUE  AND 
WASHINGTON  STREET 


11! 


AUTOMOBILE  DEALERS 


^J'^^yVew  Home  ofi 

Cole  o^ero-  Eight, 
STEVENS-DURYEA, 

SAN  DOW  TRO 


INC. 

1625  VAN  NESS  AVE.  PROSPECT  6800 

SAN  FRANCISCO 
SACRAMENTO     "      OAKLAND      -  FRESNO 


AUTOMOBILE  DEALERS 


THE  Kissel  Custom-Built  Six  came  into 
being  as  if  made  to  order  for  one  individual 
of  extremely  good  taste  and  judgment — 

An  individual  wiio  typified  America's  automobile 
critics — who  wanted  a  car  of  marked  distinction 
in  appearance  and  positive  superiority  in  me- 
chanical construction — a  car  that  was  a  perfect 
symphony  of  lines— a  blend  of  the  best  features, 
accessories,  comforts  and  conveniences,  which  the 
"custom-trade"  buyer  would  select. 

KISSEL 


Western  Motors  Co. 

2000  VAN  NESS  AVENUE 

SAN  FRANCISCO 


18 


AUTOMOBILE  DEALERS 


OF  SAN  FPANCISCO. 

GOLDEN  GATE  AVENUE  at  HYDE 
OAKLAND  BRANCH:   28th  and  BROADWAY 


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AUTOMOBILE  DEALERS 


MAXWELL 

The  100  Ter  Cent  Automobile 


Built  of  Special  Steels 


Beauty  of  Appearance 
Economy  of  Operation 
Ease    of  Riding 


WESTERN  MOTORS  CO. 

2000  VAN  NESS  AVENUE 

AT  JACKSON  STREET 

San  Francisco 


AUTOMOBILE  DEALERS 


The  New  Series  F  Mitchell 

Predicting  the  Future  Style  Trend 

A  car  of  surpassing  beauty  and  rare  distinction  mounted  on  a 
chassis  whose  sturdiness  is  proved  by  the  thousands 
in  satisfactory  use. 

Undoubtedly  the  supreme  value  in  the  popular  priced  field. 


FRAWLEY  MOTOR  COMPANY 

1417  VAN  NESS  AVENUE 

PROSPECT  406  SAN  FRANCISCO 

DISTRIBUTORS  FOR  NORTHERN  CALIFORNIA  AND  NEVADA 

DEALERS  IN  ALL  IMPORTANT  CITIES 


Security  Motor  Corporation 

995  Market  Street 


Skelton  Motor  Car 

L.  R.  SKELTON,  Vice  President 
F.  C.  SCHOEN,  Manager  . 


AUTOMOBILE  DEALERS 


The  Locomobile  Company 

MAKERS  OF 

Fine  Motor  Cars 
and  Trucks 

FULTON  STREET 

WKST  OF  VAN  NESS 


AUTOMOBILE  DEALERS 


^  ^~r^HE  Willys-Overland  Pacific  Building  in  San  Francisco  is  typical  of  m 

M  JL  the  Branch  buildings  of  the  Company  located  in  ten  coast  cities.  M 

H  These  ten  branches  are  the  source  of  supply  of  nearly  three  hundred  m 

M  dealers  selling  Willys-Knight  and  Overland  Automobiles  in  California  and  g 

M  the  North  West.  M 

S  Unequaled  service  facilities,  proper  tools,  workshops  and  personnel  are  J 

H  backed  by  a  Company  policy  that  extends  the  same  courtesies,  the  same  = 

H  prices,  and  the  same  fair  treatment  to  all  with  whom  they  have  business  m 

g  dealings.  M 

H  In  your  selection  of  an  automobile  you  will  naturally  turn  to  this  perma-  s 

g  nent  business  house.  g 

M  'The  new  models  of  all  Overland  and  Willys-Knight          •  J 

H  cars  are  on  display  in  our  retail  salesroom  for  your  ^ 

S  inspection,  and  comparison.  H 

I  Willys-Overland  Pacific  Company  | 

S  L.  M.  STEWART,  Branch  Manager  H 

■  Van  Ness  Ave.  at  Bush                 "Telephone  Prospect  6000  | 

S  Other  Coast  Branches  at  Oakland,  Sacramento,  Fresno,  Los  Angeles,  ^ 

5  Hollywood,  Pasadena,  Spokane,  Seattle  and  Portland. 


AUTOMOBILE  DEALERS 


Style  That  Holds  First  Place 

YOU  have  the  satisfaction  that  comes 
with  possession  of  the  last  word  in  style 
when  you  drive  a  Velie.  And  you  have  the 
thrill  of  great  power — the  comfort  of  deep  plaited 
genuine  leather  upholstery  —  plenty  of  room — the 
most  advanced  convenience.  Six  body  styles  open 
and  closed.  To  make  sure  of  having  your  Velie  for 
the  long  motoring  season  your  order  should  not  be 
delayed. 


You  will  be  especially  interested 
in  the  smaller  and  lower  priced 
V elie  Six — a  remarkable  value. 


Cadwalader- Chase  Co. 

Sutter  and  Van  Ness 

Prospect  1765 


34 


AUTOMOBILE  TRUCKS 


A  GOOD  TRUCK 

Is  a  Good  Investment 


ANYONE  wko  needs  a  motor  truck  sliould  not 
look  upon  it  as  an  expense  tut  as  an  investment 
— because  a  good  truck  will  earn  money. 

You  would  not  buy  bonds  or  real  estate  because 
of  low  cost  regardless  of  future  value  and  earnings. 
Tbe  same  reasoning  applies  to  truck  buying. 

Tbe  purcbaser  of  a  W^bite  Truck  backs  bis  in- 
vestment in  it  witb  tbe  strengtb  of  Tbe  Wbite 
Company;  witb  its  years  of  successful  experience, 
witb  its  tbousands  of  trained  employes,  witb  its  tens 
of  tbousands  of  trucks  m  active  service,  witb  its 
millions  of  capital,  and  a  service  organization, 
nation-wide,  wbicb  bas  no  parallel  m  tbe  industry. 

There  is  a  size  and  type  of  White  Truck 
for  eVery  hauling  need 

WHITE  TRUCKS 


The  WhiteesI  Company 

G.  A.  URQUHART,  Pac'fic  Coast  Manager 

1480  Market  St.  at  Van  Ness  Ave. 
SAN  FRANCISCO 


Business  Tools 

Should  be 

The  Sensible  kind    The  Sectional  kind 
The  Globe- Wernicke  kind 

GLOBE-WERNICKE 

Horizontal   Units,   Unifiles   Upright  Units, 
Card  Index  Cabinets,  Solid  Cabinets 
in  Wood  and  Steel 
are 

Never  Too  Large    Never  Too  Small 
Always  Just  Right 


H.  S.  CROCKER  CO.,  Inc. 

Sole  Agents 

SAN  FRANCISCO 

566-671  Market  St. 

SACRAMENTO  OAKLAND 
208-210  J  St.  1444  Broadway 

LOS  ANGELES 

723-726  Hill  St. 


Write  for  Catalogue 


AUTOMOBILE  TRUCKS 


No  Other  Truck  Has  It 

Look  under  the  hood  of  any  other  truck  on  the  market  and  you 
won't  find  it.  Yet  it  is  the  biggest  improvement  wnich  has  been 
put  on  motor  trucks  within  recent  years. 

The  Clydesdale  Automatic  Controller,  commonly  called  "The 
Driver  Under  the  Hood." 

The  finest  assembly  of  parts  ever  put  together  can  be  utterly 
ruined  within  a  few  weeks'  time  by  careless,  ignorant  drivers. 

The  Clydesdale  has,  we  believe,  the  highest  grade,  best  made 
parts  of  any  truck  on  the  market. 

But  the  important  point  is  that  every  moving  part — motor, 
transmission,  axle,  etc.,  are  thoroughly  protected  against  strain- 
ing, breaking,  and  unnecessary  wear  by  this  remarkable  little 
device. 

It  automatically  controls  the  motor  at  all  speeds.  The  driver 
has  nothing  to  do  with  the  motor.  He  can't  abuse  it.  He  can't 
let  it  race.  He  can't  shoot  in  the  gas  suddenly  by  jamming  down 
the  accelerator  pedal,  and  strain  and  shock  every  moving  part. 

The  controller  opens  and  closes  the  throttle  automatically,  de- 
pending upon  the  changing  conditions  of  road  and  load — keeping 
the  truck  moving  at  the  'ixed  speed  determined  by  the  position  of 
the  throttle  lever,  just  as  the  moct  expert  driver  would  do  it  if  hei 
had  nothing  to  do  but  watch  the  mo.  .  You  can  see  for  yourself 
wb^t  a  big  saving  this  means. 


Clydesdale  Motor  Truck  Company 

FACTORY  BRANCH 


Sales  Rooms 
1530-1546  MARKET  ST. 


Service  Shops 
35-41  OAK  STREET 


MOTOR  a  TRUCKS 


AUTOMOBILE  ACCESSORIES 


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GRUSS  AIR  SPRINGS 


The  Only  "Two-Way'^  Action  Air  Spring  in  Existence 

NO  ROCK  NOR  SWAY  ON  CURVES 
CHOICE  OF  THE  MAN  WHO  KNOWS 


AWA.RDED 


Preserve  the  life  oj 
your  car,  increaseyour 
tire  mileage. 


Avail  yourself  of  all 
there  is  to  be  had  by 
way  of  comfort. 


GOLD  MEDAL 

WE  DO  NOT  CUT  YOUR  STEEL  SPRINGS 

GRUSS  AIR  SPRING  CO. 

Main  Office  and  Installation  Station: 
145-155  Hayes  Street,  San  Francisco,  Calif. 

Telephones  :  Park  7306  -  7307 

Factory  and  Service  Station 
179  Grove  Street       -       -       Telephone:  Park  5100 

FACTORY  BRANCHES 
Morgan  &  Burns 


J.  S.  Bushey 

717-719  W.  Eleventh  St. 
LOS  ANGELES,  CAL. 

Proctor  Tractor  &  Imp.  Co. 

640  -  4th  Street 
SANTA  ROSA,  CALIF. 


Market  and  Williams  St. 
SAN  JOSE,  CALIF. 


Senegriri  Bros. 

516-518  Pacific  Ave. 
SANTA  CRUZ,  CAL. 


L.  A.  Bobo 

1260  Van  Ness  Avenue 
FRESNO,  CALIF. 

Bairs  Garage 

6th  and  D  Streets 
EUREKA,  CALIF. 


W.  D.  McKay    Liberty  Auto  Co.  BumessAuto&Bdy.Wks. 


12th  and  J  Streets 
SACRAMENTO,  CALIF. 


1750  E.  12th  St. 

OAKLAND,  CAL. 


15th  and  Alder  Streets 
PORTLAND,  ORE. 


Gruss  Air  Spring  Co.  Geo.  W.  Hoffman  Co. 

,„Service  Station  1406  Tenth  Avenue 

3701  Downing  Street  cirAx-riir  u/acu 

DENVER,  COLORADO  SEATTLE,  WASH. 

guaranteed  FIVE  YEARS 


Karl  Winter 

717-719  So.  State  St. 
SALT  LAKE  CITY 


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GRUSS  AIR  SPRINGS 


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AUTOMOBILE  ACCESSORIES 


STEWART- WARNER  SPEEDOMETERS 

Stewart  Products 


Service  Station 


Stewart  Products  Service  Station 

Successor  to  San  Francisco  Branch 

Stewart-Warner  Speedometer  Corp. 

1447  Van  Ness  Avenue 
PHONE  FRANKLIN  6369 


STEWART- WARNER  SPEEDOMETERS 


AUTOMOBILE  ACCESSORIES 


E.  A.  CORNEL Y,  Inc. 

1445  BUSH  STREET 
San  Francisco 

DISTRIBUTORS  FOB 

and  THERMOSTATS 

in   Northern    California    and  Washington 


Service  Stations 
Everywhere 

AGENTS  FOR  -  ~ 

Automobile  Silent  Chains 
Ignition  Coils  and  Parts 


Automobile  Repairing, 
Carburetor,  Ignition 
and  Welding  Experts. 


AUTOMOBILE  ACCESSORIES 


UNITED 
AUTO  SUPPLY  CO. 

Jobbers  and  Factory 
Distributers 

m 

Automobile  Accessories 

Garage  and  Shop  Equipment 

711-715  MISSION  ST. 

Phone  Douglas  3488  San  Francisco,  Cal. 


AUTOMOBILE  ACCESSORIES 


Westinghouse  Air  Springs 

Make  the  Best  Car  Better 


They  afford 
the  utmost 
comfort 


They  also 
reduce  cost 
of  up-keep 


Interesting  literature  will  he  mailed  on  request 


TELEPHONE  PROSPECT  1850 


THE  WESTINGHOUSE  AIR  SPRING  CO. 


1644  PINE  STREET 


SAN  FRANCISCO 


"Double  Seal"  Piston  Rings 


'PEP 
POWER 
PICKUP" 


SEACS 
GROOVE 


"SPEED 
COMFORT 
ECONOMY" 


Has  your  motor  lost  its  "Pep"?    Do  you  want  more  "Power"?    Does  it 
refuse  to  "Pickup"  like  it  did  when  new? 

WHY  REBQRE? 

A  set  of  "Double  Seal"  Piston  Rings  will  restore  the  efficiency  of  any 
motor  that  is  not  scored  and  whose  cylinders  are  not  more  than  .005  of  an 
inch  "out  of  round." 

We  carry  a  stock  of  45,000  Rings  and  can  fit  any  Auto,  Motor  Truck, 
Motorcycle  or  Tractor  and  most  of  the  Marine  and  Stationary  Motors  at  a 
minutes  notice. 

'IF  YOUR  JOBBER  DOES  NOT  HAVE  THEM  HE  CAN  GET  THEM  FOR  YOU' 

DOUBLE  SEAL  RING  CO. 


1124  Polk  Street 


F  a  c I o  r  V  Branch 


I'HONK    KRANKI.IM  235.i 


San  Francisco 


Also  Branches  in  the  FoUowimj  Cilies: 
SACRAMENTO.  FRESNO.  STOCKTON,  LOS  \N(^ELES.  PORTLAND, SEATTLE 


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AUTOMOBILE  FENDERS  AND  RADIATORS 


L.  BLOOM  &  SONS 


PROSPECT  5160 


S-  F.  Fender  &  Radiator 

Works 

RADIATORS  MANUFACTURED 
General  Repairing 

Lamps,  Hoods,  Tanks  and  Body  Building 
Sheet  Metal  and  Welding  Specialties 

We  Call  and  Deliver 


1528  VAN  NESS  AVE. 

Bet.  California  and  Pine  Sts. 


1656  PINE  STREET 

Bet.  Van  Nets  and  Franklin 


AUTOMOBILE  REPAIRING 


Bert  F.  Gibbs 


BUIGK 

Specialist 


Auto  Repairing 

In 

All  Its  Branches 


1156-58  GEARY  STREET 

Near  Van  Ness  Avenue 

SAN  FRANCISCO,  CALIFORNIA 

TELEPHONE  PROSPECT  1197 


AUTOMOBILE  INSURANCE 


THOMAS  R.  LAMB.  'President 


C.  E.  ROGERS,  Jr.,  Vice-President 


Thomas  R.  Lamb  Co, 


INCORPORATED 


GENERAL  AGENTS 


Offices  in  the  following  cities: 


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SAN  FRANCISCO  LOS  ANGELES  SACRAMENTO 

FRESNO  SAN  DIEGO 

West  American  Automobile 
&  Fire  Insurance  Company 

OF  CALIFORNIA 

Lion  Bondmgf  and  Surety  Co. 

OMAHA.  NEBRASKA 


LIABILITY 

All  Lines 

ACCIDENT  AND 
HEALTH 

PLATE  GLASS 

SURETY  BONDS 

WORKMEN'S 
COMPENSATION 


AUTOMOBILE 

Fire  and  Theft 
T^uhh'c  Liahility 
Collision 
^ro'perty  Damage 

BURGLARY 
ELEVATOR 
FIRE 


Our  Service  Tke  Best 


Losses  Promptly  Paid 


Suite  201-2-3-4 


341  Montgomery  St, 

San  Francisco,  California 


Telephone  Sutter  5259 


Telephone  Douglas  1416 


BAG  MANUFACTURERS 


HYLAND  BAG  COMPANY 

243    SACRAMENTO  STREET 
SAN    FRANCISCO,  CAL. 

MANUFACTURERS,   IMPORTERS   AND  DEALERS 

BAGS 

BURLAP 

TWINE 

TELEPHONE    DOUGLAS  412 


W.  A.  PLUMMER  MFG.  CO. 

IMPORTERS    and  MANUFACTURERS 

BURLAP  and  COTTON 

B  4  G  S 

PIECE  BURLAP 
CANVAS  GOODS 

llllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllll^^ 

35-37  Front  St.— cor.  Pine      San  Francisco 


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BAG  MANUFACTURERS 


AMES  HARRIS  NEVILLE  CO 


MANUFACTURERS,  IMPORTERS 
AND  DEALERS  IN 


BAGS 

TWINES 

BURLAP 

TENTS 

DUCK 

AWNINGS 

CANVAS 
COTTAGES 

CAMP 
FURNITURE 

WATER  BAGS 

BOX  BRANDS 
TYPE 

PRESSES 
SERVICE 


OF  ALL  DIMENSIONS  AND  DESCRIPTIONS,  MADE  OF 
BURLAP,  COTTON  GOODS,  DUCK  OR  CANVAS.  PRINTED 
OR  PLAIN. 

FLAX  FOR  THE  MILL,  WAREHOUSE  OR  HARVEST  FIELD. 
COTTON,  HEMP,  JUTE  AND  PAPER  FLEECE  TWINE. 


BY  THE  CARLOAD,  BALE  OR  BOLT,  PLAIN,  COLORED 
OR  MANGLED,  IN  ALL  WEIGHTS  AND  WIDTHS. 

OF  ALL  SIZES,  WEIGHTS  AND  QUALITY.  CANVAS 
COTTAGES.   CONTRACTORS'  CONSTRUCTION  TENTS. 

NARROW  —  WIDE  —  LIGHT  —  HEAVY  —  COLORED  AND 
WATERPROOF.   BALE  OR  BOLT. 

FOR  THE  RESIDENCE,  STORE  OR  FACTORY.  SATISFAC- 
FACTORY  INSTALLATION  GUARANTEED. 

MADE  TO  SPECIFICATIONS  FOR  YOUR  INSPECTION 
AND  APPROVAL  BEFORE  LEAVING  OUR  FACTORY. 
THESE  COTTAGES  ARE  DEMOUNTABLE  AND  FINISHED 
IN  AN  ARTISTIC  WORKMANLIKE  MANNER. 


GOLD  MEDAL,  MANUFACTURED  FOR  "OUT  OF  DOOR 
LUXURY."  SERVICEABLE  —  PRACTICAL.  NO  CAMP  IS 
COMPLETE  WITHOUT  THESE  CAMP  COMFORTS.  OUR 
SiOCK  IS  VERY  COMPLETE. 

PALM  BRAND.  THE  BAG  THAT  IS  A  BARGAIN. 


FOR  WOOD  OR  FIBRE  PRINTING.  A  MANUFACTURING 
EXPERIENCE  OF  MORE  THAN  25  YEARS  ENABLES  US 
TO  OFFER  A  SUPERIOR  PLATE  OR  FACE  OF  TYPE  IN 
BRASS  OR  WHITE  METAL. 

FOR  WOOD  OR  FIBRE  PRINTING  MEET  THE  FULL 
REQUIREMENTS  OF  BOX  FACTORIES,  CANNERIES  OR 
PACKING  HOUSES.    WRITE  FOR  PARTICULARS. 

THE  FOLLOWING  FACTORIES  AND  SALES  OFFICES  ARE 
FOR  YOUR  CONVENIENCE.   CALL,  WRITE  OR  PHONE. 


FACTORIES  AND 
OFFICES 


SAN  FRANCISCO,  CAL. 

100  POTRERO  AVE. 

Phone  Market  6100 


PORTLAND,  OREGON 

15TH  and  HOYT  STS. 

Phone  Broadway  1246 


SALES  OFFICES 


SALT  LAKE  CITY,  UTAH     LOS  ANGELES,  CAL. 


925  KEARNS  BLDG. 

Phone  Wasatch  2121 


923  MARSH  STRONG  BLDG. 

Phone  Broadway  5189 


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BAG  MANUFACTURERS 

BURLAP  AND  COTTON  BAGS 
COTTON  AND  FLAX  TWINES 
Burlap  Piece  Goods  and  Cotton  Sheetings 


Phone  Kearny  3570 

OFFICE  AND  FACTORY: 

Corner  of  Sansome  and  Vallejo  Streets,  San  Francisco 


BURLAP  BAGS 

WESTERN  BAG  Co..  Inc. 

Importers  and  Manufacturers 
Selected     Used     Grain  Bags 

12-4-130   MAIN  xeuephone  oouglas  s31o 

BAKE  OVENS 


Cable  Address:  "IDELOVEN"  San  Francisco.  Code:  A.  B.  C.  5th  Edition  Western  Union. 

HENRY  FINK,  President. 

Ideal-Electric  Traveling  Oven  Co,,  Inc. 

SUITE  312-14   MECHANICS   BUILDING,    948   MARKET  STREET 


Tel.  SU  r  i  ER  6,?70 

Licensed  to  Manufacture 
and  Sell  the  Schallei 
Palenled  Ideal-Eleclric 
Traveling  Oven  lor  ihe 
U.S.A. 


SAN      FRANCISCO,      CALIFORNIA  (U.S.A.) 


Write   for  Catalogue  and 
Prices 

Wanted  Representatives  in 
all  pails  United  Stales 


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BANKING  DEPARTMENT 


ITALIAN-AMERICAN  BANK 

(BANCA  ITALO-AMERICANA) 

CORNER  MONTGOMERY  AND  SACRAMENTO  STREETS 

Member  oj  Federal  Reserve  Bank 
and  Associated  Savings  Banks 

OFFICERS 

A.  SBARBORO,  President  C.  H.  CROCKER,  Vice-President 

A.  E.  SBARBORO,  Cashier  R.  A.  SBARBORO.  Asst.  Cashier 

G.  J.  PANARIO,  Asst.  Cashier  V.  L.  PUCCINELLI,  Asst.  Cashier 

C.  C.  PEINI,  Mgr.  Exchange  Dept. 

DIRECTORS 

A.  SBARBORO  L.  BOITANO  A.  J.  MERLE  H.  L.  E.  MEYER  Jr. 

C.  H.  CROCKER  G.  GARIBALDI  C.  A.  MALM  STANLEY  J.  FAY 

M.  J.  FONTANA  L.  DEMARTINI  D.  GHIRARDELLI       ISADORE  ZELLERBACH 

A.  RUDGEAR  AMBROSE  GHERINI  M.  L.  PZRASSO 


North  Beach  Branch 
COLUMBUS  Ave.  and  broadway 
M.  L.  PERASSO,  Manager 
A.  BERONIA,  Asst.  Cashier 

GENERAL  BANKING  BUSINESS  TRANSACTED 

BUY  AND  SELL  EXCHANGE 

SPECIAL  FACILITIES  FOR  ITALIAN  EXCHANGE 


PAID-UP  CAPITAL  $1,000,000.00 

SURPLUS  and  UNDIVIDED  PROFITS  -  -  -  -  248,652.45 
ASSETS  f  over  J   12,000,000.00 


CORRESPONDENTS  THROUGHOUT  THE  WORLD 
COMIVIERCIAL  AND  SAVINGS  DEPARTMENT 


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BANKING  DEPARTMENT 


STABILITY 
STRENGTU 
SERVICE 


WELLS  TARGO  mm 
NATIONAL  BANK 

OF  SAN  FRANCISCO 
CAPITAL  AND  SURPLUS  OVER 

$1  1,500,000.00 


OFFICERS : 


DIRECTORS : 


F.  L.  LIPMAN  President 

H.  B.  AINSWORTH  -  -  -  -  Vice-President 
FRANK  B.  KIN(;  -  Vice-President  and  Cashier 
WALTER  McGAVIN  -  -  -  Vice-President 
L.  R.  COFKR  -  Vice-Pres.  <"  Mgr.  Forn  Dept. 
ARTHUR  D.  OLIVKR  -  -  -  Vice-President 
JULIAN  KISKNBACH  -  -  -  Vice-President 
CLARK  WALKKR  BANTA  -  \  ice-President 
F.  L  RAYMOND  -  -  -  -  Assi.Hanl  Casliitr 
I'ARKKR  L.  JACKSON  -  -  Assistant  Cashier 
ROY  WABNKR  -  -  -  Assistant  Ca.-.-hicr 
\V.  F.  (;AI$RI1-;L     .    .    .    .     Assistant  Ca.-~hier 

\V.  J.  BKV  AN  Assistant  Ca.ihier 

K.  H.  SHINK  Assistant  Cashier 

A.  H.  SILVKRNAIL    -    -    -     A.Ksistant  Cashier 


JAMES  L.  FLOOD  F.  W.  VAN  SICKLEN 

WM.F.  HERRIN  J.  HENRY  MEYER 

A.  H.  PAYSON  A.  CHRISTESON 

H.  B.  AINSWORTH  W.  E.  GREED 

A.  HAAS  HARTLAND  LAW 

HENRY  ROSENFELD  L  N.  WALTER 

CHAS.  J.  DEERING  SIDNEY  M.  EHRMAN 
JAMES.  K.  WILSON  F.  L.  LIPMAN 

FRKDKRIGK  J.  KOSTER 


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BANKING  DEPARTMENT 


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Is  Toward  The 


AS  men  and  women 
tecome  more  tkor- 
ougkly  informed  on 
matters  pertaining  to 
p  ro  p  e  rty,  tke  more 
strongly  do  tKey  realize 
tke  need  of  an  impartial, 
disinterested  executor 
or  trustee,  experienced 
m  financial  matters. 

THIS  kank  kas  for 
some  time  realized 
tkis  growing  demand  of 
its  customers,  new  and 
old,  for  trust  advice  and 
service.  Consequently 
we  kave  estaklisked  a 
completely  equipped 
TRUST  DEPARTMENT. 


Tkrougk  tke  Trust  Department  tkis  Bank  is 

akle  to  serve  as  executor,  trustee,  administrator, 
guardian,  and  in  all  otker  trust  capacities. 


Our  officers  cordially  welcome  calls 
and  correspondence  on  this  subject. 


A  booklet  you  should  have — "The 
First  Step  in  Making  Your  Will" 


BANK  OF  CALIFORNIA,  N. A 

 A  NATIONAL  BANK 


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BANKING  DEPARTMENT 


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We  want  you  to  know  us 
We  would  like  to  know  you 

COURTESY  and  SERVICE 
IS   OUR  CORNERSTONE 

Departments  complete  in  their  service 
SAVINGS, 

COMMERCIAL, 

FOREIGN  EXCHANGE, 

SAFE  DEPOSIT  VAULTS 


'Your  Ambition — A  Bank  Account 
Our   A  m  h  ition  —  Yo  ur  A  c  c  o  u  n  t  " 


HUMBOLDT  SAVINGS  BANK 

Founded  Over  Fifty  }  ctirx  Ai/o 
78;3   AU\RKKT   STREET        ::        ::        ::        Near  Fourth 


BANKING  DEPARTMENT 


Capital  -  -  .  $  2,000,000.00 
Surplus  and  Undivided  Profits     5, 1  05,932.78 

Deposits     -      -      -  40,325,060.81 


Crocker  National  Bank 

OF  SAN  FRANCISCO 

Invites  the  Accounts  of  Individuals,  Mer- 
chants, Banl^s,  Banl^ers  and  Corporations 

ISSUES  CIRCULAR  AND  COMMERCIAL  LETTERS  OF 
CREDIT  AVAILABLE  IN  ALL  PARTS  OF  THE  WORLD 


OUR  FOREIGN  DEPARTMENT 

Is  Well  Equipped  for  the  Collection  of  Commercial  Bills,  Purchase  and  Sale 
of  Foreign  Exchange,  Drafts  and  Cable  Transfers  and  for 
Financing  Imports  and  Exports  of  Merchandise 


OFFIC 

ERS 

WM.  H.  CROCKER    .   .  . 

JAS.  J.  FAGAN  

W.  GREGG  

Vice  President  and  Cashier 

J.  B.  McCARGAR  .... 

WILLIAM  W.  CROCKER 

G.  W.  EBNER   

B.  D.  DEAN  

J.  M.  MASTEN  

D.  J.  MURPHY  

F.G.WILLIS  

.  Assistant  Cashier 

A.  C.  READ  

W.  D.  LUX  

H.  C.  SIMPSON  

Manager 

Foreign  Department 

S.  N.  SMILEY      .    .  Assistant 

Manager 

Foreign  Department 

G.  FERIS  BALDWIN  .   .  . 

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BANKING  DEPARTMENT 


of  ^an  JPrantisto 

Junction  of  Market  &  O'Farrell  Sts.  &  Grant  Ave. 


Capital  ....  $1,200,000.00 
Surplus  AND  Profits  $2,148,000.00 
Total  Assets  over  $39,000,000.00 


Commercial,  Trust  and  Savings 
Departments 


Safe  Deposit  Boxes  for  Rent 


THE  oldest  and  LARGEST  TRUST  COMPANY  IN  CALIFORNIA 


1 1 


BANKING  DEPARTMENT 


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MARKET  AT  POST  AND  MONTGOMERY  STREETS 


The    Oldest    National    Bank    in  California 


OFFICERS 

Rudolph  Spreckels,  President 
J.  K.  MoFFiTT,  Vice-President  and  Cashier 
C.  H.  McCoRMiCK,  Vice-President  Geo.  A.  Kennedy,  Vice-President 

RoBT.  R.  Yates,  Vice-President  E.  Avenali,  Vice-President 

L.  F.  Cadogan,  Assistant  Cashier  R.  A.  Newell,  Assistant  Cashier 

Frank  Seed,  Assistant  Cashier 

ACCOUNTS  INVITED 

A  general  banking  business  transacted.  Travelers'  credits  issued,  providing  a 
Exchange  for  sale  and  collections  made  safe  and  sure  means  of  drawing  money 
on  all  the  principal  cities  of  the  world.         wherever  needed. 

SAFE  DEPOSIT  DEPARTMENT 

Our  Armor  Plate  Safe  Deposit  Vaults  afford  absolute  security  for  valuables 
of  all  kinds  at  very  moderate  cost. 

FIRST  FEDERAL  TRUST  COMPANY 

(Owned  by  the  shareholders  of  the  First  National  Bank  and  governed  by  the 
same  Board  of  Directors.) 

4%  PAID  ON  SAVINGS  DEPOSITS 

Authorized  to  act  as  executor,  administrator, 
assignee,  receiver  or  in  any  trust  capacity. 


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BANKING  DEPARTMENT 


MERCHANTS 
NATIONAL  BANK 

if  SAN  FRANCISCO 

Corner  of  Market  and  New  Montgomery  Streets 

Capital  and  Surplus,  $1,775,000 


CHECKING 
ACCOUNTS 

INVITED 


INTEREST  PAID 
ON 

TERM 
DEPOSITS 

FOREIGN 

DEPARTMENT 

Chas.  Guilli 
Manager 

BOND 

DEPARTMENT 

Hamtimand  p.  Young 
Man  ager 


SAFE 
DEPOSIT 
VAULTS 

&  ^ 

OPEN 
FROM  7  A.  M. 
TILL 
MIDNIGHT 
SUNDAYS  AND 
HOLIDAYS 
INCLUDED 

&  & 

BOXES  $4 

PER  ANNUM 
AND  UP 


OFFICERS 

Wil.l.iAM  I".  SuMMKRS    -    -  President 
Wii.i.iAM  E.  Johnson  -  ric- President 
William  W.  Jonks  ------ 

-  -  -  Pice-President  and  Cashier 
r.  Wilson  Dibbi.fe  -  Vice-President 
(jEORGK  Long  -  -  -  .Isst.  Cashier 
P'rederick  W.  Judson  .Isst.  Cashier 
William  Jenkins  -  -  .Isst.  Cashier 
Redmond  P.  A.  Everard    -  .luditor 


DIRECTORS 


Robert  Onnard 

\V|  1.1,1  AM  T.  SUMMr.RS 

B.  C.  Brown 
l.oi  IS  S.  Haas 

\V.  J.  HoTCHKiSS 

WiLjJAM  E.  Johnson 

Wll.l.IAM  \V.  JoNKS 


Frederick.  F.  Savre 
Geo.  C.  Boardman 
Harrv  N.  Stetson 
T.  Wilson  Dibblee 
(i.  H.  I'mbsen 
\V.  F'.  Williamson 
Geo.  Long 


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BANKING  DEPARTMENT 


JVhat  to  do— 

When  you  sit  with  your  lawyer 
and  draw  up  your  will 

^'hASTLY:  I  hereby  nominate  and  appoint  John  Doe 
the  executor  of  this  my  last  will  and  testament." 

More  than  sentimental  consideration  must  be 
given  to  the  person  whose  name  you  insert  in  this 
last  clause  of  your  will.  Test  your  selection  with 
these  questions:  Is  he  competent,  does  he  possess 
the  necessary  professional  and  technical  training? 
Is  he  subject  to  family  jealousies?  Is  he  partial? 
Might  he  become  sick  or  die  or  move  away  before 
settlement  is  complete? 

These  questions  will  be  answered  to  your  satis- 
faction and  security  if  you  write  in  the  name  of  the 
Anglo-California  Trust  Company.  It  has  the 
complex  knowledge,  experience,  equipment  for  pro- 
bating wills,  ferretting  out  assets,  examining  claims, 
auditing,  invoicing  and  rendering  accounts  to  the 
Court.  It  is  impartial,  not  subject  to  family 
jealousies.  It  is  never  sick.  It  never  dies.  It  never 
moves  away.  In  short,  the  Anglo-California 
Trust  Company  is  the  ideal  executor  whether 
the  estate  be  large  or  small.  It  will  be  well  worth 
your  while  to  consult  our  officers  about  your  will. 


Anglo-California  raf^  Bank 

COMMERCIAL- SAVlNGS-TRUffT 

"^^^?  f^ersonsl  Service 


HARKET&  SANSOME  STREETS 
San  Francisco 

•THIRD  AND  TWENTIETH  SlXTEE^rrH  AND  MISSION  FILLMORE  AND  GEARY 


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BANKING  DEPARTMENT 


Mercantile  Trust  Company 

SAN  FRANCISCO 

i5^emher  Federal  T^eserve  System 


CONSOLIDATION  OF 

SAVINGS  UNION  BANK  AND  TRUST  COMPANY 

(INCORPORATED  1862) 

MERCANTILE  TRUST  COMPANY  OF  SAN  FRANCISCO 

(INCORPORATED  1899) 

MERCANTILE  NATIONAL  BANK  OF  SAN  FRANCISCO 

(INCORPORATED  1910) 


Resources  More  Than  Seventy-four  Million  Dollars 

The  Mercantile  Trust  Company  is  equipped  to  provide 
complete  banking  service  in  the  following  departments: 

COMMERCIAL  SAVINGS  TRUST 

BONDS  AND  INVESTMENTS 
FOREIGN  SAFE  DEPOSIT 

International  Banking  Service:  Mercantile  Trust 
Company  has  affiliations  throughout  the  world  and  offers 
complete  banking  facilities  for  trade  with  all  countries. 


JOHN  D.  McKEE 
Chairman  oj  the  Board 


OFFICERS 


R  B.  BURMISTER 

Vice-President  and  Cashier 


JOHN  S.  DRUM 
President 


HENRY  T.  SCOTT  Vice-President 

C.  O.  G.  MILLER  Vice-President 

PARKER  S.  MADDUX  Vice-President 

W   B.  BAKEWELL  Vice-President 

R.  M.  SIMS  Vice-President  and  Trust  Officer 

\V.  A.  MARCUS  Asst.  Vice-Pres.  and  Asst.  Cashier 

J.  C.  BOVEY  Asst.  Vice-President 

R.  F.  PARSONS  4ssi.  Cashier  and  Asst.  Secretary 

F.  D.  ARNOLD  Asst.  Cashier  and  Asst.  Secretary 

R.  C.  GINGG  Asst.  Cashier  and  Asst.  Secretary 

JOHN  H.  WILSON.  .^J//.  Cashier  and  Asst.  Secretary 

A.  C.  McINTYRE  Ass'..  Secrela.-y 

I.  C.  HUGHES  Trust  Officer 

H.  C.  GINGG  Real  Estate  Officer 

J.  R.  BEARWALD  Auditor 

JESSE  B.  COOK  Superintendent  of  Vaults 


JOSEPH  HYMAN  Vice-President 

F.  G.  DRUM  Vice-President 

THOMAS  M.  PATERSON  Vice-President 

O.  ELLINGHOUSE  Vice-President 

R.  M.  WELCH  Secretary 

W.  F.  BERRY  Asst.  Vice-President 

A.  M.  WHITTLE  Asst.  Cashier  and  Asst.  Secretary 

E   V.  KRICK  Asst.  Cashier  and  Asst.  Secretary 

A.  M.  FOURNIER  y^jj/.  Cashier  and  Asst.  Secretary 
A.  THEODORE  WOLFE,  Asst.  Cashier  and  Asst.  Sec. 
W.  R.  CARSWELL..  Asst.  Cashier  and  Asst.  Secretary 

H.  D.  F  RIM  AN  Asst.  Secretary 

PAUL  McDonald  Asst.  Trust  Officer 

C.  C.  VARGAS  Auditor 

J.  H.  CLENDENNING 


Main  Office:  464  California  Street 
Savings  Union  Branch:  Market  and  OTarrell  Streets 


(AT  GRANT  AVENUE) 


•IS 


BANKING  DEPARTMENT 


The  Anglo  &  London  Paris  National  Bank 

OF  SAN  FRANCISCO 


A  forward  looking  institution.  Its  energies 
and  resources  have  ever  been  enlisted  in  the 
development  and  conservation  of  the  best 
interests  of  San  Francisco  and  the  Pacific 
Coast. 

Its  service  reaches  directly  every  trade  capital 
of  the  world — comprehends  every  phase  of 
commercial  and  investment  banking. 


RESOURCES  OVER  ONE  HUNDRED  TWENTY  MILLION  DOLLARS 


Mortimer  Fleishhacker, 
Vice-President 

J.  Friedlander, 

Vice-President 

C.  F.  Hunt, 

Vice-President 

E.  W.  Wilson, 

Vice-President 

Harry  Coe, 

Vice-President 


Herbert  Fleishhacker,  President 

W.  E.  Wilcox, 
V.P.  and  Cashier 

J.  W.  Lilienthal,  Jr., 
Vice-President 

Fred  F.  Ouer, 

Asst.  Vice-President 

V.  Klinker, 

Asst.  Vice-President 

J.  S.  Curran, 

Asst.  Vice-President 


J.  W.  Harrison 

Asst.  Vice-President 
Geo.  A.  Van  Smith, 

Assistant  Cashier 
Eugene  Plunkett, 

Assistant  Cashier 
E.  R.  Alexander, 

Assistant  Cashier 
L.  J.  Aubert, 

Assistant  Cashier 
George  Stimmel, 

Assistant  Cashier 


John  Gayle  Anderton,  Assistant  Cashier  and  Secretary 


Strertora 


Raphael  Weill 
M.  Meyerfeld,  Jr. 
Chas.  C.  Moore 
M.  Fleishhacker 
R.  D.  Robbins,  Jr. 
A.  W.  Foster 


Herbert  Fleishhacker 
Adolph  Stahl 
Edwin  A.  Christenson 
J.  C.  McKinstry 
Sig.  Stern 
J   R.  Hanify 


J.  J.  Mack 
C.  F.  Hunt 
Robert  Dollar 
Wm.  F.  Humphrey 
Walter  E.  Buck 
K.  R.  Kingsbury 


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BANKING  DEPARTMENT 


The  San  Francisco  Savings 
and  Loan  Society  ^^"'"^'^""'^ 

(THE  SAN  FRANCISCO  BANK) 

526  California  Street,  San  Francisco,  Cal. 

JWemier  of  the  Federal  Reserve  Bank 
^KCember  of  the  Associated  Savings  Banl^s  of  San  Francisco 

MISSION  BRANCH  -  -  -  Mission  and  21st  Streets. 
PARK-PRESIDIO  DISTRICT  BRANCH,  Clement  and  7th  Ave. 
HAIGHT  STREEET  BRANCH,  Haight  and  Belvedere  Streets. 

DECEMBER  31st,  1919 

Assets   $64,107,311.15 

Deposits   60,669,724.15 

Capital  Actually  Paid  Up   1,000,000.00 

Reserve  and  Contingent  Funds    -----  2,437,587.00 

Employees'  Pension  Fund    -      -       -  318,780.48 


OFFICERS 

JOHN  A.  BUCK,  President 
GEO.  TOURNY,  Vice-Pres.  and  Manager         A.  H.  R.  SCHMIDT,  Vice-Pres.  and  Cashier 

E.  T.  KRUSE,  ^ice-President 
A.  H.  MULLER,  Secretary 
WM.  D.  NEWHOUSE,  Assistant  Secretary 
WILLIAM  HERRMANN,  GEO.  SCHAMMEL, 

G.  A.  BELCHER.  R.  A.  LAUENSTEIN. 

Assistant  Cashiers 

C.  W.  HEYER,  Manager  Mission  Branch 
W.  C.  HEYER,  Manager  Park-Presidio  District  Branch 
O.  F.  PAULSEN,  Manager  Haight  Street  Branch 


BOARD  OF  DIRECTORS 


JOHN  A.  BUCK 
GEO.  TOURNY 
E.  T.  KRUSE 
E.  A.  CHRISTENSON 


A.  H.  R.  SCHMIDT 
I.  N.  WALTER 
HUGH  GOODFELLOW 


A.  HAAS 

E.  N.  VAN  BERGEN 
ROBERT  DOLLAR 
L.  S.  SHERMAN 


GOODFELLOW,  EELLS,  MOORE  &  ORRICK,  General  Attorneys 


BANKING  DEPARTMENT 


A     STATEWIDE  ORGANIZATION 

BANK  OF  ITALY 


Savings  -   Commercial   -  Trust 


CAPITAL  PAID  IN 

$9,000,000.00 

RESOURCES  OVER 

$135,000,000.00 


Head  Office  -  San  Francisco 


BRANCHES; 


FRESNO 
GILROY  ■ 
HOLLISTER 
LIVERMORE 
LOS  ANGELES 


MADERA 


MERCED 
MODESTO 
NAPA 
OAKLAND 
REDWOOD  CITY 


SAN  MATEO 
SANTA  CLARA 
SANTA  ROSA 
STOCKTON 
VENTURA 


SAN  JOSE 


BANKING  DEPARTMENT 


Tkis  Bank  kas  one  of  tlie  kandsomest  kuildings 
and  most  commodious  kankmg  rooms  in  tke  City. 

Is  fully  e  quipped  witk  up-to-date  facilities  m  its 
Commercial,  Savings  and  Safe  Deposit  Departments. 

Makes  a  successful  specialty  of  foreign  exckange  tkrougk 
a  large  number  of  correspondents  all  over  tke  world. 

It  IS  an  All-day  Bank,  open  from  8:30  a.  m.  to  6  p.  m. 


Officers  Directors 

F.  N.  BELGRANO  President  F.  N.  BELGRANO  GEO.  M.  FERINE 

GEO.  M.  FERINE  -    -    -    -    Vice  PresidenI  BAncoxTi 

ANT.  LAIOLO  -----      Vice-President  Dr.  G.  BARSOTTI 

.''SORA^CCO'  S.'^rW  A^T.  LAIOLO      T.  MORRIN      G.  FIUMA 

G.  BATTAGLIA      -    -    -    Assistant  Cashier  I  I   OI  IVA 
F.  N.  BELGRANO,  Jr.   -    -  Assistant  Cashier 

C.  F.  FURY  -    -        -        Assistant  Cashier  P.  MONTEVERDE  F.  N.  SORACCO 

Oakland  Branch  Santa  Barhara  Branch 

GEO.  W.  BRUNO   -    -        -    Local  Manager  U.  DARDI   Loral  Manager 

,,,        Tu/iMAC  /I  „„■„;„„!/-'-,  K.  M.  TOiGANINI     -         Assistant  Cashier 

W.H.  IHO.MAS  -    -    -    -  Assistant  Cashier  F.  MIRATTI    -    -    -    -    .  Assistant  Cashier 

ROSGOE  D.  JONES  Attorney  E.  W.  SQUIER  Attorney 

J.  L.  OLIVA,  Manager  Popular  InveslmenI  Comi)any 
Auxiliary  Gorporalioii  to  Ijie  Ranca  Fopolare  Fugazi 

Gonrral  Goiiiisolors— II ARDING  &  MONROE,  Sail  Francisco,  Calif. 

Assets  Over  $14,000,000.00 


BANKING  DEPARTMENT 


FRENCH  AMERICAN  BANK 
Of  SAVINGS 

SAVINGS  -  COMMERCIAL 

SAN  FRANCISCO,  CALIFORNIA 


Total  Resources  Over  $15,500,000 


OFFICERS: 

LEON  BOCQUERAZ,  President 
J.  M.  DUPAS,  Vice-President 
A.  BOUSQUET,  Secretary 
W.  F.  DUFFY,  Cashier 
J.  IRILARRY,  Assistant  Cashier 
CHAS.  L.  EBNER,  Jr.,  Assistant  Cashier 

P.  A.  Bergerot  &  A.  P.  Dessouslavy 
Attorneys 


DIRECTORS : 

C.  BELENEY  J.  M.  DUPAS 

.  A.  BERGEROT  JOHN  GINTY 

S.  BISSINGER         J.  S.  CODEAU 
LEON  BOCQUERAZ 
GEO.  W.  McNEAR 
O.  BOZIO        X.  De  PICHON 
CHARLES  CARPY 


SAVINGS  DEPARTMENT 

Interest  at  the  rate  of  4%  per  annum  has  been  paid  on  savings  deposits 
Interest  compounded  semi-annually. 

CERTIFICATES  OF  DEPOSITS 

Interest  at  the  rate  of  3%  per  annum  allowed  on  certificates  of  deposit  if 
left  four  months.    Interest  begins  on  day  of  deposit. 

COMMERCIAL  DEPARTMENT 

We  are  well  equipped  to  handle  commercial  accounts 
Letters  of  Credit  issued  on  which  money  can  be  drawn  in  any  part 

of  the  world. 


SAFE  DEPOSIT  VAULTS 

Rate:  $3  00  per  year  and  upward. 


BANKING  DEPARTMENTY 


"A  Complete  Banking  Service  In  The 
Water  Front  District" 

You  will  find  a  complete  and  efficient  banking  service 
at  this  bank.  All  of  the  advantages  and  facilities  of  our 
Savings,  Commercial,  Trust  and  Safe  Deposit  Depart- 
ments are  at  your  service  every  business  hour  of  the  day. 

This  bank  is  located  two  short  blocks  up  Market  Street 
from  the  ferry  and  the  banking  business  of  individuals, 
firms  and  corporations  of  the  waterfront  district  is 
solicited.  People  who  live  in  the  East  Bay  district  will 
find  the  Seaboard  Branch  a  convenient  and  friendly 
bank  to  do  business  with. 

TOtXl  resources  over  $32,000,000 
/  SEABOARD  BRANCH 

Anglo-California  Trust  Company 

SAV I NGS  ^ COMMERCIAL '-trust 

Til  e  C  ity  -  Wide  Ba  nk. 
101  MARKET  STREET.  SAN  FRANCISCO 

market  and  SANSOME  STS.  FILLMORE  AND  GEARY  STS. 

SIXTEENTH  AND  MISSION  STS.  THIRD  AND  TWENTIETH  STS. 


Oldest  Commercial  Bank  in  the  Mission  District 


The  Mission  Bank 

SIXTEENTH  ST.  and  JULIAN  AVENUE 
SAN  ERANCISCO 


Capital,  Surplus,  and 

Undivided  Profits  $  323,000 

Deposits       -       -       -  2,631,000 


JAMES  ROLPII.  .Ir. 
FRANK  B.  ANDERSON 
STUART  F.  SiMITH 
HERBEFtT  A.  THAYER 
RVM()\  (i.  IMOHHS 


OFFICERS 


President 
Vice-President 
Vice-President 
Cash  ier 

A  ssislanl  Cash  ier 


BANKING  DEPARTMENT 


ni\e  Hibernia  Savings  and  Loan  SocietS) 

HIBERNIA  BANK 

Incorporated  1864 

COR.  MARKET,  McALLISTER  AND  JONES  STS. 

RESERVE  FUND      .      ...      .  2,835,448.78 

NUMBER  OF  DEPOSITORS  82,332 

OPEN  DAILY  FROM  10  A.  M.  TO  3  P.  M. 
SATURDAYS  FROM  10  A.  M.  TO  12  M. 

OPEN  SATURDAY  EVENINGS  FROM  6  TO  8  O'CLOCK 
FOR  DEPOSITS  ONLY 

H  •  S  •  CROCKER  Co  •  Inc. 

The  Loose  Leaf  House  of  San  Francisco 
Manufacturers  of 

Loose  Leaf  Ledgers 
and  Account  Books  *  Bank  Outfits  and 
L(Ounty  Kecords  •  Office 
St  atlonery 


565-571  MARKET  STREET 

LOS  ANGELES  OAKLAND  SACRAMENTO 

723-725  Hill  St.  1444  Broadway  208-210  J  Street 


BANKING  DEPARTMENT— INVESTMENTS 


F.  M.  BROWN 
&  CO. 


GOVERNMENT 
MUNICIPAL 

 AND  

CORPORATION 

BONDS 


313-315  First  National  Banl(  Building 

TELEPHONE     SUTTER  2042 


BANKS,  STORES  AND  OFFICE  FIXTURES 


Oscar  H  Ostlund  J.  L.  Johnson 

Ostlund  ca, 

Johnson 

zyVIanufacturers  and  Contractors 

Bank,  Store  and  Office  Fixtures 

Estimates  and  Designs  Submitted 

Office  and  Factory 

1901-1905  BRYANT  ST.  Phone  cTWarket  2177 


BATTERIES  

National  Carbon  Go.  Inc. 

Cohimbia 

EVEREADY 

PRODUCTS 

599  EIGHTH  STREET  PHONE  PARK  8800 

SAN  FRANCISCO,  CALIF. 


BED  MANUFACTURERS 


'■  us,  PAT.  O**' 

The  World's  Largest  Makers  of 

METAL 
BEDS  AND  SPRINGS 

PVarehouses  in  all  Principal  Cities 


Simmons  Company 

Western  (Pacific  Coast)  Factory, 
198     BAY  STREET, 

SAN   FRANCISCO,  CALIFORNIA 

MANUFACTURERS   OF  THE 

"BUILT    FOR  SLEEP" 

Brass  and  Steel  Beds  ;  also  Spiral  Coil  Springs,  Link 
Fabric  Springs,  Couches,  Cots,  Maple  Folding  Chairs, 
Ship  Berths  and  Bunks. 


CONCRETE  REINFORCING  STEEL  BARS 


BELTING 


H.N.CDDK  BeuinbCdJ 

Mariufachurers 

LEATHER  BELTING 

MILL  SUPPLIES 


401-433 
HOWARD  STREET 


58 


BELTING 


"Star  Brand"  Leather  Belting 


Manufactured  by 

L.  P.  DEGEN  BELTING  CO. 

260  Mission  St.  San  Francisco 

Douglas  3883  PHONES  Douglas  3884 


KELLY  LINEHAN  BELTING  CO. 

TANNERS  AND  MANUFACTURERS 

OF 

LEATHER  BELTING 
LACING-SUPPLIES 
RICE  POLISHING  LEATHER 
CLUTCH-LEATHERS-FAN  BELTS 


33  MINNA  ST. 

San  Francisco,  Calif. 


TELEPHONE 

SUTTER  2070 


BELTING 


Cut  Your  Operating  Expenses  by 


USING 


BELTING  —  Transmission  and  Conveyors  —  BELT 
DRESSINGS  and  CEMENTS  —  BELT  LACING 
PULLEYS     —     HANGERS     —  BEARINGS 

PACKINGS— A  Kind  to  Suit  Every 
Condition 

HOSE  AND  FIRE  EQUIPMENT 
PAINTS— GRAPHITE— FILES— HACK  SAWS,  Etc. 


Catalogue  sent  upon  request 

PACIFIC  MILL  &  MINE  SUPPLY 
COMPANY 

616  Mission  Street  310  East  Third  Street 

SAN  FRANCISCO  "  LOS  ANGELES 


BILLIARD  TABLE  MFRS. 


THE  BRUNSWICK-BALKE  COLLENDER  CO. 

Manufacturers  of 

BRUNSWICK  BILLIARD  TABLES 

BRUNSWICK  BOWLING  ALLEYS 

BRUNSWICK  TIRES 

BRUNSWICK  PHONOGRAPHS 


PHONE     SUTTER  333 


767  &  769   MISSION  STREET,   SAN  FRANCISCO 


THE  BUYER'S  GUIDE 


contains  the  advertisements  and  busi- 
ness cards  of  tke  most  progressive 
business  men  and  firms  in  our  city, 
classified  according  to  lines  of  business. 


BLOW  PIPE 


l^low  Piping  A  SpGcialti 

REES  BLOW  PIPE 

^  MFG .  CO .  ✓ 


9viaiiufacturQrs 


ALL  KINDS  OF 
SHEET  METAL  WORK 


3345 


340  -     St .  . 


DO  CJ 


San  Fraticxsco 


BOAT  BUILDERS 


Phone  MARKET  8252 


GEO.  W.  KNEASS 

Boat  Builder 

METALLIC  and  WOODEN  LIFE  BOATS 

All  Sizes  Carried  in  Stock 

FLAG  POLES,  BALLS  AND  TRUCKS 

Boat  material  and  Knees.  Wood  Turning.  Housemovers 
and  Box  Rollers  Constantly  on  Hand.    Racing  Spoon  Oars 

Office  and  Works 

18th  and  ILLINOIS  STS.  ::  POTRERO 


ESTABXiISHED  1876 

TELEPHONE  MARKET  5703 

JOHNTWIGG 
&  SONS 

DESIGNERS  AND 
BUILDERS  OF 

HIC^H-CLASS    POWER    and    SAILING  YACHTS 

SPEED  LAUNCHES  AND  BOATS  OF  ALL  KINDS 
To  Order  and  On  Hand 

ILLINOIS  STREET,  NEAR  EIGHTEENTH 


BOILER  COMPOUNDS 


GARRATT-CALLAHAN  CO. 

Manufacturers 


Boiler  Preservative 

The  Original 
9^eta?  Treatment 


>3team  an  d  Water 


30-32  FREMONT  STREET  -  -  -  SAN  FRANCISCO 
27  SOUTH  CLINTON  STREET   -    -    -   -  CHICAGO 


BOILER  MAKERS 


JOHN  TRAYNOR 


CHARLES  HARCOURT 


Ocean  Shore  Iron  Works 

550-558  Eighth  Street,  San  Francisco,  Calif. 


OIL  TANKS 
WATER  TANKS 
PRESSURE  TANKS 
AIR  RECEIVERS 
FEED  WATER 
HEATERS 


BOILERS,  PUMPS 
MACHINERY 


Manufacturers  of 

BREECHINGS 
SMOKE  STACKS 
WATER  PIPE 
BOILERS 
RETORTS 
DIGESTORS 


and  Dealers  in 

TANKS 
ENGINES 


PNEUMATIC 

PRESSURE  TANKS 

SHIP  TANKS 

RIVETED  OR 

OXY-ACETYLENE 
WELDED  TANKS 


STEEL  PLATES 
SHAPES 


OCEAN  SHORE  IRON  WORKS 

Office  and  Works 

550-558  Eighth  Street,  San  Francisco 


BOILERS 


TELEPHONE     KEARNY  1843 


Pacific  Coast  Boiler  Works 

ROBT.  HENRY  DANIEL  A.  McDONALD  ROBT.  A.  HENRY 

235-237    MAIN  STREET 


MANUFACTURERS  OF 

Marine  and  Stationary  Boilers 

STEEL  TANKS  and  SHEET  IRON  WORK 
of  Every  Description 


Marine  and  Stationary  Repairs  Promptly  Attended  to 


Mr.  Business  Man! 

DON'T  USE  AN  OLD  DIRECTORY 
This  Directory  is  Issued  Amiu ally 

No  other  medium  in  the  world  gives  the  information 
contained  herein,  therefore  it  is  CONSULTED  DAILY 
FOR  TWELVE  MONTHS  until  a  new  edition  is  issued. 

What  better  medium  to  gain 
puhlieity  for  your  advertisement? 


BUILDERS'  SUPPLIES  AND  BUILDING  MATERIALS 


Coast  Rock  and  Gravel  Company 

operating  the  Plants  of  

Natomas  Co.  of  Calif,  at  Oroyille  and  Fair  Oaks 
California  Building  Material  Co.  at  Niles  and  Eliot 
Granite    Rock    Company    at  Logan 


TELEPHONE  SUTTER  3990 

General  Office:  500  Call  Building,  San  Francisco,  Calif. 


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BUILDERS'  SUPPLIES  AND  BUILDING  MATERIALS 


Gladding  McBean  ^  Co. 

Manufacturers 

Arckitectural  Terra  Cotta 

Roofing  Xile 
Vitrified  Salt  Glazed  Pipe 

for  Sewage  and  AVater 

Face  Brick — Fire  Brick — Fire  Tile — Fire  Clay 

Hollow  Building  Tile 

Drain  Tile 
and 

Otker  Clay  Products 


Office 

CROCKER  BUILDING,  SAN  FRANCISCO 
"VC^  areliouses 

147-151  MINNA  STREET  GROVE  y  JONES  STREETS 

SAN  FRANCISCO  OAKLAND 

Branch.  Office 
TRUST  y  SAVINGS  BUILDING,  LOS  ANGELES 

Worh 

LINCOLN  (Placer  County)  CALIFORNIA 


SAN  FRANCISCO  TELEPHONE  (Private  Exchange)  DOUGLAS  540 


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BUILDERS'  SUPPLIES  AND  BUILDING  MATERIALS 


N.  CLARK  CS,  SONS 

Incorporated  January  11,  1889 
,  =zy^sit^tifacturers  of 

ARCHITECTURAL  TERRA  COTTA, 
PRESSED  BRICK,  VITRIFIED  AND 
TERRA  COTTA  PIPE,  HOLLOW  TILE 
FIRE  PROOFING,  FIRE  BRICK  TILE 
AND  KINDRED  CLAY  PRODUCTS. 


Office:  112-116  Natoma  St. 

SAN  FRANCISCO 
LICENSEE  FOR 

HEATH  UNIT  BUILDING  TILE 


Building  Materials 

We  handle  the  following  Building  Specialties: — 

Rolling  Steel  Shutters                       Underground  Garbage  Receivers 

Warehouse  Doors  of  all  kinds            Coal  Chutes 

Hand  Power  Elevators                     Steel  Toilet  Partitions  and  Doors 

Dumbwaiters                                  Revolving  Doors 

Mason  Safety  Tread                        Henry  Hope  &  Sons  Metal 

Hollow  Metal  Doors  and  Trim  Windows 

Venetian  Blinds                              Universal  Automobile  Turntables 

Metal  Window  Screens                    Reversible  Windows 

Metal  Weatherstrip                         And  other  Building  Specialties 

Write  for  Catalogue  and  Information.  ' 

C.  JORGENSEN  &  CO. 

618  Mission  St.              Telephone  Kearny  2386                San  Francisco 

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BUILDERS'  SUPPLIES  AND  BUILDING  MATERIALS 


WHAT  WE  SELL 


"Vitrifyx"  Concrete  Hardener  "National"  Road  Mesh 

"Bayley-Springfield"  Steel  Sash  "Beaver  Board" 

"Cabot's"  Shingle  Stains  "Self-Sentering" 

"Kinnear"  Steel  Rolling  Doors  Post  Caps  and  Joist  Hangers 

"Herringbone"  Metal  Lath  "Cabot's"  Stucco  Stains 

"Old  Virginia  White"  and  Tints  "G.  F."  Concrete  Waterproofings 

"Medusa  White"  Cement  "Peds"  (Spot  Grounds) 

Corner  Beads  "Feralun"  Safety  Treads 

"Cabot's"  Quilt  "Dayton"  Concrete  Inserts 


PACIFIC  MATERIALS  CO. 

BJ9IJ  Market  Street  Telephone  'J'JO^ 

O  LiU      SAN  FRANCISCO  KEARNY  OOLiO 


ROBERTSON  PRODUCTS 


ROBERTSON  PROCESS  METAL 

Flat,  Corrugated  and  Beaded  Sheets  for  Roofing  and  Siding 
Flashings,  Ridge  Caps  and  Louvres  Gutters  and  Downspouts 
Skylights  Ventilators  Lath 

ROBERTSON  PROCESS  GYPSUM 

Poured-in-Place  Roofs  and  Floors  Pre-Cast  Roof  Slabs 

ROBERTSON  PROCESS  ASPHALT 

Built-up  Roofing  Roll  Roofing 

Slate  Surfaced  Roll  Roofing  Slate  Surfaced  Shingles 

Protective  Coatings  Paving  Expansion  Joint 

Plastic  Cements  Saturation  Compounds 

Insulation  CompDunds  Mineral  Rubber 

Battery  Sealing  Compounds 

ROBERTSON  PROCESS  SPECIALTIES 

Road  Fabric  (welded)  Wallbrite 


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H.  H.  ROBERTSON  COMPANY 

Hobarf  Building  Garfield  522 


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BUILDERS'  SUPPLIES  AND  BUILDING  MATERIALS 


Richmond  Face  Brick    Atlas  White  Cement 
Port  Costa  Common  Brick   Lapidolith  Floor  Hardener 
Terra  Cotta  Roof  Tile 


United  Materials  Co. 


Best  in 
QUALITY 


Best  in 
SERVICE 


5  CROSSLEY  BUILDING 
SAN  FRANCISCO,  CAL. 


Since  1902 


135  SECOND  STREET 


Tel.  KEARNY  1991  "QuaUty  Counts" 


Western  Builders'  Supply  Co. 

—  AGENTS  and  JOBBERS  in  — 

Builders'  Specials 


STEEL  POST  CA.P3 


zA    PARTIAL  LIST 


"SPECIALS" 

—for  WalJs 
Wall  Boards 
Plaster  Boards 
Black  Rock  Board 
Beaver  Board 
Acme  Metal  Store  Fronts 
Braun  Mouldings 
Steel  Mouldings 
Metal  Wall  Ties 
Metal  Wall  Plugs 
Clinton  Mortar  Colors 
Clinton  Cement  Stains 
Sheathing  Papers 
Insulating  Papers 


"SPECIALS" 

— for  Floors 
Steel  Post  Caps 
Steel  Joist  Hangers 
Steel  Post  Bases 
Deadening  Felts 
Keystone  Insulators 
Cork  Tile  Floors 

"SPECIALS" 

— for  Roofs 
Ready  Roofings 
Golden  West  Roofing 
Clinton  Slater's  Cement 
Roofing  Paints 


"SPECIALS" 

— Ornamental 
"Compo"  Carving 
Duplicate  Carvings 
Agents  Decorator's 

Supply  Co. 
Capitals  and  Brackets 

for  wood  finish 
Art  Wood  Mouldings 
Special  Wood  Turnings 
Carved  Wood  Mouldings 
Period  Ornaments 
Show  Window  Ornaments 
Architectural  Ornaments 
Fine  Plaster  Ornaments 
Exterior  Composition 

Ornaments 


BUILDERS'  SUPPLIES  AND  BUILDING  MATERIALS 


DEAVER 
QUALITY 


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BEAVER  QUALITY  FOB.  BETTER  ROOFSj  nJ/ 
ROOFING  DIVISION 

The  BEAVER  BOARD  COMPANIES 

DISTRICT  SALFS  OFFICE  PLANT 
234  RIALTO  BUILDING  SIXTEENTH  &  TEXAS  STS. 

SAN  FRANCISCO,  CAL. 


ABOUT  DECEMBER  1st,  1920,  WE  WILL  BE  IN  OUR  NEW  OFFICES  IN 

THE  BALFOUR  BUILDING 

CALIFORNIA  AND  SANSOME  STREETS 


DAILY  PACIFIC  BUILDER 

gives  daily  advance  information  as  to  contemplated  building 
and  construction  projects,  also  when  contracts  are  awarded, 
covering  the  entire  Pacific  Coast  for  special  benefit  of 
Architects,  Contractors,  Material  Dealers  and  Municipal 
Authorities. 


JOB  PRINTING 

Our  Commercial  Printing  Department  is  equipped  with  latest 
type  and  fast  machinery — ^satisfaction  guaranteed. 


TELEPHONE    DOUGLAS  2372 


560  MISSION  STREET,  SAN  FRANCISCO,  CAL. 


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CALCULATING  RECORDERS 


BULLEN  &  COMPANY 

Industrial  Engineers 


OFFICES:    SAN  FRANCISCO 


LOS  ANGELES   -  SEATTLE 


WESTERN  REPRESENTATIVES 

Bishop  Calculating  Recorders 
machines  for  computing  and 
recording  elapsed  time 


THE  ONLY  COST  KEEPING  MACHINE 
THAT  RECORDS  THE  ELAPSED  TIME 
AND  GIVES  A  DIRECT  READING  IN— 
DOLUARS   >\  N  D  CENTS 


WESTERN  DISTRIBUTORS 

AUTOMATIC,  MECHANICAL  AND  ELECTRICAL 
INDUSTRIAL  EQUIPMENT 

BISHOP  CALCULATING  RECORDERS 
MASTER  CLOCKS.  SECONDARY  CLOCKS 
PROGRAM  CLOCKS 

FACTORY  TIME  SYSTEMS  and  DEVICES 
KLAXONS,  WHISTLES.  GONGS,  HORNS 
FACTORY  BELLS.  BUZZERS 
FIRE  ALARM  SIGNALS 
AUTOMATIC  CALLING  SYSTEMS 

1508  Claus  Spreckels  BIdg. 

TELEPHONE  Sutter  3987 


San  Francisco 
California 


CANNED  GOODS 


GRIFFITH -DURNEY  CO. 


1  Drumm  Street 
Tel.  Kearny  262         San  Francisco 

70 


CLOCKS 


CALIFORNIA  CLOCK  CO. 

The  Firm  of  the  HOURj, 

Clock  cTVlakers 

cylll  Makes  of  American  and  European  Clocks 

Chimes  and  Complicated  Clocks,  Electrical  Clock  time  switches, 
Date  Stamps,  Etc.,  Repaired  Guaranteed 
Workmanship. 

Telephone  Garfield  2570  1  33  Gcary  St,  418-19  Whitney  BWg. 

Watch  Department  J.  TOPPING  Prop. 

c^ln  attractive  line  of  New  Clocks  always  on  hand 


COAL,  RETAIL 


KEARNY  2647 


Central  Coal  Company 

HI-HEAT  COAL 

"THE  FUEL  WITHOUT  A  FAULT" 


BLACK  KNIGHT  SMITHING  COAL 
ANTHRACITE  COAL 
FOUNDRY  COKE 
GAS  COKE 

PROMPT  DELIVERY  COURTEOUS  SERVICE 

GENERAL   OFFICES:  YARDS: 

430  CALIFORNIA  STREET  ::    ::  650  EIGHTH  STREET 


71 


COAL,  WHOLESALE 


369  PINE  STREET 

SAN    FRANCISCO,  CALIFORNIA 


JAMES  B.  SMITH  FRANK  J.  FORAN  FRANK  V.  CURTIS 

President  Vice-President  General  Sales  Agent 


COAL,  WHOLESALE 


Rolph  Navigation  &  Coal  Co. 

Ship  Owners 
Coal  Merchants 

BUNKERS:    GREEN    STREET  WHARF 


Coal  Afloat  in  Barges  for  Rapid 
Bunkering  of  Steamers 


OCEAN  GOING  TUGBOATS: 

HERCULES''  ''RELIEF 
STORM  KING''  ''GLEANER 


MAIN  OFFICE: 

60  California  Street    San  francisco,  Calif. 

Phone  Douglas  3040 


73 


COLLECTION  AGENCIES 


Acme  Law  and  Collection  Agency 

COMMERCIAL  LAW  and  COLLECTIONS 
BONDED  COLLECTORS  on  MOTORCYCLES 
COMPETENT    LEGAL  DEPARTMENT 

REPRESENTATIVES  THROUGHOUT  THE  UNITED  STATES 


NO    COLLECTION    —   NO  CHARGE 

948  MARKET  Suite  615-616-617-618 

TELEPHONE    KEARNY  1338 


GEO.  W.  WALKER,  MGR. 

M.ssL  E.THRANE  CASH.ER      Bondpcl  CoHcftofs 

ROBERT  WHITSON,  ATTORNEY                  UUIIUCU      VUllCtlUI  3 

AGENCY  OF  PERSONAL  SERVICE 
OLD  DEBTS  COLLECTED  ANYWHERE 
OUR  ATTORNEYS  PROSECUTE  CASES 

IN  ANY  COURT  OF  LAW 
CORRESPONDENTS  EVERYWHERE 
PROMPTNESS  OUR  MOTTO 

WALKER'S  COLLECTION 

AGENCY 

ROOMS  402-3-4  CHARLESTON  BUILDING 

251  KEARNY  STREET 

Phone  KEARNY  5547 

San  Francisco,  Cal. 

COLLEGES  AND  SCHOOLS 


A  Master 
Business  School 

for  men  and  women  over  18 


with  the  ideals — the  men — the  materials 
— and  the  methods  that  go  to  make  a  great 
business  training  organization — 

— ^offers  high-grade  business  instruction  to 
men  and  women  who  are  m  earnest,  who 
want  to  be  successful  in  business,  and  who 
realize  that  thorough  technical  training  will 
be  of  immense  value  in  the  onward  climb. 


Butler  School  of  Commerce 

New  Call  BIdg.,  S.  F. 


Hi! 


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CONTRACTORS'  EQUIPMENT 


Contractors 


Equipment 


FOOTE  Multi  Foote  ROAD  PAVERS 
JAEGER  MIXERS  and  PLACING  PLANTS 
ERIE  TANDEM  ASPHALT  ROLLERS 
TROY  MOTOR  TRUCK  TRAILERS 
TROY  TRACTION  HAULING  WAGONS 
HORIZONTAL  HYDRAULIC  HOISTS 
MEAD- MORRISON  TRUCK  WINCHES 

EDWARD  R.  BACON  COMPANY 

51  MINNA  STREET  SAN  FRANCISCO 

Phone  Sutter  1637 


GRA/11TE 


Make  this  Shield  your  Emblem 
of  security  in  the  designing, 
purchasing   and    erecting  of 

MAUSOLEUMS 


Also  builders  of  the  West's  best  in  permanent 
building  construction  in  beautiful 

Original  Raymond  Granite 

Raymond  Granite  Co.,  Inc. 

3  POTRERO  AVENUE,  SAN  FRANCISCO 


Aho  at  606  HOMER  LAUGHLIN  BUILDING 


LOS  ANGELES 


CONTRACTORS'  EQUIPMENT 


THE  AUSTIN  WESTERN  ROAD  MACHINERY  CO. 

THE  LARGEST  STOCK  IN  OUR  LINE  WEST  OF  CHICAGO 


STEAM  ROLLERS 
MOTOR  ROLLERS 
TANDEM  ROLLERS 
JAW  CRUSHERS 
GYRATORY  CRUSHERS 
REVOLVING  SCREENS 
BUCKET  ELEVATORS 


PORTABLE  ROCK  BINS 
MOTOR  SWEEPERS 
STREET  SWEEPERS 
STREET  SPRINKLERS 
ROAD  OILERS 
ROAD  SCARIFIERS 
ELEVATING  GRADERS 


BLADE  GRADERS 
TRACTOR  GRADERS 
ROAD  PLOWS 
ROAD  SCRAPERS 
ROAD  DRAGS 
DUMP  WAGONS 
DUMP  CARTS 


2  0-2  2    FREMONT  STREET 


SAN  FRANCISCO 


Contractors  and  Road  IVIachmery 

Concrete  Mixers,  Spouting  Equipment,  Hoists,  Derricks,  Conveying  Machinery, 
Steam  Shovels,  Locomotive  Cranes,  Locomotives,  Rock  Crushers, 
Graders,  Rollers,  Pumps,  Engines,  Supplies,  Etc. 


Write  for  Catalogs. 

SA4ITH=BOOTH=USHER  CO. 

50-60  FREMONT  ST.  228  CENTRAL  AVE. 

San  Francisco  TAFT,  Calif.  Los  Angeles 


CUTLERY 


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WILL  ^  FINCK 

Cutlery,  Barters  Supplies 
Sporting  Goods,  Etc. 

Razor  and  Shears  Grinding  Our  Specialty 
Cutting  Dies  for  every  ^ur^ose.        Repairing  of  aJJ  kinds. 


'Phone  Market  191 
MARKET  1686  STREET 

Cor.  Haight  and  Gough  Sts. 
San  Francisco.  Cal. 


DAIRY  SUPPLIES 


61  Beale  Street,  San  Francisco 


Everything  for  the  Dairy 

DE  LAVAL  CREAM  SEPARATORS 
DE  LAVAL  MILKING  MACHINES 
GASOLINE  ENGINES... r/ie  Alpha 
FEED  CUTTERS  .  ...  The  Acme 

BARN  EQUIPMENT  James 

PUMPS  Viking 

REFRIGERATION— STEAM  BOILERS— LAUSON  TRACTORS 

DAIRY  SUPPLIES 

MILK  PAILS,  CANS,  BOTTLES  MILK  VATS  and  WASH  SINKS 
MILK  and  CREAM  COOLERS  B  ABCOCK  TESTERS  and  GLASSWARE 
PASTEURIZERS  and  BOTTLE  FILLERS     ACID,  MILK  STRAINERS,  RENNET 

CENTRIFUGAL  OIL  PURIFIERS— EMULSORS— WHEY  SEPARATORS 


DETECTIVE  AGENCIES 


H.  O.  de  la  MONTANYA 


Principal 


ENGAGE  IN 

ALL 
BRANCHES 
OF 

LEGITIMATE 
DETECTIVE 
SERVICE 
LEGAL 
PAPERS 
SERVED 
ALL 
INVESTIGA- 
TIONS 
STRICTLY 
CONFIDEN- 
TIAL 


MORSE 


WILLIAM  RUWE 


General  Superintendent 


DETECTIVE  and  PATROL  SERVICE 

Established  1878  by  Harry  N.  Morse 

EMPLOYS  ONLY  OPERATIVES 
OF  ESTABLISHED  REPUTATION 

Uniformed  Watchmen  for  Day  and  Night  Service 

LICENSED  AND  BONDED 
Under  the  Laws  of  the  State  of  California 

Corretpondentt  in  all  principal  citiet  of  Europe,  Canada 
and  United  Stales 

PHONE  SUTTER  1900 

602  CALIFORNIA  ST.,  Cor.  Kearny 


SPECIAL 
ATTENTION 
GIVEN  TO 
THE 
WATCHING 
OF  STORES 
BANKS, 
WAREHOUSES, 
SHIPS  AND 

PRIVATE 
RESIDENCES 
AT 

REASONABLE 
TERMS 


■-■  K.  GIGNAC.  Principal 


C.  L.  HAZLETT,  Manager 


GIGNAC  SECRET  SERVICE  BUREAU 

GENERAL  OFFICES 

2nd  floor  Monadnock  Building,  681  Market  St. 

SAN  FRANCISCO,  CAL. 

Cable  Address:  GIGNAC,  San  Francisco 

DETECTIVE  WORK  IN  ALL  ITS  BRANCHES 

REPRESENTATIVES  IN  ALL  THE  PRINCIPAL  CITIES  OF  THE  WORLD 

Telephones:  DAY  Douglas  5469  NIGHT  Burlingame  262 


DETECTIVE  AGENCIES 


THETHIEL 
DETECTIVE  SERVICE  CO. 


Cable  Address 
"THfELON" 


ESTABLISHED  1873 

CHARLES  M.  FRENCH,  President  -  -  Chicago,  111. 
M.  A.IFLANAGAN,  V.-Pres.,  Gen.  Mgr.,  Chicago,  111. 
E.  R.  CARRINGTON.jVice-President,  Montreal,  Que. 
J.  W.  AYRES,  2nd.Vice-President  -    -  St.  Louis,  Mo. 

OFFICES: 

NEW  YORK,  N.  Y  Hudson  Terminal  Bldg. 

CHICAGO,  ILL  Monadnock  Block 

ST.  LOUIS,  MO  Wright  Building 

KANSAS  CITY,  MO  Dwight  Building 

ST.  PAUL,  MINN  Merchants  Natl.  Bank  Bldg. 

DENVER,  COLO  Symes  Building 


ATLANTA,  GA  Trust  Co.'of  Ga.  Building 

DALLAS,  TEXAS  Interurban  Building 

EL  PASO,  TEXAS  First  Nat'l  Bank  Bldg. 

SPOKANE,  WASH  Old  Nat'l  Bank  Bldg. 

SEATTLE,  WASH  New  York  Block 

PORTLAND,  OREGON  Pittock  Block 

LOS  ANGELES,  CAL  

 Merchants  Nat'l  Bank  Bldg. 


SALT  LAKE,  UTAH . .  Walker  Bank  Building 
MONTREAL,  QUE. . .  Dominion  Express  Bldg. 

TORONTO,  ONT  C.  P.  R.  Building 

WINNIPEG,  MAN  

 Union  Bank  of  Canada  Bldg. 

VANCOUVER,  B.  C  Rodgers  Building 

HONOLULU,  T.  H.,  and  LONDON,  ENG. 


SAN  FRANCISCO  OFFICE 

SUITE  1030-1035  PHELAN  BUILDING 

CHAS.  N.  WATKINS,  Asst.  Genl.  Mgr.  F.  B.  McATEE,  Manager 

TELEPHONES: 

Day— KEARNY  2882;  Night-PARK  8204,  PIEDMONT  3880,  BERKELEY  9351 
Correspondents  in  over  10,000  cities  and  towns  in  the  United  States,  Canada,  Mexico  and  Europe. 
GENERAL  DETECTIVE  BUSINESS  TRANSACTED  for  CORPORATIONS  and  INDIVIDUALS 


W.  H.  Field  Detective  Bureau 


W.  H.  F  ELD,  Principal 


F.  F.  PHILLIPS,  Manager 


387   MONADNOCK  BUILDING 

CORRESPONDENTS  EVERYWHERE 

Well  Known  to  Bankers,  Corporations, 
Attorneys  and  the  General  Business  Public 


TELEPHONES:    DAY    SUTTER  2238 


NIGHT    PACIFIC  4592 


OFFICE  PHONE:  GARFIELD  366 


A.  J.  KANE,  Manager 


HOME  PHONE:  FRANKLIN  127 


THE  A.  J.  KANE  DETECTIVE  AGENCY 

Licensed  and  Bonded  under  the  Laws  of  the  State  of  California 

Legal  papers  served.    All  investigations  strictly  confidential.    Civil  and 
Criminal  investigations.    Complete  dictagraph  service. 

We  are  prepared  to  handle  work  for  Corporations,  Banks,  Attorneys  and 
the  General  Public.  Correspondents  all  over  the  world.  A  telephone 
call  will  bring  a  representative. 


544  Market  Street 


San  Francisco,  California 


79 


DETECTIVE  AGENCIES 


TELEPHONE  SUTTER  1360 


RESIDENCE  TELEPHONE  SUTTER  3720 
THOS.  C  GRAY,  Genet al  Manager 


West  Coast  Detective  Agency 


ESTABLISHED  1879 


LICENSED  and  BONDED 


Conducts  all  civil  and  criminal  business  secretly  all 
over  the  world  for  corporations  and  individuals.  Charges 
reasonable.   Consultation  free  and  strictly  confidential. 

SUITE  439  PACIFIC  BUILDING,  MARKET  and  FOURTH 


DICTATING  MACHINES 


THE  ORIGINAL 
DICTATING  MACHINE 
THE  "EDIPHONE" 

Built  by  THOS.  A.  EDISON.  Inc. 

DEMONSTRATED   IN  YOUR  OWN   OFFICE  BY 
EXPERTS  WITHOUT  ANY  OBLIGATION  TO  BUY 
Phone  for  Demonstration 

Office  Appliances  Sales  Co. 

618  MISSION  SUTTER  4952 


DRAWING  MATERIALS 


BLUE  PRINTING 


DRAWING  MATERIAL 

TRACINGS  called  for  and  delivered 


KEUFFEL  &  ESSER  CO.  of  n.  y. 

30-34  SECOND  STREET       : :       SAN  FRANCISCO 

DRAWING-MATERIALS    MATHEMATICAL   AND  SURVEYING 
INSTRUMENTS-MEASURING  TAPES 

EFFICIENT  REPAIR  DEPARTMENT  FOR  DRAWING 
AND       SURVEYING  INSTRUMENTS 


General  Office  &  Factories 

HOBOKEN,  N.  J. 


BRANCHES 

CHICAGO,  ST.  LOUIS,  NEW  YORK,  MONTREAL 


DRY  GOODS 

Nippon  Dry  Goods  Co. 

Importers 

and  Exporters 

Manufacturers  an 

d  Wholesale  Dealers  of 

ORIENTAL 

DRY  GOODS 

COTTON  CRKPKS 

SILK  GOODS 

KLMOXOS 

EMBROIDERED  TABLE  COVERS 

BLUE  &  WHITE  CJOODS 

INFANTS'  WEAR 

LADIES'  UNDERWEAR 

NOVELTIES,  ETC. 

Cor.  PINE  and  FRONT  STREETS 

Telephone  SUTTER  690 

ELECTRICAL  SUPPLIES 


Are  You  Building? 

We  are  direct  Factory  Representatives  for  various  Manufacturers  of 

HIGH  GRADE  ELECTRICAL  EQUIPMENT 

{for  an  Office  Building,  a  Factory  or  a  Bungalow) 

Cofldtlit  —  Rigid  and  Flexible,  also  Fittings 

Wire  —  Rubber  Covered,  Weather-proof,  Annunciator  and 
Magnet  Wire  ..... 

PASS  &  SEYMOUR  WIRING  DEVICES,  ANSONIA  BELLS  AND 
BUZZERS,  TRICO  RENEWABLE  FUSES,  LaVIDA  VIBRATORS 


Our  services  are  at  your  disposal  to  assist  and 
supply  information  for  a  proper  selection  of 
the  correct  device  for  your  requirements. 


Your  Contractor -Dealer  Can  Supply  Our  Material  if  it  Pleases  You. 

GEO.  A.  GRAY  CO. 

589  Mission  Street  San  Francisco 


ELECTROTYPERS 


FILMER  BROS.  ELECTROTYPE  CO. 

WILLIAM  P.  FILMER,  President  GE9RGE  FILMER,  Secretary 

ELECTROTYPERS 

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STEREOTYPERS 
330  JACKSON  STREET  Telephone  DOUGLAS  5384 


HOFFSCHNEIDER  BROTHERS 


illlllipil  III  III  i 


tlECTROTYPE  AND  STEREOTYPE  FOUNDRV 


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140  SECOND  ST.,  Bet.  MISSION  and  HOWARD 


ESTIMATES 
FURNISHED 


81 


EMPLOYMENT 


MURRAY  &  READY 

 ^  Leading  Employment  Agents  <  


Phones:  Sutter  1205  and  1206 


780  to  786  Howard  Street,  San  Francisco 

Also  at  Los  Angeles  and  Sacramento 


ENGINEERS'  AND  ARCHITECTS'  SUPPLIES 


BLUE  LINE  BLACK  LINE 

PRINTS  PRINTS 

BLUE  PRIIVTING 

Expert  Repair  Woi'k  on  all  makes  of  Siirveyiiigr  Instruments, 
Tapes  and  Drawing  Instruments.       All  Work  Guaranteed. 


EUGENE  DIETZGEN  CO. 

18  FIKST  STREET  Telephone  KEAKNY  2080 


ENGINES 


CABLE  &  TELEGRAPH  ADDRESS  ABC  CODE,  4th  EDITION,  BENTLEYS 

"DOWDIESEL"  WESTERN  UNION  TELEGRAPH  CODE 

Dow  Pump  and  Diesel  Engine  Co. 


Established  1880 

MANUFACTURERS  OF 


DIESEL  TYPE  OIL  ENGINES 

PUMPING  MACHINERY 

Marine  and  Stationary  Full  Diesel  Type 
Oil  Engines    —    100  H.-P.  and  larger. 

SEND  FOR  CATALOGUES 


Pacific  Northwest  Representative: 

PACIFIC  NET  &  TWINE  CO. 

SEATTLE,  WASH. 


General  Offices  and  Works:  Alameda,  California 
Sales  Offices:  31 1  California  St.,  San  Francisco 


EXPRESS 


Residence  Phone,  MISSION  3187  Office  Phone,  MARKET  5770 

Fred  C.  Gerdes  Storage  &  Moving  Co. 

Fire  Proof  Warehouse 

Lowest  Insurance  Rates  of  any  Warehouse  in  S.  F. 

456  McAllister  street  (cSty°^'a11)  san  francisco 

STORAGE  PACICirNQ  SHIPPIIVQ 

BAGGAGE     :     TRUNKS     :  PURINITURE 

Moved  to  all  Parts  of  City  and  Country  Piano  Moving  a  Specialty 

Residence,  2273  MISSION  ST.  TEL.  MARKET  5770 

FELTS 


PACIFIC  FELT  CUTTING 
&  SEWING  COMPANY 

'.Manujaclurers 

"PAFESCO"  BRAND  PRODUCTS 
18-26  Clementina  St. 

Near  1st  and  Howard 

Telephone  Sutter  2684.       San  Francisco,  Calif. 

FILTERS 


Western  Steel  &  Engineering  Co. 

FILTRATION  ENGINEERS 

35  Montgomery  Street         San  Francisco,  Calif. 

TELEPHONE  SUTTER  6726 

Filters  for  Every  Purpose'' 

Sweetland  and  Kelly  Pressure  Filters,  American 
Continuous  Filters,  "United"  Plate  and  Frame 
Filter  Presses  and  Sweetland's  Patented  Metallic 
Filter  Cloth,  Acid  Resisting.        ::        ::  :: 

"BEAVER"  BRAND  MINE  DRILL  STEEL. 
Manufactured  especially  for  rock  work 
by  Halcomb  &  Davison,  Inc. 

Contractors  Diamond  Core  Drilling 

"Duroloid"  Grinding  Balls.  Rhoad's  Leather  Belting. 


Mechanical  and  al!  kinds  of  Felts, 
Felt  Products;  Ford  and  other 
Automobile  Felt  Washers  and  Gas- 
kets; Universal  Rings  for  Automo- 
biles; Paper,  Cork  and  Rubber 
Gaskets;  Sheet  Fibres,  Fibre 
Rmgs,  Gaskets  and  Washers;  Sheet 
Packines  for  all  purposes;  Rubber 
Hose  and  Mechanical  Rubber 
Goods;  "  Shine  -  No  -  Mor  "  Chair 
Cushions  and  Pads,  Desk  Mats 
and  Typewriter  Pads;  *'Shine-No- 
Mor"  Automobile  Seat  and  Clothes 
Protectors  and  Cushions;  All  kinds 
of  Canvas  Goods  Made  to  Order; 
Canvas  and  Felt  Buffs;  Refriger- 
ator Door  Gasket  Tape;  Laundry 
and  Household  Iron  Holders  ;Sew- 
mg  and  Die  Cutting  to  the  Trade. 


S3 


FIRE  EXTINGUISHERS 


"UNDERWRITERS" 
and  "VULCAN" 

gals.  Capacity. 
Approved  for  general  use  by 
Underwriters'  Laboratories 
Inc. 

"RAILWAY 

and  MARINE" 

2J^  gals.  Capacity 
For  cars  and  boats 

"FIRE  WARDEN" 

2}/2  gals.  Capacity 

For  forest,  brush  and  grass 

fires 

"HOME  GUARD" 

5  qts.  Capacity 
For  homes,  schools,  hospi- 
tals, etc. 

"UNDERWRITERS 
No.  7" 

For  Fire  Departments 

"PRESTO" 

1  qt.  pump  type 
Approved  for  Automobiles, 
garages,  oil  and  electric 
fires 

"PROTECTOR" 

CHEMICAL  ENGINES 
20  to  70  gals.  Capacity 


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PACIFIC  FIRE  EXTINGUISHER  COMPANY 

EXECUTIVE   OFFICES    AND  FACTORY 

440  HOWARD  ST..  SAN  FRANCISCO 

ENGINEERS  and  CONTRACTORS 

AUTOMATIC  SPRINKLER  INSTALLATIONS  (Globe  System) 
FIRE  DETECTION  SERVICE  (Reichel  System) 
CHEMICAL  FIRE  ENGINES  AND  HOSE  CARTS 
STANDPIPE  EQUIPMENTS,  FIRE  EXTINGUISHERS,  and  all 
STANDARD  TYPES  OF  APPLIANCES  FOR  FIRE  PREVENTION  AND  FIRE  PROTECTION 
NEWMAN    PORTABLE    WATCH    CLOCK  SYSTEMS 

TELEPHONE   SUTTER  766 


cTVlAILING  LISTS 
Crocker-Langle)^  Directory" 

230-240  BRANNAN  STREET 

Telephone  Douglas  58C0 


FIRE  EXTINGUISHERS 


GORHAM  FIRE  APPARATUS  CO.,  LTD. 

127  MISSION  STREET,  SAN  FRANCISCO 

Telephone  Sutter  312 


Fire  Prevention  Apparatus 
::  and  Appliances  :: 


DISTRIBUTORS 

PYRENE  1  QUART  CHEMICAL  FIRE  EXTINGUISHERS 
NATIONAL  STANDARD  3  GALLON  CHEMICAL  FIRE  EXTINGUISHERS 
PIRSCH  2  WHEELED  40  GALLON  CHEMICAL  FIRE  ENGINES 


Grinnell  Automatic  Sprinklers,  Big  "G"  Fittings,  "National"  Pipe,  Cast 
Iron  and  Malleable  Screwed  Fittings,  Cast  Iron  Standard  Flanged  Fit- 
tings and  Flanges,  Valves,  Chemical  Fire  Extinguishers  and  Engines. 


453  MISSION  STREET        ::        ::        PHONE  KEARNY  1455 


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FOUNDRIES 


Pacific  Foundry 
Company 

WORKS:  PHONE: 
18th  and  Harrison  Sts.  Mission  1105 


HERRESHOFF    ROASTING  FURNACES 
SMELTING   PLANT  EQUIPMENT 

CORROSI RON— Acid  Resisting 
CHEMICAL    PLANT  CASTINGS 


MONEL  METAL 
Bars  Castings 


GREY    IRON  CASTINGS 
Up  to  25  Tons 


PIPE  FITTINGS 
Standard  Special 


MACHINE  WORK       PATTERN  WORK 


Engineers  -  Designs 


FOUNDRY  SUPPLIES 


FOUNDRY  FACINGS,  SUPPLIES,  EQUIPMENT 

Modern  cost  reducing  equipment 
for  every  purpose  for  the  foundry. 

Sand   Blast  Equipment  and 

other  labor  saving  devices  for  the 
Iron  and  Steel  Industry. 

We  equip  complete  Iron,  Steel  and 
Brass  Foundries. 


DITTY  BROS.,  Inc. 

140  Howard  St.,  San  Francisco,  Phone  Garfield  612 


FOUNDRIES 


St.  John  E.  McCormick,  Pres.        PHONE  MARKET  2162  J.  F.  Driscoll,  Sec'fy. 

Rincon  Foundry  Co. 

CASTIINGS 

IRON,  BRASS  AISD  AUUMUNUIVI  . 
PATTERN  AIND  MACMIINE  WORK 

349  Seventh  Street  San  francisco 


A  GOOD  OPPORTUNITY 

to  put  information  about  your  business  where  people  will  see  it 

The  City  Direc-  |Q  P|P|JT  IIITPP  time.  Those  who 
tory  is  the  most  10  llimi  I  llCllC  buy  without 
effective   and  looking  at  the 

economical  method  of  reach-  list  of  those  who  sell  do 
ing  all  the  people  all  the       themselves  a  great  injustice. 


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FUNERAL  DIRECTORS 


Successor  to  CRAIG,  COCHRAN  ^  CO. 


Established  1858 


Funeral  Director  &  Embalmer 

Phone:  Mission  151 

1387  Valencia  St.  {Near2^th  St.)  San  Francisco,  Cal. 


H.  F,  SUHR 


H.  FRED  SUHR.  Jr. 


A.  W.  NELSON 


H.  F.  SUHR  &  CO. 

(Established  1884) 

House  of  Service 


OUR  CHARGES  CONSISTENT  WITH  ANY  ONE'S  REQUIREMENT 

2919  Mission  Street 


Phones: 

MISSION  98  and  99 


TELEPHONE  MISSION  1 


GEO.  L.  SUHR 

Sukr  ^  Wieboldt 

Huneral  Directors  and  Embalmers 

1465  to  1473  VALENCIA  STREET 

(Between  2jth  and  26th  Sts.) 


S.  A.  WHITE 

formerly  PORTER  'J  II  HIT E 

Runeral  Director 

2200  SUTTER  STREET 

(A'.  //'.  Cor.  Pierce) 

Private  residence  accommodations  without 
extra  charge.  Personal  services  under  all 
conditions.  Trained  Lady  attendant. 
Catholic  equipment  and  service  most  com- 
plete. Charges  moderate.  Automobile  serv- 
ice. Telephone  West  770  connecting  all 
departments. 


FURRIERS 


SAN  FRANCISCO  LOS  ANGELES 

COLBURN'S 

Furs  Exclusively 


272  POST  STREET 

SAN  FRANCISCO  S.  SCHENKEL,  Manager 


GAS  ENGINES 


JAS.  S.  HAWKINS  C.  C.  KRIEMLER  G.  A.  FELDMAN  RICHARD  PROBOESE 

President  Vice-President  Secretary  Chief  Engineer 

ACME  ENGINE  COMPANY 

marine:  and  stationary 

GAS  AND  OIL  ENGINES 

OFFICE  AND  PLANT 

163  Main  Street  Tel.  Sutter  3626 


GLASS  BOTTLE  MFRS. 


"Food  Products  Sell  Better  in  Glass'' 


Pacific  Coast  Glass  Works 


MANUFACTURERS  OF 


GLASS  FOOD  CONTAINERS 

Catsups  -  Olive  Oil  -  Salad  Oil 
Vinegar  and  Fruit  Juice  Bottles 
Pickle,  Packers' and  Preservers' 
—  — Ware-  — 

SAN  FRANCISCO,  CALIFORNIA 

REPRESENTATIVES : 
E.  SHELLEY  MORGAN,  Northwestern  Bank  Building,  PORTLAND,  ORE. 
KELLEY-CLARKE  CO.,  1017  Railroad  Avenue    -    -    -    SPOKANE,  WASH. 

L.  O.  TAFT,  Vermont  Building  SALT  LAKE  CITY,  UTAH 

J.  E.  LITTLEFIELD,  215  San  Fernando  Building,  LOS  ANGELES,  CALIF. 


89 


GLASS  MFRS. 


Illinois-Pacific  Glass  Co. 

SAN  FRANCISCO 

— — — — ^—  Manufacturers     of  — 

FLINT,  GREEN  and  AMBER  BOTTLES 
and   JARS   OF   ALL  DESCRIPTIONS 

CORRUGATED    FIBER  PRODUCTS 

BOTTLERS  and  PRESERVERS  SUPPLIES 

— ^  Branches 
PORTLAND    :   LOS  ANGELES    :  SEATTLE 


GLUE  MFRS. 


Established  1876 

CALIFORNIA  GLUE  CO. 

MANUFACTURERS  OF  PURE  HIDE 

GLUE  and  GELATINE 

UNION  BRAND  ABRASIVES 

FLINT.  GARNET  and  EMERY  PAPER  and  CLOTH 

Office,  Salesroom  and  Factory 

Fairfax  Ave.  and  Rankin  St.,  San  Francisco,  CaL 

Phone  Mission  808 


GRAIN 


C.  E.  BERRINGER,  Manager  PHONE  SUTTER  350 


PRODUCERS  HAY  COMPANY 

INCORPORATED 


HAY,  GRAIN 

and 

MILL  FEEDS 

DISTRIBUTORS 

Sonoma  Land  Co/s  Products 
Alfalfa  and  Grain  Hay 

DOUBLE  COMPRESSED  FOR  EXPORT 
BRANCH  OFFICE 

5th  and  ADELINE  STREETS,  OAKLAND,  CAL. 

TELEPHONES:   OAKLAND    875    AND  1880 


OFFICE   MILL   AND  WAREHOUSE 

176  Townsend  Street  ::     San  Francisco,  Cal. 


The  A.  W.  SCOTT  COMPANY 

SUCCESSORS  TO 

Scott,  Magner  and  Miller 

Buy  and  Sell  Everywhere 

HAY,  GRAIN,  FEED 

LARGEST  HAY  COMPRESS  PLANT  IN  U.  S. 
PROPRIETORS  AETNA  FEED  MILLS 
MANUFACTURERS  ALFALFA  MEAL 
COPRA,  DAIRY  AND  SUGAR  FEEDS 

warehouse:  DOUGLAS   SISO  OFFICE 

333    BERRY   SXREEX  112    PINE  STREET 


Viumber 

■2 '21, 015 
•217,573 
■216,354 

1912 

 213,603 

 210,722 

 207,346 

 202,253 

  192,772 

in  S)irectcri( 

1911 

1910 

1908 

  189,653 

 186,148 

 : .  .  .  175,214 

  167,676 

  150,744 

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GRILLE  WORK 


Keystone  Ornamental  Iron  and  Bronze  Works 

GOLD,  SILVER,  NICKEL,  BRASS  AND  COPPER  PLATING 


ARTISTIC  METAL  and 
ORNAMENTAL  IRON 


METAL  STOREFRONTS 

GRILLES 

Elevator  Enclosures 
and  Cars 

BANK  RAILINGS 

WIRE  WORK 

Steel  Folding  Gates 

Special  Hardware 


BRONZ.E:  TABLETS 


PHONE    DOUGLAS  856 


830  HOWARD  STREET 

BETWEEN    FOURTH    AND  FIFTH 


300  NATOMA  STREET 

SAN  FRANCISCO 


HARDWARE 


DUNHAM,  CARRIGAN  &  HAYDEN  CO. 

WHOLESALE  DISTRIBUTORS 


Hardware 
Brass  Goods 
Pipe  and  Steel 
Pipe  Fittings 
Corrugated  Iron 
Iron  and  Steel 
Tool  Steel 
Valves 


Dairy  Supplies 

Mill  Supplies 

Mining  Supplies 

Builders  Hardware 

Mechanics  and 

Machinists  Tools 


Automobile 

Accessories 

Cutlery 

Sporting  Goods 
Arms  and  Ammunition 
Electrical  Supplies 
Household  Utensils 
Automobile  Tires 


KANSAS  and  DIVISION  Streets 

FOOT  OF  8TH 

Telephone  Park  9500 


HARDWARE 


BAKER,  HAMILTON  &  PACIFIC  CO. 


SAN  FRANCISCO 


>TI1ETT0 


Importers 


Wholesale  Distributors 


Exporters 


General  Hardware 


Mechanics  and  Contractors  Tools 
Farming,  Gardening  and  Lumbering  Tools 


Mill,  Mine  and  Railroad  Supplies 
Automobile  Accessories 
House  Furnishing  Goods 
Brass  Goods  and  Metals 
Agricultural  Implements 
Paints  and  Varnishes 
Bicycles  and  Sundries 
Gasoline  Engines 


Electrical  Supplies 
Fishing  Tackle 
Pneumatic  Water  Systems 
Pipe  and  Fittings 
Builders  and  Shelf  Hardware 
Cutlery  and  Sporting  Goods 
Vehicles  and  Wagons 
Engineering  Steam  Specialties 


IRON  AND  STEEL  COMMODITIES 

Shallow  and  Deep  Well  Pumps  Boilers 

CREAMERY  AND  DAIRY  MACHINERY  AND  SUPPLIES 
Complete  Equipment  for  Milk  and  Cheese  Factories 


BAKER,  HAMILTON  &  PACIFIC  CO. 

SEVENTH  AND  TOWNSEND  STREETS 

SAN  FRANCISCO  .    .  CALIFORNIA 


HARDWARE  SPECIALTIES 


CALDWELL  SALES  CO. 

320  MARKET  STREET  SAN  FRANCISCO,  CAL. 

cTVIanufacturers  Sales  cAgents 

to  the  Pacific  Coast  Wholesale  Trade — Jobbing  in 
Hardware,  Tools  and  Auto  Accessories 

GENUINE  CRITCHLEY  REAMERS  HOOVER  STEEL  BALLS  . 

STERLING  HACK  SAW  BLADES  VELLUMOID  PACKING 

PARKER  DRILL  CHUCKS  STEEL  BILLETS 


HAY  AND  GRAIN 


The  A.  W.  SCOTT  COMPANY 

SUCCESSORS  TO 
SCOTT,    MAGNER    &  MILLER 

Buy  and  Sell  Everywhere 

HAY,  GRAIN,  FEED 

LARGEST  HAY  COMPRESS  PLANT  IN  U.S. 
PROPRIETORS  AETNA  FEED  MILLS 
MANUFACTURERS  ALFALFA  MEAL 
COPRA,  DAIRY  AND  SUGAR  FEEDS 

OFFICE  DOUGLAS  5150  warehouse 

333  BERRY  STREET  112  PINE  STREET 


MAILING 
LISTS 


CROCKER-LANGLEY  DIRECTORY 

230-240  BRANNAN  STREET 

TELEPHONE  DOUGLAS  5800 


HEATING  CONTRACTORS 


Heating  and  Plumbing 


CONTRACTORS 
Vacuum  Sweeping  Systems 


WE  STAND  BEHIND  EVERY  JOB 


GILLEY-SCHMID  CO.,  INC. 

1S2-19S  OTIS  STREET 

Telephone  Market  965        San  Francisco.  California 

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HOSPITALS 


NOW  WHILE  IN  HEALTH  PRO- 
VIDE FOR  SICKNESS  OR  INJURIES 

Membership  in  the 

Associated  Health  Service 

733  Phelan  Bldg.,  (fr^.e^s^tO 

guarantees  you  freedom  from  care  and  worry 
in  event  of  your  sickness  or  injury.  The  small 
monthly  dues  which  you  pay  provides  Doctor's 
Services,  Hospital,  Operations  and  Medicines. 


OFFICE  TREATMENT 

Medical  treatment  will  be  given  members 
any  day,  and  the  office  hours  of  the 
medical  staff  are  arranged  to  suit  the 
convenience  of  all  members,  as  they  are 
from  10  in  the  morning  until  8  o'clock 
in  the  evening  daily. 

At  the  treatment  offices  you  will  receive 
the  most  careful  attention  of  skilled  and 
experienced  physicians  and  surgeons. 
The  equipment  of  the  medical  treatment 
offices  is  complete  and  up  to  date,  includ- 
ing X-Ray  and  the  latest  electrical  appli- 
ances. 

HOSPITAL  SERVICE 

When  you  are  seriously  injured,  or 
should  you  be  so  seriously  sick  as  to 
need  an  operation  and  to  require  hos- 
pital care,  we  will  send  you  to  a  first- 
class  hospital,  where  we  will  give  you 
skilled  and  competent  surgical  and 
medical  treatment.  This  includes  all 
necessary  surgical  operations. 

.^11  expenses  for  ambulance,  operating 
room,  dressings,  bandages,  casts,  drugs 
and  medicines  required  will  be  paid  by 
the  Associated  Health  Service. 


HOME  VISITS 

When  sick  at  home,  notify  our  offices, 
and  we  will  promptly  send  an  experi- 
enced physician  to  see  you.  During 
your  illness  he  will  give  you  the  best 
of  care  and  all  medicines  needed.  In 
case  of  an  accident  you  will  receive  the 
same  careful  treatment  for  your  injuries, 
whether  it  be  day  or  night. 

Should  your  sickness  be  mild  or  seri- 
ous, its  duration  a  day  or  a  year,  we 
are  at  your  constant  service. 

HEALTH  SERVICE 

Members  are  urged  to  consult  the 
medical  staff  at  regular  intervals  for 
advice  on  how  to  stay  well.  These 
examinations  are  a  part  of  our  health 
service,  and  may  reveal  a  latent  con- 
dition which,  if  immediately  corrected, 
will  maintain  you  in  health.  Serious 
or  long  illnesses  may  often  be  avoided 
if  preventive  measures  are  taken  in  time. 
Colds,  fevers  and  wounds  which  may 
seem  unimportant  may  lead  to  serious 
results  should  they  not  receive  imme- 
diate and  proper  medical  care  and  at- 
tention. 


Send  us  your  name  and  address  and  full  partic- 
ulars how  to  become  a  member  will  be  sent  to  you 


Associated  Health  Service 

733  PHELAN  BUILDING 

(Seventh  Floor) 

Phone  Sutter  3490  760  Market  Street 


HOTELS 


THE  GRILL 


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Hotel  St.  Francis 


FACING  UNION  SQUARE 


Elaborated  with  the  seven  famous  mural  paintings  by 
Albert  Herter,  depicting  in  colorful  pageant  the  Gifts  of 
the  Old  World  to  the  New.  The  massive  columns  are  of 
Tennessee  carved  marble,  the  ceiling  of  the  Italian  school. 

Club  breakfasts,  a!  a  carte  luncheons  and  table  d'hote 
and  a  la  carte  dinners  are  features  of  the  Grill.  There 
is  no  music. 

The  proximity  of  the  St.  Francis  to  the  busy  part 
of  town  makes  it  one  of  the  most  convenient  places  to 
dine  in  San  Francisco. 


Thos.  J.  Coleman,  Manager 


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IMPORTERS  AND  EXPORTERS 


Established  1849 

S.  L.  JONES  & 
COMPANY 

INCORPORATED 

138-140  California  St. 
San  Francisco,  Calif.,  U.  S.  A. 

BRANCHES 

40  Wall  Street         Colman  Building  1  Front  Street 

NEW  YORK  CITY  SEATTLE  PORTLAND 

Fung  Tang  Fung  Tang 

6  Queen's  Road  Central  lA  Jinkee  Road  114  Higashimachi 

HONG  KONG  SHANGHAI  KOBE  . 

IMPORTERS 

of  all  kinds  crude  and  raw  materials,  Oils,  Gums, 
Spices,  Beans,  Seeds,  Nuts  of  all  kinds.  Coffee,  Tea, 
Cocoa  Beans,  Copra,  Kapok,  Oil  Cakes,  Fertilizers, 
Rattans,  Reeds,  Hides,  Tanning  Materials, Tin,  etc. 

EXPORTERS 

of  all  American  Products,  especially  Iron  and  Steel, 
Wire  Products,  Railway  Equipment,  Chemicals, 
Fertilizers,  Dyes,  Lumber,  Cattle  Feeds,  Pro- 
visions, Canned  Goods  of  all  kinds.  Dried  Fruits. 

We  invite  correspondence  from  any 
part  of  the  world 


Reference:  Code  Address: 

BANK  OF  CALIFORNIA,  San  Francisco  R  E  D  B  O  I  S  .       All  Codes. 


IMPORTERS  AND  EXPORTERS 


AGENCY 

H.  J.  Baker  ^  Bro. 

21-23  California  Street 
San  Francisco,  California 


Importers  Exporters 
Dealers 

Fertilizer  Material 

Nitrate  of  Soda 
Refiners  of  Camphor 
Chemicals 

and 

General  Lines 

Head  Office 

EST.  1850 

81  Fulton  St.,  New  York 

BRANCHES: 
BALTIMORE  SAVANNAH 
CHARLESTON 
BUENOS  AIRES  RiO  DE  JANEIRO 

ARGENTINE  BRAZIL 


IMPORTERS  AND  EXPORTERS 


East  &  West  Export  Co. 

Sheldon  Bldg. 
San  Francisco,  California 

Importers: 

Oriental  and  Tropical 
Products  Etc. 


Exporters: 

California  Products 
General  Merchandise 


Commission  Agents 
Represen  ta  tives 


OFFICES:— 203-4  SHELDON  BLDG. 
PHONE  :  A  J-  -t     Ti.M       1  ^  CABLE : 

uGLAs  5649    461  Market  Strect  eweco 


LOOSE  LEAF  TYPEWRITER 
LEDGERS  SUPPLIES 

PRINTERS 
BOOKBINDERS 
LITHOGRAPHERS 
STATIONERS 


H  •  S  •  CROCKER  Co  •  Inc. 

565-571  MARKET  STREET  =  PHONE  DOUGLAS  5800 
LOS  ANGELES      =      OAKLAND      =  SACRAMENTO 


 INSURANCE  COMPANIES 

FIREMAN'S  Fund 
Insurance 
Company 

CAPITAL  I  3,000,000 

SURPLUS  $  6,000,000 

RESERVES  $10,000,000 

ASSETS   -  $22,500,000 

Fire,  Automobile  and  Marine 
Insurance 

HEAD  OFFICE 

CALIFORNIA  and  SANSOME  STREETS 
SAN  FRANCISCO 


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INSURANCE  COMPANIES 


FIRE  ■  AUTOMOBILE  ■  MARINE 

TELEPHONE  SUTTER  1886 

H.  M.  NEWHALL  &  CO. 

NEWHALL  BUILDING    -    -    SAN  FRANCISCO 

FRANK  A.  BROWN,  Manager 

General  Agents 


THE  OCEAN  MARINE  INSURANCE  CO.,  LTD. 
THE  LONDON  ASSURANCE  CORP.  (Marine) 
PACIFIC  STATES  FIRE  INSURANCE  COMPANY 
INDEPENDENCE  INSURANCE  COMPANY 
WESTCHESTER  FIRE  INSURANCE  CO.  (Marine) 
ALLIANCE  ASSURANCE  COMPANY,  LIMITED 
THE  MARINE  INSURANCE  COMPANY,  LIMITED 
WASHINGTON  UNDERWRITERS 


JOHN  R.  ANDREW 

INSURANCE 

ALL  BRANCHES 


HEARST 
BUILDING 


SUTTER 
5  17  5 


102 


IRON  WORKS 


Michel  &  Pfeffer  Iron  Works 

1415-1437  HARRISON  STREET 

Telephone  Market  730  and  731  San  Francisco,  Calif. 


BUILDING 
DEPARTMENT 

Wire  Work 

Elevator  Cars 

Elevator  Enclosures 

Folding  Gates 

Store  Fronts 

Cast  Iron  and  Wrought 

Iron  Stairs 
Gratings,  Railings 
Marquises,  Grilles 
Window  Guards 
Fences  and  Gates 
Steel  Shutters 
Fire  Escapes 
Sidewalk  Doors 
Lintels,  Beams 
Columns,  Girders 
Bandiron 
Joist  Anchors 
Stirrups 

Post  Caps  and  Bases 
Bay  Window  Framings 
Cornice  Brackets 
Cast  Iron  Manhole 
Covers,  Etc. 

SPECIALTIES 

Smoke  Stacks 
Boiler  Breechings 
Steel  Tanks 
Conveyor  Frames 


Steel 
Sash 


OUR  Engineering  Department 
is  at  your  disposal  in  working 
out  the  most  suitable  construction 
in  each  case. 


WIRE  WORK 


fTURNISHfO  BY 

(CHEL&PFtFF. 


Manufactured  for  the  Hetch- 
Hetchy  Water  Supply,  of  the  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco,  Cal. 


103 


IRON  WORKS 


J.  T.  McCoRMicK,  President 


St.  John  E.  McCormick,  Secretary 


California  Artistic  Metal  &  Wire  Co. 


Manufacturers  of 


Ornamental  Iron  and 
Bronze  Work 


#  #  # 


Iron  Stairs,  Store  Fronts.  Elevator 
Enclosures,  (lates.  Railings. 
Wire  Work,  Electro  Plating.  Etc. 
Iron  and  Brass  Fonnders 


Telephone  MARKET  2162 


845)  to  865 
Seventh  Street 


San  Francisco 


::TELEPHONE     MISSION  5230:: 

RALSTON  IRON  WORKS,  Inc. 

STRUCTURAL  STEEL 
JAIL  and  PRISON  WORK 
MOTOR  TRUCK  TRAILERS 
and  ATTACHMENTS 

TWENTIETH  and  INDIANA  STREETS    ::    SAN  FRANCISCO 


KM 


IRON  WORKS 


MAIN  IRON  WORKS 

(Formerly  Main  Street  Iron  Works— Keystone  Boiler  Works) 

H  BUILDERS  OF  .1 

Marine  and  Stationary  Engines,  Water 
Tube,  Tubular  and  Scotch  Boilers, 
Anchor  Windlasses,  Cargo  Hoists, 
Capstans,  Steering  Engines,  Oil  and 
Feed  Water  Heaters,  and  Other  Aux- 
iliary Machinery,  Tanks,  Plate  Work, 
Mining,  Milling  and  Hoisting  Machin- 
ery, Hydro-Electric  Power  Plants. 


Jgents  for  SCHUTTE  &  KOERTING  COMPANY 

Manufacturers  of  Evaporators,  Distillers,  Feed  Water 
Heaters,  Oil  Burning  Apparatus. 

MAIN  OFFICE  AND  WORKS: 

7th,  Daggett  and  Sixteenth  Streets 

Telephone  Market  752  San  Francisco,  Cal. 


Girders  and  Lintels 
Auto  Truck  Frames 

Chas.  E.  Gray                        John  R.  Sims 

SIMS  &  GRAY  IRON  WORKS 

Conveyor  Frames 

Steel  Disc  Plates 

Fire  Escapes 

Iron  Stairs  and 
Window  Guards 

Bond  Iron 
and  Anchors 

Post  Caps 
and  Bases 

Truss  Rods 
and  Tie  Rods 

Telephone  Garfield  1695 

Structural  Steel 
and  Ornamental  Iron 
General  Blacksmithing 

Grouters  for  Tractor  Wheels 

156  MAIN  STREET,  SAN  FRANCISCO 

lOS 


IRON  AND  STEEL 


Western  Iron  Works 

W.  B.  Morris,  President  H.  H.  Morris,  Vice-President  L.  J.  Gates,  Secretary 

Structural  Iron  and  Steel 
Contractors 

We  Furnish,  Cut,  Punch,  Rivet  and  Forge  Steel  Bars,  Plates,  Ancles, 
Channels  and  Beams.    Manufacturers  of  "Champion"  Steel  Wheelbarrows 

141-147  Beale  St.  and  132-148  Main  St. 

Telephone:  Carfiki.ii  2575  San  Francisco,  Cal. 


106 


IRON  AND  STEEL 


UNITED  STATES 
STEEL  PRODUCTS 
COMPANY 


RIALTO  BUILDING 
SAN  FRANCISCO,  CALIFORNIA 


107 


IRON  AND  STEEL 


pacific  coast 
Steel  Company 

Open  Hearth 
Steel  Products 


MANUFACTURED  TO 
COMPLY  WITH  THE 
FOLLOWING  STAND- 
ARD SPECIFICATIONS: 

U.  S.  Navy 

French  Government 

Lloyd's  Register  of 
Shipping  Manufac- 
turers' Standard] 

American  Society  for 
Testing  Materials 

American  Association 
of  Railway  Engineers 

American  Society  of 
Civil  Engineers 


SHAPES 

MANUFACTURED: 

Bolt  Rods 
Rivet  Rods 
Billets  for  Forging 
Ingots  for  Forging 
Bands,  Flats 
Plain  Squares 
Plain  Rounds 
Square  and  Round 
Deformed  Bars  for 
Reinforcing 
Square  Twisted  Bars 
for  Reinforcing 
Angles — Equal  and 
Unequal  Legs 
Stock  Lists  will  be  fur- 
nished upon  request 


Sales  Offices: 
Seattle 

San  Francisco 
Los  Angeles 
Portland 


General  Office: 

RiaHo  Building 
San  Francisco,  Cal. 


Plants: 
South 

San  Francisco 

Portland 

Seattle 


Telephone  SUTTER  1564 


Cable  Address:  "COASTEEL" 


106 


IRON  AND  STEEL 


Patrick  Noble,  President       A.  E.  Wilkens,  Secretary 
E.  B.  Noble,  Vice-President 

PACIFIC 
ROLLING 
MILL  CO. 

Seventeenth  and  Mississippi  Sts. 
San  Francisco,  Calif. 

Jobbers  of 

Structural  Steel,  Beams,  Angles, 
Channels,  Plates,  Rails,  etc. 

Manufacturers  of 

Structural  Steel  for  Buildings, 
Bridges,  Viaducts.  Bolts,  Riv- 
ets, Forgings,  Iron  Castings, 
Railroad,  Frogs,  Switches, 
Crossings  and  Special  Work. 


109 


IRON  AND  STEEL 


THE  BERGER  MANUFACTURING  CO.  OF  CALIF. 

1120-26  Mission  Street,  San  Francisco,  Cal. 

Phones  Market  794  and  795 

Private  Exchange  connecting  ail  Departments 

MANUFACTURERS  OF  BERLOY  SHEET  METAL  PRODUCTS 

STEEL  CEILING  DEPARTMENT 

BERLOY  "CLASSIK"  STEEL  CEILINGS 

BERLOY  "CLASSIK"  STEEL  WALLS  AND  WAINSCOTING S 

FIREPROOFING  DEPARTMENT 

BERLOY  DIAMOND  MESH  EXPANDED  METAL  LATH 
BERLOY  METAL  LUMBER 
BERLOY  "RAYDIANT"  SIDEWALK  LIGHTS 
BERLOY  WATERTIGHT  SIDEWALK  DOORS 

EQUIPMENT  DIVISION 

BERLOY  STEEL  OFFICE  EQUIPMENT 
BERLOY  STEEL  LOCKERS 
BERLOY  STEEL  BINS  AND  SHELVING 
BERLOY  STEEL  TIRE  RACKS 

DEPARTMENT  OF  GENERAL  LINES 

BERLOY  GALVANIZED  AND  BLACK  STEEL  SHEETS 
BERLOY  CORRUGATED  IRON 

BERLOY  GALVANIZED  BRICK  AND  STONE  SIDING 
BERLOY  CONDUCTOR  PIPE  AND  EAVES  TROUGH 
BERLOY  TIN  PLATE 

BERLOY  TILE  ROOFING  AND  METAL  SHINGLES 
BERLOY  NESTABLE  CORRUGATED  METAL  CULVERTS 


Columbia  Steel  Company 

Pittsburg,  California  Portland,  Oregon 

STEEL  FOUNDRY  S  STEEL  FOUNDRY 


ROLLING  MILLS 

STEEL 


CARBON 
CASTINGS  MANGANESE 

UP  TO  60,000POUNDS  EACH 

TO  MEET  ANY  RECOGNIZED  SPECIFICATIONS 

BALDT  STOCKLESS  ANCHORS 

CTFFI      SQUARE  ALSO 
njtnr^       ROUND  RIVET 
BARS       REINFORCING  ROD 

SALES  OFFICES: 

503  MARKET  STREET  SAN  FRANCISCO,  CALIF. 


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IRON  AND  STEEL 


CASTINGS 

Gray,  Iron,  Brass, 
Semi-steel,  Electric  and  Open  Hearth  Steel 

From  1  oz.  to  20  tons 

Marine  and  Stationary  Gas  Engines-ENTERPRISE 

Best  for  service  and  best  by  test 

From  8  to  200  Horsepower 

Built  in  1,  2,  3,  4  and  6  cylinder  sizes. 


WHAT  ARE  YOUR  REQUIREMENTS? 

Write  or  Wire 

ENTERPRISE  FOUNDRY  CO. 

(  San  Francisco,  Gal.  OFFICE: 
WORKS  <  South  San  Francisco,  Cal.  20  STEUART  STREET 

(Los  Angeles,  Cal.  San  Francisco,  Cal. 


REINFORCING  STEEL 

FOR  CONCRETE 

"HYDRATITE"  WATERPROOFING  "HORNSTONE"  hardener 

PIG  IRON    '^^^  ELECTRIC 
COKE  FURNACES 
ALLOYS  Refractories 


444    MARKET  ST. 

SUXXER  2720 

ELECTRIC  INDUSTRIAL  TRUCKS  AND  TRACTORS 

FOUNDRY  and  STEEL  PLANT  SUPPLIES 


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IRON  AND  STEEL 


B.  W.  HENNING,  Secretary  O.  H.  FISHER,  Manager 


MONTAGUE  PIPE  &  STEEL  CO. 


Successors  to 
W.  W.  MONTAGUE  &  CO. 

IN  THE  MANUFACTURE  OF 


Riveted  Steel  Pipe,  Higli  Pressure  Pipe  Lines 

Oil  and  Water  Tanks,  Steel  Flumes,  Syphons 
Stacks,  Montague  Well  Casing 


SHEET  IRON  WORK  OF  ANY  DESCRIPTION 

Works:  OflSce: 
17th  and  KENTUCKY  STS.  HOBART  BUILDING 

Phone  Market  6909        San  Francisco  Phone  Kearny  496         San  Francisco 


A.  C.  Rulofson  Co. 

Iron  and  Steel  Products 

NAILS,  WIRE,  BLACK  &  GALVANIZED  STEEL  SHEETS,  ETC. 
For  Export  and  Domestic  Consumption 


Price    ^    Qualit3^    ^  Service 

We  Solicit  Your  Inquiries 

359-365  Phone 
Monadnock  Building  Douglas  2278-2279 


112 


IRON  AND  STEEL 


Edw.  L.  Soule  Co. 

IRON  AND  STEEL  PRODUCTS 

Main  Office :  912-924  Rialto  Bldg.,  San  Francisco,  Cal. 
Telephone,  Sutter  2821  Branch:  CHICAGO,  ILLS. 

WAREHOUSE :  Potrero  Avenue  and  Division  Street 


WE  OFFER  BEST  PRICES  'Ron  and  steel  bars,  concrete 

AND  DELIVERIES  ON  THE  REINFORCING  BARS,  BANDS 
MWU  UtLiytHltb  UN  lilt  HOOPS,  BOLTS,  NUTS  and 

FOLLOWING  PRODUCTS:  washers,  chain,  forcings, 

PLATES,  PIPE,  TUBES  and  CASING, 
ROLLED  STEEL  SHAPES,  RAILS  and  ACCESSORIES,  RIVETS, 
NAILS,  SPIKES  and  SCREWS,  SHEETS,  TIN  and  TERNE  PLATE, 
SPECIAL  STEELS,  WIRE,  ZINC,  ETC. 


INQUIRIES  WILL  RECEIVE  PROMPT  ATTENTION 
FOR  STOCK  AND  MILL  SHIPMENTS 


TAYLER  &  SPOTSWOOD  CO. 

Main  Office  and  Warehouses 

Minnesota  and  19th  Streets 


= Jobbers  and  Dealers  in  


IRON  CBi,  STEEL 

§f  All  Description 
SPECIALIZING  ON 

STEEL  HOOPS  CS,  BANDS 

Blacksmith  and  Automobile  Shop  Supplies 
Smithing  Coal — Heavy  Hardware — Trailer  Material 


PHONE     MISSION  7800 


113 


IRON  AND  STEEL 


Vulcan  Iron  Works 


=Qyidanufacturers  of= 


Ice  Making 
and  Refrigerating 
Machinery 


Ammonia  Fittings 
Cold  Storage  Doors 
Ice  Cans     Pipe  Coils 


Grey  Iron  Castings 
Semi-Steel  Castings 
Ornamental  Iron 
Rock  Breakers 
Structural  Steel 
Macaroni  Machinery 
Aerial  Tramways 
Centrifugal  Pumps 


Electric  and  Hand  Power  Traveling  Cranes 


1849  KEARNY  STREET= 


Phone  Kearny  3880 


San  Francisco 


JUNK  DEALERS 


ESTABLISHED  1893 


PHONE  PARK  418 


BUY 

SCRAP  IRON 
SCRAP  METALS 
SCRAP  RUBBER 
RAGS 

MANILA  ROPE 

BONES 

MACHINERY 

BOILERS 

PIPE 

SHAFTINGS 
ABANDONED  PLANTS 
RAILS 

CONDEMNED  MATERIALS 
Do  You  Want  to  Sell  Anything. 


2201  THIRD  STREET 

Corner  19th 


SELL 
GOVERNMENT  TENTS 
CANVAS  COVERS 
BELTING 
MACHINERY 
RAILS 

ROPE  YARN 
GRAPE  TWINE 
SALVAGED  MATERIALS 

Tell  Us  Your  Wants. 

::  SAN  FRANCISCO 

CALIFORNIA 


JEWELERS 


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A.  ANDREWS  DIAMOND  PALACE 

The  Most  Beautiful  Jewelry  Store  in  the  World.     Visitors  Cordially  Welcomed. 
Established  in  1850     46  GEARY  STREET     Phone  Douglas  S16 
SAN  FRANCISCO,  CALIFORNIA 


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KODAKS  AND  CAMERAS 


BOUGHT  ^  SOLD  ^  EXCHANGED 
REPAIRED  ^  AND 
RENTED 

A»  j»  ^ 

San  Francisco's  Largest  Camera  Exchange 
J*     A»  J* 

'  HHRY      d#  ROOS 

88  THIRD  STREET,  near  MISSION 

TlLlPH®lil    KimR^T  14?8 


LOOSE  LEAF  LEDGERS 


LOOSE  LEAF  TYPEWRITER 
LEDGERS  SUPPLIES 

PRINTERS 
BOOKBINDERS 
LITHOGRAPHERS 
STATIONERS 

•    •  • 

H  •  S  •  CROCKER  Co  •  Inc. 

565-571  MARKET  STREET  -  PHONE  DOUGLAS  5800 
LOS  ANGELES      =      OAKLAND      -  SACRAMENTO 


LUMBER  DEALERS 


MiVs: 
Bellingham,  Wash. 
Hoquiam  -  Wash. 


Yards: 
Oakland   -  Cal. 
Los  Angeles,  Cal. 
San  Pedro,  Cal. 


E.  K.  Wood  Lumter  Co. 

W^kolesale  and  Retail 


Main  Office: 

1  DRUMM  ST.,  SAN  FRANCISCO,  CAL. 

Sales  Office: 

PORTLAND,  ORE. 


STEAMERS: 

MOTOR  VESSELS: 

Siskiyou,  Shasta,  San  Jacinto,  Tatnal^ais 

Sierra            -  Lassen 

SAILING  VESSELS: 

Schooners — Alert,  Defiance,   Dauntless,  Fred  J.  ^C^ood, 

Fearless,    Resolute,  Vigilant 

HARDWOOD  HEADQUARTERS 

BOXWOOD-EBONY-IRONBARK 
JENISERO-KOA-SPANISH  CEDAR 
LIGNUMVITAE- MAHOGANY 
ROSEWOOD -TEAK-  RED  BEAN 
SPOTTED  CUM-CIBCASSIAH  WALNUT 
LUMBER--TIMBER 
HARDWOOD  FLOORING 
WYBRO  VENEERED  PANELS 
DOWELS-TREENAILS-VENEERS 

WHITE  BROTHERS 

FIFTH  and  BRANNAN  STREETS  SAN  FRANCISCO,  CAL. 


HENRY  KIRCHMANN  Jr. 

Import ers  and  M anuf act urers  of  H ardw o o ds 


LARGEST   DEALERS   IN  PHILIPPINE   MAHOGANY  IN  AMERICA 

We  carry  in  stock  and  specialize  in  Pacific  Coast  Hardwoods  and  foreign  woods  obtained  from 
Continents  and  Islands  in  the  Pacific.  Among  the  woods  in  which  we  specialize  are:  Philippine 
Mahogany,  Central  American  Mahogany,  Jenisero,  Spanish  Cedar,  Pacific  Coast 
Maple,  Pacific  Coast  Ash,  Cottonwood.    We  also  specialize  in  Eastern  Hardwoods. 

Office:  212  to  216  American  National  Bank  Building,  San  Francisco 
Yards  and  Wharves  :       -       -       Foot  of  25tli  Street.  San  Francisco 


ASH-BASSWOOD-BIRCH 
AROMATIC  RED  CEDAR 
COTTGNWOOD-ELM-HOLLY 
SOUTHERN  RED  GUM 
HICKORY-LAUREL- MAPLE 
OREGON  MAPLE-PLAIN  OAK 
-  QUARTERED  OAK- 
WYBROCK  BENDING  OAK 
POPLAR--WALNUT 


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MACARONI  AND  VERMICELLI 


CALIFORNIA  MACARONI 
COMPANY 


Cf-- 


Manufacturers  and  Exporters  of 


Royal  Alimentary  Pastes 

MACAROM  :  SPAGHETTI  :  VERMICELLI  :  ETC. 


Largest  Manufacturers  of  Paste  West  of  Chicago 


956  Bryant  St. 


Tel.  Market  1740 


MACHINERY  AND  TOOLS 


JACKSON  HORIZONTALLY  SPLIT 
DOUBLE  SUCTION  PUMP 

Some  Points  Worthy  of 
Consideration 

High  efficiency -Self  balancing-- 
Self  contained  --  Self  oiling 
bearings- -Water  sealed  stuffing 
boxes- -Short  distance  between 
bearings  --  Interior  readily  ac- 
cessible --  No  interference  with 
suction  or  discharge  flanges 
when  opening  up  pump. 

Hydraulic  Engineers 

MANUFACTURERS  OF 

Centrifugal  and  Turbine  Pumps 

FOR  ALL  PURPOSES 

WRITE  FOR  CATALOGUE 
AND  ESTIMATES 

Byron  Jackson  Iron  Works,  Inc. 


^Mi  E.  3rd.  I.os  Anftcle^ 
Portland,  Ore. 


410  SHARON  BLDG.,  San  Francisco,  Cal. 

WORKS:  Wcit  Berkeley.  Cal. 
Salt  Lake  City.  Utah 


Vijalla.  Cal. 
San  Jose,  Cal. 


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MACHINERY  AND  TOOLS 


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Labor  Saving  Tools  that  will  reduce  your  Shop  Costs 

REPRESENTING: 

HENDEY  MACHINE  CO.    Engine  Lathes;  Plain  and  Universal  Millers;  Friction  and 
Heavy  B.  G.  Shapers. 

NEWTON  MACHINE  TOOL  WORKS    Slotters;  Vertical  &  Horizontal  Millers;  Cold 

Saws;  Rotary  Planers;  Boring  Machines;  Portable  and  Special  Machine  Tools. 
STEINLE  TURRET  MACHINE  CO.    24"  Side  Carriage  Turret  Lathes. 
THE  AVEY  DRILLING  MACHINE  CO.    "Avey"  Ball  Bearing  Drilling  Machines. 
KING  MACHINE  TOOL  CO.    Vertical  Boring  and  Turning  Mills,  30"  to  100". 
THE  FOOTE-BURT  CO.    Heavy  Duty  Drilling  Machines ;  Special  Drilling  Machines. 
CHAMPION  ENGINEERING  CO.    Electric  Cranes,  All  Types. 
HOUSTON  STANWOOD  &  GAMBLE  CO.    Heavy  Engine  Lathes,  36"  to  72". 
THE  QUICKWORK  CO.    Quickwork  Rotary  Shears,  Capacity  to  1  inch  plate. 
THE  NORBOM  ENGINEERING  CO.    Lysholm  Punch  Tables;  Ship  Yard  Tools. 
ERIE  FOUNDRY  CO.    Steam  Hammers,  All  Types;  Trimming  Presses. 
THE  BILLINGS  AND  SPENCER  CO.    Board  Drop  Hammers;  Trimming  Presses. 
NEW  BRITAIN  MACHINE  CO.    Multiple  Spindle  Automatic  Bar  and  Chucking 

Machines;  Shop  Furniture. 
AJAX  MANUFACTURING  CO.    Upsetting  and  Forging  Machines;  Automatic  Feed 

Rivet  Machines;  Bull-Dozers;  Nut  and  Washer  Machines. 
GARDNER  MACHINE  CO.    Disc  Grinders;  Pattern  Makers'  Disc  Grinders;  Buffing 

Machines;  "G.  I.  A."  (Gardner  Improved  Abrasive)  Discs. 
POTTER  &  JOHNSON  MACHINE  CO.    Automatic  Turret  Lathes;  Automatic 

Piston  and  Piston  Ring  Lathes;  Automatic  Milling  Machines. 
WM.  SELLERS  &  CO.  INC.    Heavy  Machine  Tools. 

WESTERN  MACHINE  TOOL  WORKS    Heavy  Radial  Drilling  Machines,  3'  to  8'. 
ARTHUR  COLTON  CO.    High  Speed  Steel  Twist  Drills:  H.  S.  Oil  Hole  and  Special  Drills. 
ILLINOIS  TOOL  WORKS    High  Speed  Milling  Cutters;  H.  S.  Reamers:  H.  S.  Hobs; 

Gauges;  Die  Filing  Machines. 
DAVIS  BORING  TOOL  CO.    Expansion  Boring  Bars;  Expansion  Reamers. 
ERRINGTON  MECHANICAL  LABORATORIES    Tapping  Devices,  Etc. 
THE  TAFT-PEIRCE  MFG.  CO.    Precision  Gauges;  Limit  Gauges;  Expansion 

Hand  Reamers,  Etc. 


Main  Office  and 
Show  Room : 

75  Fremont  St. 

San  Francisco 


LOUIS  G.  HENES 

"Machine  Tool  Specialist" 


Branch  Office: 

Title  Insurapce  BIdg. 

Los  Angeles,  Cal. 
CHAS.  S.  TAYLOR,  Mgr. 


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MACHINERY  AND  TOOLS 

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Air  Compressors 


The  Ingersoll-Rand  line  of  air 
compressors  is  complete  and 
extensive.  Every  type  and 
every  drive  for  every  class  of 
service  is  represented. 


Send  for  bulletins  mentioning  class  of  service 

Rock  Drilling  IVIachinery 


Ingersoll-Rand  rock  drilling 
machinery  has  been  developed 
through  long  years  of  ex- 
perience with  every  phase  of 
mining  work.  The  line  as  it 
stands  today  is  not  only  com- 
plete but  represents  in  every 
individual  instance,  the  best 
that  can  be  bought. 


Bulletins  on  Mining  Machinery  to  fit  your  problem 
will  be  sent  upon  request 


Cameron  Pumps 


Throughout  industries 
and  in  fact  where  ever 
water  or  other  fluids  are 
pumped,  Camerons  are  rec- 
ognized for  their  efficiency, 
economy  and  durability. 


Send  for  descriptive  bulletins 

Ingersoll-Rand  Company  of  California 

Rialto  Building,  San  Francisco 


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MACHINERY  AND  TOOLS 


JOSHUA  HENDYIRON  WORKS 

^     ESTABLISHED  1853 

GENERAL  OFFICE:  75  FREMONT  ST.,  SAN  FRANCISCO,  CAL 


View  of  Works— Sunnyvale,  Santa  Clara  County,  California 


OUR  MANUFACTURES  INCLUDE 

Mining  Machinery 

Ore  Reduction  machinery 

ELECTRIC  HOISTS 

ORE  DRYERS  AND  ROASTERS 

STEAM  HOISTS 

STAMP  MILLS 

AIR  DRIVEN  HOISTS 

BALL  MILLS 

WATER  DRIVEN  HOISTS 

TUBE  MILLS 

HORSE  WHIMS 

CONCENTRATORS 

MINE  CAGES 

ROCK  CRUSHERS 

ORE  BIN  GATES 

CRUSHING  ROLLS 

CAR  WHEELS 

ORE  FEEDERS 

ORE  SKIPS,  ETC. 

CHILI  &  HUNTINGTON  MILLS 

AIR  COMPRESSORS 

CYANIDE  EQUIPMENT 

WATER  AND  ORE  BUCKETS 

QUICKSILVER  RETORTS 

ORE  CARS 

QUICKSILVER  FURNACES 

IMPROVED  TUNNEL  AND  TRAM  CARS 

Saw  Mill  Machinery 

Hydraulic  mining  Machinery 

SAW  MILLS 

GIANTS 

GANG  EDGERS 

GRAVEL  ELEVATORS 

RESERVOIR  GATES 

HAND  EDGERS 

DEFLECTORS 

SWING  SAWS 

WATER  LIFTERS 

LOG  TURNERS,  ETC. 

SPECIAL  HIGH  PRESSURE  VALVES 

RIVETED  STEEL  PIPE 

We  also  Make  a  Specialty  of  IRON  and  BRASS  CASTINGS 

and  STEEL  FORCINGS  of  every  description. 

HYDRAULIC  TURBINES 

.  DERRICK  IRONS,  HOISTING 

CRABS  and  WINCHES,  WATER  WHEELS  and  MOTORS. 

We  Carry  in  Stock 

STEAM  HOISTING  ENGINES 

DUMP  CARS 

ELECTRIC  HOISTING  ENGINES 

HORIZONTAL  ENGINES 

GASOLINE  HOISTING  ENGINES 

VERTICAL  ENGINES 

COMBINED  ENGINES  AND  BOILERS 

GASOLINE  ENGINES 

DUPLEX  STEAM  PUMPS 

HORIZONTAL  TUBULAR  BOILERS 

TURBINE  PUMPS 

WATER  TUBE  BOILERS 

CENTRIFUGAL  PUMPS 

LOCOMOTIVE  TYPE  PORTABLE  BOILERS 

SINKING  PUMPS 

ECONOMIC  BOILERS 

MINING  PUMPS 

UPRIGHT  BOILERS 

STONE  AND  MARBLE  WORKING 

RAILROAD  EQUIPMENT 

MACHINERY 

FEED  WATER  HEATERS,  PURIFIERS 

MILL  AND  MINE  SUPPLIES 

AND  OIL  SEPARATORS 

STEAM  SEPARATORS 

WOOD  WORKING  MACHINERY 

BLOWERS  AND  EXHAUSTERS 

CUT-OFF  SAWS 

CORD  WOOD  SAWS 

BAND  SAWS 

SAW  TABLES 

DRAG  SAWS 

PLANERS 

ROCK  DRILLS 

AIR  RECEIVERS 

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ALLIS-CHALMERS  MFG.  CO. 


-DISTRICT  OFFICE- 


745  Rialto  Building  (New  ^"o'Zo^^^y  sts)  San  Francisco 


CRUSHING  and  CEMENT 

MACHINERY 
MINING  MACHINERY 
ELECTRICAL  MACHINERY 
SAW  MILL  MACHINERY 
FLOUR  MILL  MACHINERY 
COMPRESSORS 
CONDENSERS 
CRUSHERS 
GAS  ENGINES 


STEAM  ENGINES 
OIL  ENGINES 
STEAM  TURBINES 
HYDRAULIC  TURBINES 
CENTRIFUGAL  PUMPS 
MOTORS 
GENERATOR 
TRANSMISSION 
MACHINERY 
TRANSFORMERS 


ALLIS-CHALMERS  MfG.  CO. 

Main  Office  and  Factory:  Milwaukee,  Wis. 


Irrigation  Machinery 
Engines  iVIotors 
Overhead  Carrying  Systems 
Louden  Sanitary  Barn  Equipment 
Universal  Milking  Machines 
High  Pressure  Power  Boilers 
Low  Pressure  Steel  Heating  Boilers 
''Alamo"  Farm  Light  Plants 
''Duro"  Pressure  Water  Systems 


CALIFORNIA  HYDRAULIC 
ENGINEERING  &  SUPPLY  CO. 

70  FREMONT  Street,  San  Francisco 


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Collins  &  Webb 

INCORPORATED 

MACHINERY 


229  Rialto  Bldg. 
SAN  FRANCISCO,  CAL. 

PHONE  SUTTER  5270 

Phone  Us  Your  Inquiries. 


California  Machinery  Co. 

We  buy  and  sell  MACHINERY  of  all  kinds. 
Largest  stock  of  USED  IRON  and  WOOD- 
WORKING MACHINERY  to  select  from  in  the 
West. 


LATHES  BORING  MILLS 

TURRETS  PUNCH  PRESSES 

DRILL  PRESSES  PUNCHES  and  SHEARS 

RADIALS  COLD  SAWS 

KEYSEATERS  HACK  SAWS 

SHAPERS  EMERY  HEADS 

PLANERS  GRINDERS 

BELTING,  PULLEYS,  SHAFTING  and  HANGERS 


TELEPHONE  SUTTER  1796 


125  Beale  Street       ::       ::       San  Francisco,  California 


123 


MACHINERY  AND  TOOLS 


Bannon,  Bodinson,  Maclntyre,  Inc, 

ENGINEERS    AND  MANUFACTURERS 

CONVEYING,  ELEVATING,  SCREENING,  MINING 
POWER   TRANSMITTING  MACHINERY 
GRAVITY    ROLLER  CONVEYORS 


SHAFTING 

COUPLINGS 

BEARINGS 

COLLARS 

GEARS 

SPROCKETS 

CHAIN 

FRICTION  CLUTCHES 
SCREW  CONVEYORS 
GRAVITY  SYSTEMS 
SPIRAL  CHUTES 

PULLEYS,  Wood, 


BELT  CONVEYORS 
BUCKET  ELEVATORS, 

CHAIN  and  BELT 
SCREENS,  CONICAL-CYLIN- 
DRICAL-HEXAGON 
FEEDERS,  AUTOMATIC 
STEEL  PAN  CONVEYORS 
CLIMAX  "IMPROVED  LENIX" 
SHORT  CENTER  BELT 

DRIVES 

CAR  PULLERS 
WINCHES 
Cast  Iron  and  Steel 


TELEPHONE   SUTTER  6614 


Main  Office  and  Works: 
11  MINNA  ST.  NEAR  FIRST         : :         : : 


SAN  FRANCISCO 


Power 
Pumps 


—Triplex 

— ROTREX 

—Centrifugal 


FOR  ALL 
PRESSURES 
AND  PURPOSES 


Dow-Herriman  Co. 


factory: 
PETALUMA,  CALIF. 


San  Francisco  Office  and  Warehouse: 
140  HOWARD  STREET 


124 


MACHINERY  AND  TOOLS 


mm 


Transmission  Equi 

For  Mill  or  Fa.ctor3(r 


Pulleys  

Floob^t^nds 


(Jeavre  

bain  Bolts  ' 
ofc  ^heei^KJg^JSi 


eco 


CONVEYING, ELEVATING,  SCREENING 
AND  MECHANICALPOWER  TRANSMITTING 

M  AC  H I N  ERY 


SAN  FRANCISCO 

660  Mission  Street 


S  E  ATTLE 

558  First  Ave. Co. 


PORTLAND 

67  Front  'Street. 


LOS  ANGELES 

5anPedro&E3rdft. 


ECCLES  &  SMITH  CO. 

High  Grade  Machine  Tools 

Complete  Garage  Equipments 
Shop  Supplies 


71  FIRST  STREET,  SAN  FRANCISCO 


Telephone  Kearny  1267 


SAN  FRANCISCO  -   LOS  ANGELES    -    PORTLAND    -  SEATTLE 


125 


MACHINERY  AND  TOOLS 


Fairbanks  Scales 

Oil  Engines 

STATIONARY  and  MARINE 

Steam  Pumps 
Electric  Motors  and  Generators 
Railway  Equipment 
Supplies 

Fairbanks-Morse  &  Co. 

651  MISSION  ST.  DOUGLAS  3585 


Contractors^  Machinery 

INDUSTRIAL  EQUIPMENT 
COMPLETE  CONTRACTORS  PLANTS 


INSLEY  GRAVITY  PLANTS— 

Hoist  Buckets,  Hoppers,  Chutes,  Gates 
Skips,  Concrete  Cars,  Industrial  Steel 
Cars  and  Track. 

STEEL  DERRICKS— 

Ransome  Concrete  Mixers,  Pavers,  Etc. 
Oshkosh  Concrete  Mixers  and  Saw  Rigs 
Mundy's  Hoisting  Machinery 
Erie  Revolving  Steam  Shovels 
Kennedy  Crusher  Plants  and  Equipment 
Continental  Dump  Cars 
Dobbie  Derricks,  Etc. 

Everything  Used  By  Contractors 


GARFIELD  &C0. 

1232  Hearst  Bldg.    phone  &uttek  io36  San  Francisco 


MACHINERY  AND  TOOLS 


EVERLASTING  BLOW-OFF-VALVES 


AGENTS  FOR 

EVERLASTING  BLOW- 
OFF-VALVES 

WM.  POWELL  CO.'S 

VALVES 

FISHER  and  \  Steam 
SWARTWOUT/  Specialties 

ENGINEERS'  STEAM- 
FITTERS'  and  MACHIN- 
ISTS' SUPPLIES 

TRANSMISSION  and 

CONVEYING 
MACHINERY 


GENERAL  MACHINERY  and  SUPPLY  COMPANY 

OFFICES  AND  STORE 

39-51  STEVENSON  STREET 

WAREHOUSES 

36-48  ECKER  STREET,  and  4th  STREET  at  CHINA  BASIN 
SAN    FRANCISCO,  CALIFORNIA 


TELEPHONE  private  exchange  SUTTER  6750 


SEND  US  YOUR  INQUIRIES 


HoRSFORD  Bros.  Co 

235  Mission  Street 


Hangers 

Shaftings 

Couplings 


Steel 

Wood 

Pulleys 


Power  Transmission  Appliances 
Mill  Supplies 


127 


MACHINERY  AND  TOOLS 


PORTABLE 


TOOLS 


AIR  AND  ELECTRIC 

PISTON  AIR  DRILLS,  WOOD  BORING  MACHINES,  CLOSE  CORNER 
DRILLS;  PNEUMATIC  RIVETING,  CHIPPING,  CAULKING,  SCAL- 
ING AND  FLUE  BEADING  HAMMERS,  RIVET  CUTTERS;  SAND 
RAMMERS;  PNEUMATIC  MOTOR  HOISTS,  AIR  HOSE;  COUPLINGS 
AND  ACCESSORIES,  ELECTRIC  DRILLS  AND  GRINDERS. 

COMPLETE  STOCK  CARRIED  HERE 

Independent  Pneumatic  Tool  Company  of  California 

61  Fremont  Street  Telephone  Kearny  1957 


Air  Compressors 
Blowers  Boilers 
Concentrators 
Concrete  Mixers 
Contractors  Equipment 
Conveyors  Derricks 
JARDINE  Dragline 
Excavator  Equipment 
Drills 

Engines — Gasoline  and  Sleeim 
Hoisting  Engines 
Locomotives 
Logging  Equipment 
Mills  of  All  Kbds 
Mining  Machinery  of  Every 
Description 
Power  Equipment 
Pumps — Steam  and  Power 
Rail        Rock  Crushers 
Saw  Mill  Equipment 
Steam  Shovels 


JARDINE 
MACHINERY 
COMPANY 

115-125  MAIN  STREET 


REBUILT  USED 
MACHINERY 


123 


MACHINERY  AND  TOOLS 


KROGH 
PUMPS 


FOR 


MINES 

WATERWORKS 
RECLAMATION 
DREDGING 
IRRIGATION 
ALL  PURPOSES 


Whether  for  High  Pressure  or  Low  Pressure  They 

Are  Always  Efficient 
and  Dependable 


Write  Us  Your  Needs 


KROGH  PUMP  AND 
MACHINERY  CO. 

147-159  BEALE  ST. 

SAN  FRANCISCO   -   -   -   -  CALIF. 


CHAS.  C.  MOORE  &  CO.,  ENGINEERS 

Contractors  for  Complete  Plants 

HIGH  GRADE  MACHINERY 


The  Babcock  &  Wilcox  Co.  Water  tube 
boilers 

Corliss,  High  speed,  and  Poppet  valve 
engines 

Babcock  &  Wilcox  superheaters 

Green's  fuel  economizers 

Wheeler  Condenser  &  Engineering  Co. 

Condensing  machinery 
Cochrane  feed  water  heaters 
Sorge-Cochrane  feed  water  softeners 
Cochrane  feed  water  metering  heaters 


Cochrane  steam  separators 

Reilly  evaporators,   distillers  and  feed 

water  heaters 
Griscom-Russe!l  multiwhirl  coolers 
Moore  automatic  fuel  oil  regulators 
Diamond  soot  blowers 
Lagonda  tube  cleaners 
Copes  feed  water  regulators 
Lagonda  automatic  boiler  stop  valves 
Leslie  reducing  valves 
Turner  oil  filters 


And  All  Power  Plant  Auxiliaries 

Address  our  nearest  office  for  catalogs 
and  complete  information 

Home  Office:  SAN  FRANCISCO,  Sheldon  Building 

New  York  City,  Hudson  Terminal  Bldg. 
Los  Angeles,  I.  N.  Van  Nuys  Bldg.  Seattle,  L.  C.  Smith  Bldg. 

Salt  Lake  City,  705-6  Keams  Bldg.  Tucson,  21  South  Stone  Ave. 

Honolulu,  T.  H. 


129 


MACHINERY  AND  TOOLS 


MORSE  CHAIN  COMPANY 


ITHACA,  N.  Y. 


Belting — Silent  Chain 
Chains — Power  Transmission 
Chains — ^Silent  (Rocker-joint) 
Drives — ^Silent  Chain 
Chains — ^Drive 
Transmission — Silent  Chain 
Machinery — ^Trans'n  (Power) 
Gears — ^Silent  Chain 
Sprockets — Silent  Chain 


Chains — ^Sprocket  Wheel 
Gears — Spring 
Sprockets — Spring 
Gears — -Compensating 
Sprockets — ^Compensating 
Chains — Block 

Chains — ^Bicycle  (Twin-roller) 
Chains — Automobile  Engine 
Chains — ^Agricultural 


T.  S.  WAITERS,  Representative 


MONADNOCK  BUILDING 

681  Market  Street  Phone  Sutter  1975 


Fuller  &  Johnson  Engines 

GASOLINE 


DISTILLATE 


KEROSENE 


1  1-2  TO  2  5  Horse  Power 


Galvanized  STAR  Windmills 

NO-OiL-EM  BEARINGS 


LEADER  WATER  SYSTEMS 

RUNNING  WATER  UNDER  PRESSURE  IN 
YOUR  COUNTRY  HOME.    RUN  BY  GASO- 
LINE, ELECTRICITY  OR  HAND.     EASY  TO 
OPERATE  AND  SANITARY. 


HAND  and  POWER  PUMPS 

IRON   PIPE,  PIPE  FITTINGS, 
VALVES  AND  GENERAL  WATER 
SUPPLY  GOODS. 


PACIFIC  PUMP  &  SUPPLY  CO. 

Wholesale  Dealers 

853  Folsom  Street         San  Francisco,  Cal. 


130 


MACHINERY  AND  TOOLS 

—  G.  W.  PRICE  — 
Pump  and  Engine  Company 

MANUFACTURERS  OF 
HIGH  GRADE  PUMPING  AND  POWER  MACHINERY 

PUMP  CAPACITIES  FROM  10  GALLONS  PER 
MINUTE   TO   100,000   GALLONS    PER  MINUTE 

TYPE  "B.  B."  (Newly  Invented)  FITTED  WITH  BALL 
BEARINGS  ALL  OVER  TO  TAKE  CARE  OF  LOAD 
AND  THRUST 

TYPE  "S.  S."  LATEST  MODEL  OF  DOUBLE  'BEARING 
DOUBLE  SUCTION  HAVING  SHELL  DIVIDED  ALONG 
AXIS  OF  PUMPS 

FULL  LINE  OF  GAS  AND  OIL  ENGINES 
EVERYTHING  FOR  IRRIGATION.  WRITE  US 

PROMPT  DELIVERIES 

33  STEVENSON  STREET    ::    ::    SAN  FRANCISCO,  CALIF. 


Manufacturer  of  PERFECT  SPIRAL  and  RIBBON  CONVEYOR 


P.  H.  REARDON 

PULLEYS  57  FIRST  STREET  PIPE 
HANGERS  SAN  FRANCISCO  FITTINGS 

SHAFTING  VALVES 

PHONE  SUTTER 
10  3  7 


Compressed  Air  and  General  Machinery 


131 


MACHINERY  AND  TOOLS 


"  STERLING"  CENT.^IFUGAL 


"MARSH"  STEAM 


SIMONDS  MACHINERY  CO 


117-121  New  Montgomery  Street 
SAN  FRANCISCO 


TELEPHONE  KEARNY  14S7 


-ALSO- 


"LUITWIELER" 
Non-Pulsating,  Deep  Well  Pumps 


"KEWANEE" 
Water  Supply  Systems 


'DEMING"  TRIPLEX 


"HILL"  DEEPWELL 


THE  HOUSE 
OF  REBUILT  MACHINERY 

A.  H.  Simpson  Co. 

129  FREMONT  STREET,  S.  F. 

MACHINERY  AND  TOOLS 


FIRST  ST.  at  NATOMA  500  E.  THIRD  STREET 

SAN  FRANCISCO  LOS  ANGELES 


THE  F.  0.  STALLMAN  SUPPLY  CO. 

HIGH  GRADE-^ 

Machine  Tools  &  Supplies 


AGENTS  FOR 


BARBER  COLMAN  COMPANY 
KEARNEY  &  TRECKER  CO. 
GISHOLT  MACHINE  CO. 
RIVETT  LATHE  &  GRINDER  CO. 
THOMPSON  GRINDER  CO. 


GEAR  HOBBERS 

MILWAUKEE  MILLING  MACHINES 
TURRET  LATHES— BORING  MILLS 
PRECISION  LATHES 
UNIVERSAL  GRINDERS 


SULLIVAN  MACHINERY  CO. 


Air  Compressors 
Rock  Drills 
Drill  Sharpeners 
Diamond  Drills 
Diamond 
Drill  Con- 
tracting 


Drill  Steel  Furnaces 


MACHINES  AND  PARTS 
Carried  in  San  Francisco  Stock 

Warehouse:  46  NATOMA  ST. 
Office:  HOBART  BUILDING 


MACHINERY  AND  TOOLS 


The  Wellman-Seaver- Morgan  Company 

COAL  AND  ORE  HANDLING  MACHINERY: 

Traveling-  Bridges  with  Grab  Buckets,  W.  S.  M.  Unloaders,  Car  Dumpers,  Car 
Haulages,  Transfer  Cars,  Bucket  Handling  Cranes,  Revolving  Derricks,  Ex- 
cavating Buckets,  etc. 

SPECIAL  CRANES  FOR: 

Marine  work  with  pontoons,  concrete  handling,  shipbuilding,  steel  plant 
service,  and  where  special  equipment  is  required. 

HYDRAULIC  TURBINES: 

Horizontal  or  Vertical  with  spiral  or  steel  plate  cylindrical  casings,  or  for 
open  flume  settings.  Equipped  with  cast  steel,  cast  iron  or  bronze  runners, 
designed  for  the  highest  efficiencies.    Hydraulic  Valves. 

HOISTING  AND  MINING  MACHINERY: 

steam  or  Electric  Hoisting  Plants,  Cages  and  Skips,  Revolving  Car  Tipples, 
Akron  Chilian  Mills,  Safety  Detaching  Hooks. 

STEEL  WORKS  EQUIPMENT: 

Hughes  Mechanical  Gas  Producers  and  Valves,  Open  Hearth  Furnaces  and 
Metal  Mixers,  Continuous  Heating  Furnaces  with  Pushers,  Charging  Machines 
— High,  Low  and  Crane  Types,  Maniplators  for  wheels,  blooms,  slabs,  etc., 
Forter  Gas  and  Air  Valves,  Gantry  Cranes,  Special  Cranes  for  Heavy  Work. 

COKE  OVEN  MACHINERY 

Coal  Levelers,  Door  Extractors,  Coke  Quenchers,  Coke  Pushers,  Coke  Loaders. 

STEEIi  CASTINGS 

RUBBER  MACHINERY,  W.S.M.  Hydraulic  Tire  Presses,  Rubber  Calenders,  Mixing 
and  Grinding  Mills,  Tubing  Machines,  Vulcanizing  Presses,  Tire  Applying 
Presses,  Molds  and  Cores,  Iron  and  Steel  Castings. 


The  Wellman  -  Seaver  -  Morgan  Company 

Norman  S.  Ross,  Mgr. 
RIALTO  BUILDING  Telephone  Sutter  2206 


20±  Century  Mixers,  Pavers, 
Hoists,  Concrete  Carts,  Gas- 
oline AND  Kerosene  Engines 

IRQUOIS  STEAM  ROLLERS,  SCARIFIERS,  ASPHALT  PLANTS, 
TOOLS    and   EQUIPMENT.     METAL   WHEELS,   ALL  KINDS 

NORRIS  K.  DAVIS 

Telephone  MARKET  1675 
7th,  HARRISON  &  LANGTON  STS.    .-.    SAN  FRANCISCO 


The  Eby  Machinery  Co. 

SAWMILL  and  WOODWORKING  MACHINERY, 
DOWEL  DOOR  MACHINERY,  SHINGLE  MACHINERY, 
LINK     BELTING,     SPROCKET  WHEjELS 


MANUAL  TRAINING  and  PATTERN  SHOP  MACHINES,  Etc.,  Etc. 


:55  to  41    ^r  VTN  ST.    .-.    SAN  FRANCISCO 


134 


MACHINERY  AND  TOOLS 


GENERAL  MACHINE  WORK 

Repairing  and  Malting  of 

MARINE  AND  STATIONERY  ENGINES,  PUMPS  AND  OTHER  MACHINERY 
PIPE  THREADED  AND  MADE  UP  TO  SKETCH 
JOBBING 

C.  H.  EVANS  &  CO.,  Inc. 

MACHINE  WORKS 

187  FREMONT  St.,  San  Francisco  telephone  Kearny  1328 


W.  T.  QARRATT  &  CO. 

ESTABLISHED  1850 
BRASS  and  BELL  FOUNDRY,  MACHINE  and  HYDRAULIC  WORKS 

MANUFACTURERS  OF 

Garratt  Water  Qdte  Valves,  Qarratt  Marine  Valves,  Qarratt  Deep  Well  Pumps, 
Qarratt  Jackhead  Mining  Pumps,  Hooker  Double  Acting  Pumps,  Hooker  Ship 
Pumps,  Qarratt  Hand  Pumps,  Brass  Fittings  Screwed  and  Flanged,  Steam 
Engine  Supplies,  Qas  and  Water  Works  Supplies,  Church  and  School  Bells, 
Gongs.  Heavy  Machine  Work  and  Quantity  Brass  Work.  Brass  Castings  up  to 
5  Ton  Units. 

277=299  Fremont  Street     :     :    San  Francisco,  California 


C.  W.  MARWEDEL 


ESTABLISHED  1872 


TOOLS       SHOP  SUPPLIES 
BRASS  :  COPPER  :  STEEL  :  ALUMINUM  :  BRONZE 

IN    SHEETS,    RODS,    TUBES    and  WIRE 

76  FIRST  STREET  TELEPHONE  DOUGLAS  4180 


Complete  Machinery  Equipment 

=:FO  R   

GARAGES,  MACHINE  SHOPS,  FOUNDRIES 
SHIPBUILDING  PLANTS  ETC. 

Write  for  Catalogs. 

SMITH=BOOTH=USHER  CO. 

50-60  FREMONT  ST.  228  CENTRAL  AVE. 

San  Francisco  Taft  Los  Angeles 


13S 


MACHINERY  AND  TOOLS 


Herberts  Machinery  &  Supply  Co. 


Engine  Lathes 
Milling  Machines 
Screw  Machines 
Turret  Lathes 
Power  Punch  Presses 
Drill  Presses 


Machine  Tools 

Woodworking  Machinery 


Shapers 

Universal  Grinders 
Drill  Grinders 
Cylinder  Grinders 
Pulleys,  Band  Saws 
and  Saw  Tables 


Cor.  1st  and  Minna 


Telephone  Sutter  4967 


FRED    WARD  &  SON 

Headquarters  for 

HIGH  GRADE  MACHINE  TOOLS  and  SUPPLIES 


TOOL  GRINDERS 
PLANERS 
RADIAL  DRILLS 
UPRIGHT  DRILLS 
SHAPERS 

MILLING  MACHINES 
TURRET  LATHES 
ENGINE  LATHES 

Te'.  SUTTER  783 


including 

POWER  HACK  SAWS 
ELECTRIC  DRILLS 
ELECTRIC  GRINDERS 
BORING  MILLS 
PUNCHES  and  SHEARS 
MILLING  CUTTERS 
CORUNDUM  WHEELS 
CARBORUNDUM  WHEELS 


EMERY  CLOTH 
MACHINE  SCREWS 
TWIST  DRILLS  and  TATS 
CAP  and  SET  SCREWS 
MACHINE  SCREW  NUTS 
PLATERS  SUPPLIES 
SMALL  TOOLS 
GENERAL  SHOP  SUPPLIES 


170-174  FIRST  ST.,  SAN  FRANCISCO,  CAL. 


Western  Pipe  &  Steel  Co.  of  California 

Manufacturers  of 

RIVETED  STEEL,  IRRIGATION.  WELL  and 
CULVERT  PIPE,  OIL  and  WATER  STORAGE 
TANKS,    GAS    HOLDERS,    PENSTOCKS.  Etc. 


General  Office 

444    MARKET  STREET 
RICHMOND   :   LOS  ANGELES   :   FRESNO   :  TAFT 


Pyramid  Pumps 

33  Fremont  St. 


PUMPS 

For  Irrigation— Power,  Belt, 
Electricity,  Air,  Vacuum,  Ship, 
Spray,  Wine,  Oil,  Mines,  Steam 
Water  Works,  Wind  Mills. 
Road  Sprinkling,  Rams,  Hand, 
Deep  and  Shallow  Well  Pumps, 
Gould's  Celebrated  Triplex 
Pump.  W.  &  L.  Pneumatic 
Water  Supply  Systems,  Pipe, 
Pipe  Fittings,  Brass  Goods, 
Tanks,  Gasoline  Engines.  Send 
for  catalog— mailed  free. 

Woodin  &  Little 
Pump  House 


Hercules  Gasoline  Engines  V  i  to  12  H.P. 

San  Francisco,  California 


METAL 


John  Finn  Metal  Works 

384  Second  St.,  San  Francisco,  Cal. 

Branch  Colman  Building,  Seattle,  Washington 


Efficiency  and  Economy 
Proved 


Universally  Known  John  Finn's 
Special  Armature  Babbitt  Metal 
No  Service  to  Serve 


Finn's  Air  Separated  Zinc  Dust 
Where  Given  a  Mill  Test  has 
Subsequently  Been  Adopted  in 
Regular  Operation 


METALS 

Babbitt-Solder-Newspaper,  Tin 
Lead  and  Spelter 


WE  SOLICIT  YOUR  INQUIRIES 


13T 


METAL 


National  S 

m  p  1 1 1  rifJ 

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— 

Corporation 

INGOT  COPPER 

TITANIC 

PIG  LEAD 

INGOT  BRASS 

CALKING  LEAD 

PIG  TIN 

METAL 

BABBITT  METALS 

SLAB  ZINC 

TYPE  METALS 

554 

BRYANT  STREET 

TELEPHONE  SUTTER 

6605 

PACIFIC  METAL  WORKS 

JOHN  W.  HEIDT.  PRESIDENT     ~     ~     BRANCH.  LOS  ANGELES,  CAL. 

SOLDER  FOR  TINNERS,  PLUMBERS 
AND  METAL  ROOFERS 

CANNERS'  SOLDER  A  SPECIALTY 

WIRE,  TRIANGULAR  STICK,  DROP,  Etc. 

153-159  FIRST  ST., San  Francisco  s'uVter  608 


METAL  CUTTING 


Ten  Reasons 

WHY 

THE 

NAPIER 

Metal-Cutting 
Mac  hine 

Cuts  Your 
Metal-Cutting  Costs 

1.  It  cuts  fast  and  smooth. 

2.  Its  work  is  straight,  accu- 
rate and  clean. 

3.  It  requires  no  skill  to  run. 

4.  It  costs  less  to  operate. 

5.  It  is  built   strong  and 
rugged. 

6.  Its  power  consumption  is 
very  small. 

7.  Its  band*;  are  efficient  and 
long  wearing. 

8.  It  presents  no  danger  to 
the  operator. 

9.  It  is  finished  like  a  ma- 
chine tool. 

10.  It  needs  no  repairs  or 
looking  after. 

ASK   ro  SKK   I  HIS  M.ACHINE  IN  OPKKATION  //  Cuis  Metal-CuUing  Costs. 

THE  CHARLES  A.  DOWD  SALES  CO. 

320  Market  Street  ::  ::  San  Francisco,  California 

PACIFIC   COAST  DISTRIBUTORS,  METAL   SAW  &   MACHINE   COMPANY,  INC. 


138 


MILK  DEALERS 


UNITED  MILK  CO. 

"BOSSY  BRAND" 
PURE  PASTEURIZED 
MILK  AND  CREAM 

ALSO 

SLEEPY  HOLLOW  and  DIXON 
CERTIFIED  MILKS 

IF  THAT  IS  WHAT  YOU  WANT 

WE  HAVE  IT 


Telephone  Park  6400 


3201  SIXTEENTH  STEET 

CORNER  GUERRERO 


139 


MULTI  GRAPHING 


for  better  

MULTIGRAPHING 

MIMEOGRAPHING 

ADDRESSING 

Call     KEARNY  2782 

BE  AN  ST  ON  LETTER  COMPANY 

127  MONTGOMERY  STREET 


NEWSPAPER  REPRESENTATIVES 


Newspaper 
Advertising 


C  W.  R.  BARANGER  CO.  represent  the  leading  newspaper 
in  every  important  jobbing  center  in  the  United  States. 

€1,  They  will  render  a  complete  analysis  of  any  market  as  to  the 
sales  possibilities  of  any  product. 

519-520  EXAMINER  BUILDING    .-.    Phone  GARFIELD  130 


H  •  S  •  CROCKER  Co  •  Inc 

Loose  Leaf  House  of  San  Francisco 
Manufacturers  of 

Loose  Leaf  Ledgers 
and  Account  Books  •  Bank  Outfits  and 
LiOunty  Kecords  •  Office 
St  atlonery 


565-571  MARKET  STREET 

LOS  ANGELES  OAKLAND  SACRAMENTO 

723-725  Hill  St.  1444  Broadway  208-210  J  Street 


OFFICE  EQUIPMENT  AND  SUPPLIES 


Think  of  Rucker-Fuller 

If  you  are  planning  an  office, 
or  re-furnishing  your  pres- 
ent office,  or  expanding 
into  larger  of f  ices --- just 
think  '^Rucker-  Fuller." 
You  naturally  desire  good 
furnishings  at  reasonable 
cost.  And,  in  addition, 
real  Rucker-FuUer  service. 

A  courteous  Rucker-Fuller  equipment-engineer  is 
ever  ready  to  explain  best  systems  and  demonstrate 
the  excellency  of  our  superior  office  furniture. 


Do^A  Co. 

677  Mission  St. 
San  Francisco 


General  Office  Furnishings — Files  and  Supplies 
—  School,  Church  and  Theater  Seating 

WESTERN  DISTRIBUTORS  for  SHAW-WALKER  FILING  DEVICES 


To  reach  an  expert 
in  any  department, 
Phone  Douglas 

3  7  0  0 


141 


OFFICE  EQUIPMENT 


Office  and  Bank  Equipment 

Desks,  Filing  Equipment  and  Filing  Supplies 
Safes  and  Safe  Deposit  Boxes 

EDWARD  BARRY  COMR^ 

Salesroom:  566-8  California  St.  Telephone  SUTTER  2755 


OIL  REFINERS 


Master  Refining  Company 

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FOR  SUCCESSFUL  LUBRICATION  USE  MASTER  OILS 

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Hobart  Building  SUTTER  6080 


OIL  WELL  SUPPLIES 


CHAS.  M.  WOODS  &  CO. 

Oil  Well  Supplies 

BOILERS  ENGINES  TOOLS 

MINING  MACHINERY 
WIRE  ROPE  STEEL  RAILS 


Hobart  Building 

PHONE  SITTER  74!)5  •  SAX  FRAXCISCO 

Warehouse  and  Yard:  TAFT,  CALIF. 


PAINT  MANUFACTURERS 


W.  P.  FULLER  &  CO 


DEALERS  IN 


PAINTS  .  OILS 
GLASS 

MANUFACTURERS  OF 

Pioneer  White  Lead,  Mixed  Paints, 
Varnishes,  Mirrors,  Etc. 
•  • 

301  Mission  Street 

san  francisco,  -  -  calif. 


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Manufacturers 


THE   FAMOUS    GREEN   LABEL  LINE 


THE  GLIDDEN  COMPANY 

OF  CALIFORNIA 
123-169  Hooper  St.     MARKET^ 200     Sati  Ffaiicisco 


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PAINT  MANUFACTURERS 


Sherwin-Williams 

Products 

Paints  Pigments 
Varnislies  Cliemicais 
Dyestuffs  Disinfectants 
Colors         Wood  Preservatives 
Insecticides 

The  Sherwin-Williams  Co. 

Pacific  Coast  Distribution  Points: 
SAN  FRANCISCO      LOS  ANGELES      PASADENA  EMERYVILLE 
PORTLAND        SEATTLE  SPOKANE 

Offices  :  General  Offices  and  Plant: 

466  Second  St.,  San  Francisco,  Cal.  Shellmound  Ave.  &  Norton  St.,  Emeryville,  Cal- 

Phones:  Kearny  1560  and  1561  Phone  Piedmont  885 


National  Paint  CS,  Oil  Co. 

C.  C.  BOYLAN,  President 

cTWanufacturers  §f 

Paints,  Oils,  Varnishes,  Etc. 

Damp  Proofing  and  Fireproof  Paints 
666-668  HOWARD  ST.  SAN  FRANCISCO 


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of  Earned 
in  S)ireetcri( 


1916  •Ji;i,60.'i 

1915  410,744 

1914  407,346 

ini.'i  404,453 

1914   194,774 

1911    189.653 

1910  1S6.148 

1909    175,414 

1908  167,676 

1907    150,744 


PAPER  PRODUCTS 


National  Paper  Products 


National  Corrugated  and  Solid  Fibre  Shipping 
Cases  Corrugated  Specialties  -i^  Mailing  Tubes 
Fibre  Cans  ^  Paper  Specialties  a*  Envelopes 
Public  Service  Paper  Towels,  Sop-O-Zon  Liquid 
Soap  ■i^  Chemical  Disinfectants  ^  Pest  Poisons 


NATIONAL  PAPER  PRODUCTS  COMPANY 

1789  Montgomery  Street  San  Francisco,  California 

Telephone  Sutter  7031 

Plants  at  STOCKTON,  LOS  ANGELES,  CHICAGO,  ILL. 
BROCKVILLE,  ONT.,  CARTHAGE,  N.  Y.,  NEW  YORK  CITY 


PHONOGRAPHS 


Pacific  Coast  Distributors 


OF  PHONOGRAPHS 


THE  NORRIS  ALISTER-BALL  CO. 

W.  J.  BROWNE 

Western  Representative 


150  POST  STREET 
San  Francisco 


Telephone 
KEARNY  266 


STOCK  CARRIED  IN  SAN  FRANCISCO 


145 


PIPE  TANKS  AND  SILOS 


REDWOOD 

MANUFACTURERS  CO 

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HOBART  BUILDING 

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PIPE 

-   TANKS   -  SILOS 

Phone  Garfield  1910 

PLUMBERS'  SUPPLIES 

Great  Western  Supply  Co. 

549  Howard  St.,  San  Francisco 

VALVES -FITTINGS  PIPE 


MILL  AND  MINE  SUPPLIES 
HOSE  :  BELTING  :  PACKING 

PHONES   SUTTER  4447-4448 


PRINTERS 


The  Recorder  Printing  and  Publishing  Co. 

Service  and  Quality  Printers  for  20  years 

Printing,  Publishing,  Book-Binding,  Steel  Die  Engraving 

and  Stamping 


689   STEVENSON  STREET 

Downtown  Office:  77  SUTTER  STREET 


SAN  FRANCISCO 

Telephone  Market  1190 


H.  S.  CROCKER  CO.,  Inc. 

Loose  Leaf  House  of  San  Francisco 


•MANUFACTURERS  OF- 


LOOSE  LEAF  LEDGERS  and  ACCOUNT  BOOKS 
BANK  OUTFITS  and  COUNTY  RECORDS 
OFFICE  STATIONERY 


565-571  MARKET  STREET 


LOS  ANGELES 
723-725  Hill  St. 


OAKLAND 

1+44  Broadway 


SACRAMENTO 

208-210  J  St. 


146 


CABLE  &  TELEGRAPH  ADDRESS  ABC  CODE,  4th  EDITION,  BENTLEYS 

"DOWDIESEL"  WESTERN  UNION  TELEGRAPH  CODE 

Dow  Pump  and  Diesel  Engine  Co. 

Established  1880 
MANUFACTURERS  OF 

DIESELTYPE  OIL  ENGINES 

PUMPING  MACHINERY 

PUMPS 

Air  +  Centrifugal  +  Deep  Well  +  Irrigation  +  Oil 
Sinking  +  Duplex  +  Vacuum  +  Horizontal  +  Vertical  « 

SEND  FOR  CATALOGUES 


Paci^c  Northwest  Representative: 

PACIFIC  NET  &  TWINE  CO. 

SEATTLE,  WASH. 

General  Offices  and  Works:  Alameda,  California 
Sales  Offices:  311  California  St.,  San  Francisco 


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REFRIGERATION 


Refrigerating  Machinery,  Dairy  Machinery,  Ammonia,  Cooling  Towers,  Cold  Storage  Rooms, 
Insulating  Materials,  Creamery  Machinery,  Pipe  and  Fittings, 
Lubricating  Oils, 

Marshall  &  Marshall,  Inc. 

Refrigerating  Engineers 

325-335  Pacific  Street 

DAY  AND  NIGHT  SERVICE  W.  H.  ZIRBEL,  Vice-Pres.  &  Mgr. 

Office  Phone  Douglas  2498  Telephone  Alameda  1926-J 


H  •  S  •  CROCKER  Co  •  I 

NC. 

'The  Loose  Leaf  House  of  San  Francisco 

 MANUFACTURERS  OF  

Loose  Leaf  Ledgers 

and  Account  Books 

Bank  Outfits  and 

County  Records 

Office  Stationery 

Telephone  "Douglas  5800 

565^571  MARKET  ST. 

LOS  ANGELES                             OAKLAND  SACRAMENTO 
723-725  Hill  St.                                 1444  Broadway                                  208-210  J  Street 

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REAL  ESTATE 


GEORGE  U.  HIND 

L.  L.  GREEN  WELL 

President 

Vice-President  and  Manager 

COMPANY 

^^^^  /^^H 

245  Montgomery  St. 

Telephone  Douglas  573 

REAL 

ESTATE 

Selling 

Renting 

Leasing 

Investments 

Care  of  Estates 

INSURANCE 

Fire 

Bonds 

Marine 

Casualty 

Automobile 

149 


RUBBER  GOODS 


The  B.  F.  Goodrich  Rubber  Co. 

401  MISSION  STREET  PHONE  SUTTER  5161 


"Everything  That's  Best  in  Rubber" 


A  UTOMOBILE,  TRUCK,  MOTORCYCLE  and 
C>nL  BICYCLE  TIRES.  ^  HOSE,  BELTING, 
PACKING,  MOULDED  GOODS,  RUBBER  TIL- 
ING, MATTING.  -SHI.  DRUGGISTS'  RUBBER 
SUNDRIES,  HOT  WATER  BOTTLES, 
SYRINGES,  TUBING,  RUBBER  CEMENTS. 


The  Diamond  Rubber  Company 

401  MISSION  STREET  (Incorporated)  PHONE  SUTTER  5161 

AUTOMOBILE,  MOTORCYCLE  and  BICYCLE  TIRES 
HOSE     BELTING     PACKING     MOULDED  GOODS 


The  Gutta  Percha  &  Rubber  Mfg.  Co. 


(  Belting 

RUBBER  Hose 

(  Packing 

43-47  Fremont  St. 
San  Francisco,  California 


ISO 


RUBBER  GOODS 


R.  H.  PEASE,  President  and  Treasurer 

Goodyear  Rubber 
Company 

NO  CONNECTION  WITH  OTHER  FIRMS  USING  THE  NAME  'GOODYEAR' 

BELTING  ••  PACKING  -  HOSE 
Rubber  Boots  and  Shoes  •  •  Keds 
Oiled  Clothing  •  •   '  'Slip  ons ' ' 

539  MISSION  STREET 

Rubber  Factory  in  San  Francisco 


RUBBER 


BEL  TING 

HOSE 

PACKING 

FOR  TRANSMISSION 
CONVEYORS 
ELEVATORS 

Rubber  Sundries 

RUBBER  VALVES 

MOLD  WORK 
BUMPERS 
TRUCK 
WHEEL  TIRES 
CEMENT 

FOR  WATER 
"  STEAM 
"  AIR 

"  CHEMICALS 
"  FIRE 

GARDEN 
"  OIL 

"     AUTO  RADIATOR 

SUCTION 
"  VACUUM 

Sheet   and  Piston 

FOR  COLD  WATER 
"  STEAM 
"  OIL 

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MATS    and  MATTING 
and  INTERLOCKING 
RUBBER  TILING 

New  York  Belting  and  Packing  Co. 

ESTABLISHED  1846 
Branches  and  Agencies  in  all  Principal  Cities 

519  Mission  St.    (Phone  Douglas  1837)    San  Francisco. 


151 


RUBBER  GOODS 


United  States  Rubber  Company 

SAN  FRANCISCO  BRANCH  .'.  300-336  SECOND  ST. 


Stencils.Seals.SignsjcEtc. 

560  MARKET  ST.  SAN  FRANCISCO 


152 


SCALES 


HOWE  SCALES 

AUTOMATIC 

COMPUTING 

RAILROAD  TRACK 
AUTO  TRUCK 
WAGON 

DORMANT 
PORTABLE 

COUNTER 


TRUCKS  Two  and  Four  Wheeled  TRUCKS 


Refrigerator  Counters  and  Refrigerators 

BUTCHERS'  SUPPLIES 

Slaughter  House  Equipment 
Market  Fixtures 

Troemner's  Electric  Meat  Choppers 
and  Coffee  Mills 


SAFES  FIRE-PROOF  SAFES 


THE  HOWE  SCALE  COMPANY 

521   MISSION  STREET 

SAN  FRANCISCO,  CAL. 


153 


SHEET  METAL  WORKS 


GEO.  S.  FORDERER  ESTABLISHED,  1875  JOS.  F.  FORDERER 

President  and  Manager  Vice-President 

FORDERER  CORNICE  WORKS 

Fireproof   Metal   Window    Frames   and  Sashes 

SHEET  METAL  WORKS  HOLLOW    METAL    DOORS  COPPER    AND  ZINC 

^^,™;^URAL  ^fiJ!™AfE    AND    METAL  ORNAMENTS 

METAL  WINDOWS  ROOFING 

FIRE    DOORS    APPROVED  PATENTED    VENTILATED  CORNICE  METAL 

BY    FIRE    UNDERWRITERS  SKYLIGHTS.  VENTILATORS  KALAMEIN  IRON  DOORS 

CORNER  POTRERO  AVENUE  and  16th  ST.       Tel.  MARKET  546 


PRINTERS 
BOOKBINDERS 
LITHOGRAPHERS 
STATIONERS 

LOOSE  LEAF  LEDGERS 
TYPEWRITER  SUPPLIES 


H  •  S  •  CROCKER  Co  •  Inc. 

565-571  MARKET  STREET 

Teh^hcni  'Douglas  5800 

ALSO  AT 

LOS  ANGELES  OAKLAND  SACRAMENTO 


SHIPBUILDING 


BETHLEHEM 

Shipbuilding  Corporation,  Ltd. 

rininn  Pliinf   PotreroWorks--Alameda Works --Hunters Point 

SAN      FRANCISCO,  CALIFORNIA 


Marine  Turbines  (Curtis)  Modern  Gold  Dredgers 
Marine  Diesel  Engines         Steel  Hulls 

Reciprocating  Engines  Water-Tight  Doors  and 
Scotch  Boilers  Hatches 

Yarrow  Water  Tube  Mechanical  Fuel  Oil 

Boilers  Burners 

Auxiliary  Machinery  Steel  Railway  Coaches 
Mining  and  Special  Machinery 

SHIP  SHIP 
BUILDING  REPAIRING 

Union  Plant's  Complete  Facilities: 

2  GRAVING  DOCKS 

17  Building  Ways  4  Floating  Dry  Docks 

3  Work  Barges  2  Marine  Railways  3  Shearlegs 

10,000  LINEAL  FEET  OF  WHARFAGE 
70  MODERN  FIREPROOF  BUILDINGS 

With  Modern  Machinery 

1,500,000  SQ.  FT.  OF  FLOOR  SPACE 


The  complete  facilities  of  the  Union  Plant  are  unsurpassed 
on  the  Pacific  Coast.  All  types  of  construction  and  repair 
work  are  performed  economically,  speedily  and  efficiently. 

Head  Office:  Bethlehem,  Pa. 

SAN  FRANCISCO  OFFICES  : 
260  California  Street  20th  and  Illinois  Streets 


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SHIPBUILDING 


T)esigners  and  'Builders  of  All  Types  of  Steel  Vessels 


Plant  of  the  Moore  Shipbuilding  Company 


Self  Contained  Shipyard  Completely  Equipped  Shops 
Eight  Building  Berths         Brass  and  Iron  Founders 

Four  Drydocks  with  Lifting  Capacity  up  to  24,000  Tons 

DRYDOCKING  AND  MARINE  REPAIRING 

Given  Preferred  Attention 

Builders  of  Steam  and  Diesel  Marine  Engines,  Scotch 
Boilers,  Dredging  and  Hoisting  Machinery  and  Tanks. 

Catalogue  of  Moore's  Patented  Fuel  Oil  Burning  System  Mailed  on  Request 


The  Company  Holds  Two  World's  Records  in  Shipbuilding 

Launched  Six  Vessels,  aggregating  58,200  tons,  in  One  Hour 
Built  and  Delivered  the  10,000  ton  Tanker  Vacuum  in  114  Days 


Shipyard  and  Main  Office  San  Francisco  Shops  at 

Oakland,  California        678  Second  Street 

Telephone:  LAKESIDE  5180  Telephone:  KEARNY  5284 

Cable  Address:  "MOORSIIIP" 


SHIPBUILDING 


Union  Construction  Co. 

Engineers  and  Sliiptuilders 

SAN  FRANCISCO,  CALIFORNIA 

Main  Office  at  Plant  Pkone  Lakeside  6300 

Foot  of  14tli  Street,  Oakland,  California 


S.  S.  Havilah,  g,400  TDW,  built  for  U.  S.  Shipping  Board 


Complete  'Modern  Equipment 
Sor 

Ship  C  onstruction  and  Rep  airs 
Placer  Dredges  for  Gold  and  Tin 
Suction  Dredges  ^  River  Boats 
Barges    and    Special   W^o  r  k 


SHIPPING,  COMMISSION  MERCHANTS 


ESTABLISHED  1870 


Geo.  Herrmann  Company 

..Shipping  and  Commission  Mercliants.. 


Dealers  in 

HOPS,  ANHYDROUS  AMMONIA 
AQUA  AMMONIA  26'\  SOLVAY 
75%  CALCIUM  CHLORIDE 
GREER'S  WASHING  AMMONIA 

PABST  BREWING  GO'S 
FERMENTONE  MALT  EXTRACT 

BLUE  RIBBON  MALT  SYRUP 
CROWN  BRAND  PACKET  HOPS 


300  Front  Slreef  San  Francisco 

TELEPHONE  SUTTER  2798 

ESTABLISHED  1893  TELEPHONE    KEARNY  2441 

R.  A.  HOLCOMBE  &  CO. 

IMPORTERS'  AND  EXPORTERS 
MANUFACTURERS'  AGENT 


HANDLERS  OF=^  FOOD  PRODUCTS.  VEGETABLE  OILS,  RAW  MATERIALS 

24  CALIFORNIA  STREET         ::         ::         SAN  FRANCISCO 

A  GOOD  OPPORTUNITY 

to  put  information  about  your  business  where  people  will  see  it 

The  City  Direc-  |Q  PIPUT  UpDp  time. Those  who 
tory  is  the  most  10  nUlil  I  IlLIIL  buy  without 
effective   and  looking  at  the 

economical  method  of  reach-  list  of  those  who  sell  do 
ing  all  the  people  all  the        themselves  a  great  injustice. 


SHOES,  WHOLESALE 


IVholesale 

SHOES,  RUBBERS 
TENNIS  SHOES 
OIL  CLOTHING 

A  Large  Stock  for  Immediate  Delivery 
WE    MAINTAIN   A  SPECIAL 

Export  Department 

Write  for  Catalog    .  Samples  on  Request 

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CAHN-NICKELSBURG  &  CO. 

300  MISSION  STREET— Cor.  Beale 
Phone  Garfield  490  SAN  FRANCISCO 

LOS  ANGELES  SALESROOMS— 731  SO.  LOS  ANGELES  ST. 


STORAGE 


SAFETY  FOR  HOUSEHOLD  GOODS 


San  Francisco  Warehouse:  13th  and  Mission  Sts. 
San  Francisco  Oakland  Los  Angeles 


STOVES  AND  RANGES  

The  R^ange  that  Assures 
Perfect  Cooking  Always 

IN  ANY  climate  any- 
where, under  all  con- 
ditions theWEDGEWOOD 
holds  to  its  reputation  as 
the  range  of  satisfactory 
cooking  results.  For 
baking  or  boiling,  roasting 
or  broiling— for  any  cook- 
ing purpose  it  never  fails. 

Built  to  endure,  to  econ- 
omize fuel— to  serve— it  is 
the  choice  of  thousands 
of  competent  housewives. 

WEDQEWOOD  RANGES 

For  WOOD  and  C:OAL  or  GAS 

JAS.  GRAHAM  MFG.  CO.  531  MISSION  ST.,  S.  F. 


IGO 


STOVES  AND  TINWARE 


MANGRUM  &  OTTER,  Inc. 


Hotel  and  Household  Utensils 


REFRIGERATORS,  STOVES,  RANGES,  FURNACES, 
STEAM,  HOT  WATER  and  HOT  AIR  HEATING, 
GRATES,    FIREPLACE  ACCESSORIES 


827-831  MISSION  STREET 


Between  4th  and  5th 


SURVEYORS'  AND  DRAWING  INSTRUMENTS 


FREDERICK  POST  COMPANY 

OF  CALIFORNIA 

ENGINEERING,  MINING  AND  SURVEYING  INSTRUMENTS 
DRAWING    MATERIAL   AND  EQUIPMENT 
BLUE  AND  BROWN  PRINT  PAPERS 

AGENTS  FOR 

BERGER  AND  GURLEY  SURVEYING  INSTRUMENTS 


79  NEW  MONTGOMERY  ST. 


Phone  Kearny  5884 


TANKS 


Pacific  Redwood  Tanks 
Redwood  Silos 
Redwood  Water  Pipe 


Made  in  all  commercial  sizes  and  ready 
for  prompt  shipment  in  small  or 
carload  lots. 


Call  Kearny  3620 


PACIFIC  TANK  (/  PIPE  CO. 

THE    STANDARD    SINCE  66 

318  Market  St.  San  Francisco 


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TRUSSES 


JOY'S 

EDWIN  W.  JOY 

ELASTIC  HOSIERY  TRUSSES    »    VETERINARY  AND  SURGICAL 

INSTRUMENTS    »    ABDOMINAL  BELTS  DRUGS.  ETC. 

TELEPHONE   DOUGLAS  2406 

COR.  Sutter  and  Kearny  Streets 

TYPEWRITER  SUPPLIES 


TYPEWRITERS  RENTED 


3  Months— Non-Visible —$5.00 
3  Months—  Visible  —$7.50  up 


American  Writing  Macliine  Co. 

506  Market  Street  Phone  Douglas  649 

REBUILT  TYPEWRITERS 

Standard  Makes       Satisfaction  Guaranteed 

Typewriter  Ribbons,  Carbon  Papers,  Etc. 


Typewriter  Supplies 

Loose  Leaf  Ledgers  S^ccount  Boohs  Bank  Outfits 

County  'R.ecords  Office  Stationery 


H  S  CROCKER  GO  ING- 

565-571  Market  Street  "Telephone  'Douglas  5800 


102 


UNDERTAKERS 


H.  F,  SUHR 


H.  FRED  SUHR.  Jr 


A.  W.  NELSON 


H.  F.  SUHR  ^  CO. 

(Established  1884) 

House  of  Service 

OUR  CHARGES  CONSISTENT  WITH  ANY  ONE'S  REQUIREMENT 

2919  Mission  Street 


Phones: 

MISSION  98  and  99 


TELEPHONE  MISSION  1 

GEO.  L.  SUHR 

Sukr  Wieboldt 

Huneral  Directors  and  Emtoalmers 

1465  to  1473  VALENCIA  STREET 

{Between  25th  and  26th  Sts.) 


S.  A.  WHITE 

Formerly  PORTER  is  ll'HITE 

Puneral  Director 

2200  SUTTER  STREET 

{N.  fV.  Cor.  Pierce) 

Private  residence  accommodations  without 
extra  charge.  Personal  services  under  all 
conditions.  Trained  Lady  attendant. 
Catholic  equipment  and  service  most  com- 
plete. Charges  moderate.  Automobile  serv- 
ice. Telephone  West  770  connecting  all 
departments. 


RrCHMOND  BRANCH 

819  Clement  Street 
phone  pacific  307 


J.  C.  O'CONNOR  Sc  CO. 

Jfuneral  directors! 


532    VALENCIA  STREET 
Phone  Market  5198  San  Francisco.  Cal. 


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TTtica 

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Wheeling 

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1920 

Containing 
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a  Directory  of  the  City  and  County  Officers, 
Churches,  Public  and  Private  Schools, 
Secret,  Benevolent,  Literary, 
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INDEX  TO  CONTENTS 


Page 

Alphabetical  list  of  names   277 

Appendix    169 

Bene&t  Associations    186 

Benevolent  Societies    186 

Buildings,  Blocks,  etc  1718 

Cemeteries    175 

Classified  Business  Directory   1665 

Churches    176 

City  and  County  Government    183 

Colleges  and  Private  Schools    180 

Consults    526 

Exchanges    180 

Federal  Government  Officers    180 

Fire   Department    174 

Hospitals,  Homes  and  Asylums    184 

Improvement   Clubs    185 


Page 

Institutes,  Societies,  etc   180 

Libraries    175 

Literary    186 

Medical  and  Dental  Colleges  187 

Military    199 

Police  Department    174 

Post  Office   1295 

Protective  Associations    186 

Religious  Societies   '  186 

Schools — Public    199 

Scientific  Societies  ,  186 

Secret  Societies    200 

Social  Societies    186 

State  Officers  and  Boards    182 

Street  and  Avenue  Guide    211 

Trade  and  Labor  Organizations    196 

United  States  Courts  and  Officers   180 


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Acme  Engine  Co  t   89 

Acme  Law  &  Collection  Agency   74 

Acme  Lumber  Co  1838 

Addresserpress    8 

Addressograph  Co  Side  Lines 

Advance-Eumely  Thresher  Co   9 

Advertising  Art  Studios   1669 

Alhambra  Water  Co  Left  side  lines 

AUec  J  1763 

AUis-Chalmers  Mfg.  Co   122 

Allen,  L.  D.  Ino   17 

Allen  Wiley  B.  Co  Listings 

Am.  Can  Co  Listings 

Am.  Radiator  Co  Listings 

Am.  Writing  Machine  Co. .  .Bottom  lines  and  162 

Ames  Harris  Neville  Co  Side  lines  and  37 

Anderson  C.  A  Top  lines  and  88 

Andrew  John  R   102 

Andrews  Diamond  Palace    115 

Anglo-California  Trust  Co  47-54 

Anglo  and  London  Paris  Nat.  Bank   49 

Art  Slide  Studio   1882 

Asbestos  Co.  of  California    11 

Associated  Advertising  Agency   1669 

Associated  Catalogs   Bottom  lines 

Associated  Health  Service ....  Side  lines,  96,  1804 

Atkins  E,  C.  &  Co  Listings 

Ault  &  Wiborg  Co  1893 

Austin  Western  Road  Machy.  Co   77 

Auto  Fender  &  Radiator  Wks  1688 

Auto  Salvage  &  Supply  Co  1690 

Bacon  Edward  R.  Co   76 

Bailey  Chas,  M  Listings 

Baird-Bailhache  Co  Listings 

Baker  Hamilton  Pacific  Co   93 

 Inside  front   cover,  99 

Baker  M.  C.  &  Son   Listings 

Balderston  W.  P.  Co  1706 

Balfour  Guthrie  &  Co  Listings 

Banca  Popolare  Fugazi    62 

Bank  of  California    41 

Barozzi   Dryers   1839 

Barry  Edward  Co   142 

Bateman   Wm  1867 

Beanston  Letter  Co   140 

Beaver  Board  Companies    69 

Bekins  Van  &  Storage  Co  

 Right  top  lines,  160,  1783,  1933 

Belknap  Rapid  Addressing  Systems   8 

Bemis  Bro.  Bag  Co   36 

Benson  W.  J.  Co  Listings 

Berger  Mfg.   Co   110 

Bethlehem  Shipbuilding  Co   165 

Bishop  Caluculation  Recorder  Co  

 Right  side  lines,  7 

Blackwell,   F.   E  1915 

Blake  Moffltt  &  Towne   Top  lines,  1876 

Bolander  L  Ph.  &  Son  1780 

Bosserman  &  Mertens  Co.. Left  side  lines,  6,  1667 

Brodgen-Becker  Co  Right  top  lines 

Brown  Edward  &  Sons    424 

Brown  F.  M.  &  Co..  Front  cover,  side  lines,  56 

Browne  W.  J   145 

Brunswicke-Balke-Collender  Co  

 ...Bottom  lines,  60,  1706 

Builder  Daily  Pacific   Bottom  lines,  69 

Building  and  Engineering  News.  ..  .Bottom  lines 

BuUen  &  Co  Right  side  lines,  7 

Butler  School  of  Commerce,  Right  side  lines,  74 

Byron  Jackson  Iron  Works  Side  lines,  118 

Cadillac  Motor  Cars    15 

Cadwalader  Chase  Co   24 


Cahn  Nickelsburg  &  Co   169 

Caldwell  Sales  Co   94 

California  Artistic  Metal  &  Wire  Co  104 

California  Clock  Co  71,  1734 

California  Glue  Co  Bottom  lines,  90 

California  Hydraulic  Eng.  &  Supply  Co....  122 

California  Iron  Yards   1825 

California  Macaroni  Co   118 

California  Machinery  Co  Left  side  lines,  123 

California  Mill  Co  1888 

California  Sales  Co  1689 

California  Wire  Cloth  Co  Listings 

Case  J.  I.  Threshing  Mach.  Co  Listings 

Cassaretto  John   1793 

Central  Coal  Co  Side  lines,  71 

Cincinnati  Time  Recording  Co  1946 

City  Coal  Co  Listings 

Clark  N,  &  Sons    66 

Clydesdale  Motor  Truck  Co  Side  lines,  27 

Coast  Rock  &  Gravel  Co   63 

Colburn's    89 

Cole  Aero-Eight  Motor  Cars    17 

Collins  M.  V  1861 

Collins  &  Webb    123 

Columbia  Steel  Co   110 

Commercial  Camera  Co  1744 

ControUograph  Co  Listings 

Cook  H.  N.  Belting  Co  Bottom  lines,  58 

Cooper  Coates  &  Casey  Dry  Goods  Co.  ..Listings 

Comely  E.  A,  Inc  Side  lines,  30 

Cottrell  Bros  Left  top  lines 

Crane  Co  Listings 

Crocker  National  Bank    43 

Crosby  Steam  Gage  &  Valve  Co ... .  Side  Lines 

Daily  Pacific  Builder  Bottom  lines,  69 

Dairy  Delivery  Co   661 

Dalton  Adding  Machine  Co   8 

Davidson  &  Leigh   1900 

Davis  Norris  K.  Machine  Wks  

 134,  1716,  1738,  1743 

Decker  Chas.  W  1749 

Decker  J.  Henry   1749 

Degen  L.  P.  Belting  Co   69 

DeHaas  C.  A.  &  Co  Top  lines  6-1667 

Delaval  Dairy  Supply  Co   78 

de  Roos  Henry  G  116-1829 

Diamond    Palace   115 

Diamond  Rubber  Co   150 

Dick  R.  &  J.  Co  1704-1895 

Dietzgen  Eugene  Co  Top  lines  9-82 

Ditty   Bros   87 

Dolson  &  Anderson   1789 

Dominion  Asbestos  &  Rubber  Co   12 

Don  Lee — Cadilac    16 

Double  Seal  Ring  Co  Side  lines  32 

Dow-Herriman  Co   124 

Dow   Pums  &  Engine   Co  83-147 

Dowd  Chas.  A,  Sales  Co   138 

Drew  Frank  B.  Co  1716 

Dunham  Carrigan  &  Hayden  Co   92 

East  &  West  Export  Co  Side  lines,  100 

Eby  Machinery  Co  Back  sever,  134 

Eccles  &  Smith  Co  Top  edge,  125 

Edison  Dictating  Machine  Co   80 

Eisenhart  John  H  1696 

Electric  Storage  Battery  Co  Listings 

Elliott   Co   8 

Enterprise  Foundry  Co   Ill 

Erskine  W.  W  8-80 

Essex  Automobiles    13 

Evans  C.  H.  &  Co.  ...Right  side  lines,  135-1769 
Exide  Battery  Co  Listings 


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Eyre  Edward  I.,  &  Co  Listings 

Fairbanks  Morse  &  Co  Bottom  lines,  126 

Farns worth  &  Ruggles   Listings 

Field  W.  H.  Detective  Bureau  

 Side  lines,  79-1753 

Filmer  Bros  Bottom  lines,  81 

Finn  John  Metal  Works    137 

Firemans  Fund  Ins.  Co  Front  cover,  101 

First  National  Bank  of  S.  F  Backbone,  45-1699 

Fisher  L.  P.  Adv.  Agcy  1669 

Fleishhacker  A.  &  Co  Listings 

Forhes  John   1665 

Ford  &  Geirrine   Listings 

Forderer  Cornice  Works   164 

Foster  N.  &  Co  1886 

Frawley  Motor  Co   21 

French  American  Bank    63 

Fugazi   Banca   Popolare   62 

Fuller  W.  P.  &  Co   143 

Garfield  &  Co  Bottom  lines  126 

Garford  Motor  Truck  Co  1692 

Garratt-Callahan  Co   62 

Garratt  W.  T.  &  Co   135 

General  Machinery  &  Supply  Co. ...Top  lines,  127 

Gerdes  Fred  C.  Storage  Co  Top  lines,  83 

Gibbs  Bert  F.  Side  lines,  34 

Gignao  Secret  Service  Bureau . .  Backbone,  78-1753 

Gilley  Schmid  Co  Side  lines  95 

Gladding  McBean  Co   64 

Glidden   Co   143 

Globe  Indemnity  Co  Listings 

Globe-Wernicke  Co  Side  lines 

Goodrich  B,  F,  Rubber  Co   143 

Goodyear  Rubber  Co   151 

Gorham  Fire  Apparatus  Co  Front  cover,  85 

Grace  W.  R,  &  Co  Listings 

Graham  Jas.  Mfg.  Co  Side  lines  160 

Gray  Geo,  A.  Co  Side  lines  81 

Great  Western  Smelting  &  Refining  Co  1851 

Great  Western  Supply  Co   146 

Griffith-Durney  Co  Side  lines  70 

Grinnell  Co.  of  the  Pacific    85 

Gruss  Air  Spring  Co   28 

Gunn  Carle  &  Co   Ill 

Gutta  Percha  &  Rubber  Mfg.  Co   160 

H.  &  M.  C.  Co  1723 

Hall  A.  I.  &  Son    787 

Hall  Norman  F.  &  Co  1708 

Harris  Manly  S  1172 

Harrison  Food  Products  Co  1859 

Harrison  H.  0.  Co   13 

Hart  Wm.  Investigating  Bureau  

 Side  lines  1764-1822 

Haskins  &  Sells   1665 

Heald's  Business  College   Listings 

Hendy  Joshua  Iron  Works    121 

Henes  Louis  G  Top  and  right  side  lines,  119 

Hemy  Carl  A  831-1816 

Herberts  Machinery  &  Supply  Co   136 

Herbst  Wm.  &  Co  1733 

Hermann   Safe  Co  1913 

Herrmann  Geo.  Co  Side  lines  158 

Hetty   Bros  Listings 

Heunisch  A.  G.  Co  Listings 

Hibernia  Savings  &  Loan  Society   55 

Hind  Company  Side  lines  149-1816-1900 

Hoagland  Wm.  W  1760 

Hoffschneider   Bros   81 

Holcombe  R.  A.  &  Co   158 

Home  Mfg.  Co  Listings 

Horsford  Bros.   Co   127 

Hotel   St.   Francis   4-97 

Howe  Scale  Co   153 

Hudson  Automobiles    13 

Humboldt  Savings  Bank    42 

Hyland  Bag  Co  Bottom  lines,  36 

Ideal  Electric  Traveling  Oven  Co   38 

Independent  Pnuematic  Tool  Co  

 Bottom  lines  128 

IngersoU-Rand  Co.  of  Cal   120 

Ink  Ribbon  Mfg.  Co  1814 

International  Employment  Agoy   1768 

International  Harvester  Co  Listings 

International  Radiator  Co  Bottom  lines  1688 

International  Silver  Co   886 

International  Time  Recorder  Co  1946 

Italian  American  Bank    39 

Jackson  Byron  Iron  Works  Side  lines  118 

Jardine  Machinery  Co   128 

Johns  &  Bobbins   Listings 

Jones  S.  L.  Co.  Inc   98 

Joost   Bros  1800 

Jorgensen  C.  &  Co  Side  lines  66 

Joshua  Hendy  Iron  Works    121 

Joy  Edwin  W   167 


Page 

Kane  A.  J.  Detective  Agcy,  ..Top  lines,  79,  1755 

Kanzee  Geo  1832 

Kelly-Linehan  Belting  Co  Top  lines  59 

Kenney  M.  L  1687 

Kerrigan  Eugene  J  1755 

Keuifel  &  Esser  Co   80 

Keystone  Ornamental  Iron  &  Bronze  Wks. . .  92 

King  Coal  Company   8-72 

Kirchmann  Henry  Jr   117 

Kissel  Kar    18 

Kneass  Geo.  W   61 

Kohlwey  Smith  Alfs  Electric  Co  1765 

Korbel  Box  Factory   1709 

Krogh  Mfs.   Co   129 

Krug  P.  J  1687 

Lakewood  Engineering  Co  Listings 

Lamb  Thomas  R.  Co   35 

Lane  Air  Brake  Co  1686 

Lansing  Co  Top  lines,  76 

Larsen  L.  A  Bottom  lines,  69 

Larsen  Ralph  L  1883 

La  Salle  Extension  University   1916 

Latham,  Davis  &  Co   16 

Layne  &  Bowler  Corp   147 

Leavitt  J.  W.  &  Co  Listings 

Lee  Don — Cadillac    15 

Lehmann  Printing  Co  1829 

Levin  M.  &  Sons   Side  lines  114 

Lindauer  G  1836 

Linscott  Drilling  Co  1759 

Livermore  Norman  B.  &  Co  Listings 

Locomobile  Company   Side  lines,  22 

Lubbock  Harry  Detective  Agcy  1766 

Macondray  &  Co  Listings 

Main  Iron  Works   106 

Malott  &  Peterson   1781 

Mangrum  &  Otter  

 Back  bone,  161-1843-1929-1934-1946 

Mann  Mfg.  Co  1689 

Marsh  &  Kidd  Corp  1708 

Marshall  &  Marshall  148 

Marwedal  C  W   Bottom  Lines,  135 

Marwick  Mitchell  &  Co   1665 

Mason   By-Products   Co  1670 

Master  Refining  Co  142 

Maxwell  Motor  Cars   20 

Mayerle    Geo  1777 

McClure  D.  H.  &  Co  Listings 

McGraw  John  &  Co  1901 

McKevitt  Auto  Supply  Co  1690 

Meese  &  Gottfried  Co  126 

Mercantile  Trust  Co  48 

Merchants  Nat.   Bank   46 

Metropolitan  Bedding  Co  1848 

Michel   &  Pfeffar  Iron  Works  103 

Mission   Bank   64 

Mitchell  Motor  Cars   21 

Modern  Auto  Painting  Co  1687 

Moise  Klinkner  Co  Listings 

Montague  Pipe  &  Steel  Co  112 

Moore  ChiS  C  &  Co  Engineers  129 

Moore  Shipbuilding  Co  166 

Morgan  Spring  Co  1689 

Morse   Chain   Co  130 

Morse  Detective  &  Patrol  Service  

 Front    Cover,  78-1754 

Motor  Body  Corp  1172 

Mullen  Mfg  Co  Listings 

Murray  &  Ready  Top  Lines,  82 

Myers  R  &  L  Co  Listings 

Nash  Motor   Cars  14 

National  Carbon  Co  67 

National  Gauge  &  Equipment  Co  1791 

National  Ice  Cream  Co  1811 

National  Nitrosoil  Co  1778 

National  Paint  &  Oil  Co  Front  Cover,  144 

National  Paper  Products  Co.... Side  Lines,  145 

National    Smelting    Corp  138 

Neal  Straford  &  Kerr  Listings 

New  Parisian  Dyeing  &  Cleaning  Co  1763 

New  York  Belting  &  Packing  Co  151 

Newhall  H.  M.  &  Co  102 

Nippon  Dry  Goods  Co  Top  Lines,  80 

Noewish  Union  Indemnity  Co  Listings 

O'Connor  J.   C.   &   Co  163 

Ocean  Shore  Iron  Works  62 

Ohlson  Co  6-1666 

Old  Mission  Portland  Cement  Co  

 Top  Lines,  66-1716-1725 

Olsen  Lithograph  Co  1829-1836 

Ostlund    &Johnson  57-1934 

Overland  Automobiles  Side  Lines,  23 

Pacific  Builder  Daily  Bottom  Lines,  69 

Pacific  Coast  Boiler  Works  63 

Pacific   Coast   Glass   Works  89 


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Pacific  Coast  Piano  Repair   Shop  1886 

Pacific  Coast  Steel  Co  Back  Cover,  107 

Pacific  Felt  Cutting  &  Sewing  Co  83 

Pacific   Fire   Extinguisher   Co  84 

Pacific   Foundry   Co  Bottom   Lines,  86 

Pacific  Insulation  &  Refrigeration  Co.  ..  .Listings 

Pacific  Marble  &  Granite  Works  1847 

Pacific    Materials    Co  67 

Pacific  Metals  Works  Side  Lines,  138-1850 

Pacific  Mill  &  Mine  Supply  Co  60 

Pacific  Nash  Motors  Co  14 

Pacific  Pump  &  Supply  Co.... Bottom  Lines,  130 

Pacific  Rolling  Mill  Co  Back  Cover,  108 

Pacific  Tank  &  Pipe  Co  161 

Patrick    &    Co  152 

Paquet  Louis  J  1859 

Peerless  Automobile   Cars  19 

Perkins  D.  B    1858 

Petry  b  Brandt  1689 

Pinkerton's  National  Detective  Agcy  1754 

Prooh  Frank  J  1802 

Pioneer  Motor  Co  19 

Pioneer    Rubber   Mills  Listings 

Pittler    L  1785 

Plumber  W  A  Mfg  Co  Back  Bone,  36 

Post  Frederick  Co  161 

Price  G.  W.  Pump  &  Engine  Co.. Side  Lines,  131 

Producers    Hay    Co  91 

Ralston   Iron  Works  104 

Rayfield  Carburetors  Side  Lines,  30 

Raymond  Granite  Co  Top   Lines,  76 

Reardon  P  H  Bottom  Lines,  131 

Recorder  Printing  &  Pub  Co ... .  Top  Lines,  146 

Redwood  Manufacturers  Co  

 Back  Cover,  Top  Lines,  146 

Rees  Blow  Pipe  Co  61 

Reliance  Trailer  &  Truck  Co  1693 

Republic   Auto    Trucks  19 

Riesener    Chocolate    Co  Listings 

Riker   Motor   Co  22 

Riley  Ernest  L  1666 

Rincon  Foundry   Co  87 

Rix  Compressed  Air  &  Drill  Co  Listings 

Robertson  H.    H.    Co  67 

Robertson  John  H  Front  Cover,  1936 

Rodgers  Dirtc  Mail  Adv  Bureau  1668 

Roeblings  John  A  Sons  Co  Listings 

Rogers  J  B  1782 

Rolph  Navigation  &  Coal  Co  73 

Rosa    Studio  1747 

Rucker  Fuller  Desk  Co  141 

Rulofson  A.  C.  Co  112 

Salvation  Army  Industrial  Home.... Top  Lines 

S.  F.  Brazing  &  Welding  Co  1968 

S.  F.  Fender  &  Radiator  Works.. Side  Lines,  33 

S.  F.  Law  School  1916 

"S.   F.   Savings  &  Loan  Society  50 

Santa  Fa  Lumbar  Co  1924 

Schussler   Bros  Side   Lines,  10 

Scott  A.   W.   Co  91-94 

Seibel  Air  Spring  Co  1670 

Service    Press  1893 

Sharman    Bros  1829 

Sherman  Clay  &  Co  Listings 

Sherwin-Wililams   Co  144 

Shields  Harper  Co  Listings 

Simmons    Co    58 

Simonds  Machinery  Co  Side  Lines,  132 

Simpsom  A.   H.  &  Co  Side  Lines,  132 

Sims  &   Gray  Iron  Works  105 

Sloan  J.  R.  Co  Top  Lines,  84 

Smith  Jas  Co  1877 

Sorensen  &  Co  Top  Lines 


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Soule  Edward  I.  Co  U3 

Sparrow's  Pattern  Shop  1878 

Spaulding  J  &  Co  ,  1724 

Sperry    Flour    Co  Listings 

St    Franciii    Hotel  4-97 

Stallman  F.  0.  Supply  Co  Back  Cover,  133 

Standard  Code  Co  1736 

Standard  Fence  Co  1778 

Stevens-Duryea    Motor    Cars  17 

Stevens  &  Jose  Bottom  Lines,  7 

Stewart  Products  &  Service  Station  

 Side    Lines,  29 

Suhr  H.  F.  &  Co  Side  Lines,  88-163 

Suhr  S;  Wieboldt  Side  Lines,  88-163 

Sullivan  Machinery  Co  133 

Sutro   !z  Co  Listings 

Tayler  &  Spot  woods  Co  183 

Technical  Book  Co  1709 

Thales  Electrical  Co  1766 

Thiel  Detective  Service  Co  79-1763 

Thomas  F  Parisian  Dyeing  &  Cleaning  wks.  .1763 

Three  In  Oil  Co  1799 

Tin  Fat  &  Co  1686 

Troyer   R.   A  1889 

Union  Construction  Co  167 

Union  Litho   Co  Listings 

Union  Oil  Co  Listings 

Union   Trust    Co  44 

United  Auto  Supply  Co  31 

United  Electric  Vehicle   Co  1693 

United    Materials    Go  68 

United  Milk  Co  Front  Edge,  139 

United  Pattern  Works  1878 

United  States  Fidelity  &  Guaranty  Listings 

United    States   Rubber   Co  162 

United  States  Steel  Products  Co  109 

Van  Dorn  Electric  Tool  Co  1764 

Velie  Motor  Cars  24 

Vulcan  Iron  Works  114 

Vulcanite   Roofing  Co  69 

Walker's    Collection    Agency  74 

Ward  Fred  &  Sons  Front  Cover,  136 

Way  man  Williard  Co  1697-1817 

Weber  C  F  &  Co  Listings 

Wellman  Seaver  Morgan   Co  134 

Wells  Fargo  Nevada  Nat  Bank  40 

West  American  Auto  &  Fire  Ins  Co  35 

West  Coast  Detective  Agcy  Top  Lines,  80 

Western    Abestos    Magnesia    Co  11 

Western   Bag    Co  38 

Western  Builders  Supply  Co.... Side  Lines,  68 

Western  Fuel  Co  Listings 

Western  Iron  Works  106 

Western   Motors   Co  18-20 

Western  Pipe  &  Steel  Co  186 

Western  Soil  Bacteria  Co  1926 

Western  Steel  &  Engineering  Co.. Side  Lines,  83 

Western  Union  Code  Co  1736 

Western  Well  Works  1896 

Western  X-Ray  &  Equipment  Co  1961 

Westinghouse  Air  Service  Co ...  .  Side  Lines,  32 

White    Bros  117-1801 

White  Company  26 

White  S.  A  Side  Lines,  88-168 

Wieland  Bros  1871 

Will  &  Finck  Top  Lines,  77 

Willy-Overland  Pacific  Co  Side  Lines,  14 

Wilson  W.  B  1764 

Wilson  W.  G.  Mr  &  Mrs  1780 

Wood  E.  K.  Lumber  Co  117 

Woodin  &  Little  186 

Woods  Chas  M  &  Co  142 

Wright    t    Chunn  1877 

Zellerbach  Paper  Co  Top  Lines 

Zimmer  M  Dr  1799 


WESTERN  STEEL  &  EIVGHVEERIIVG  CO. 

DIA.MOND  DRILLi  CONTRACTING 
"bcaver"  brand  mine  drill  steel  representing  united  filters  corporation 

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ADDITIONAL  NAMES  AND  REMOVALS 

To  Late  for  Classification 


Abinanti  Harry  S  bkpr  PG&E  Co  r  Mill  Valley 
Abramowitz  Aleon  (Mary)  driver  r  568  Birch 
Abrahamson  Alex  asst  buyer  Emporiura  r  327 
Locust 

Adams  S  B  Mrs  r  562  Sutter 

Adamson  J  A  with  F  0  Renstrom  Co  r  772  Noe 

Addiego  Frank  bootblk  r  53  Varennes 

Adlon  Apartments  1778  Mission 

Ager   C   Herbert   dist  registrar   Business  Adm 

Dept  LaSalle  Extension  Univ  r  210  Ellis 
Aguirre  Juan  M  mgr  SF  whse  Oldfleld  Tire  Co 

r  425  Hugo 

Alameda  County  Pharmaceutical  Assn  593  Mar- 
ket 

Albrecht  P  waiter  r  1105  Geary 
Albright   Elwood   sign   artist   Emporium   r  281 
Granada 

Albro  Maxine  coml  artist  Phelan  Bldg  r  Bur- 
lingame 

Alcone  Knitting  Mills  451  Washington 

Alderson  Alden  elk  r  172a  Turk  . 

Allen  C  D  mech  P  0  Renstrom  r  63  Judah 

Kate  Mrs  r  562  Sutter 

Saml  L  (Marie  R)  candies  2916,  24th 

S  C  promoter  r  285  O'Parrell 
Alter  Fred  S  elk  Cal  Pkg  Corp  r  904  Pine 
Alton  B  DeF  solr  Call  &  Post  r  4248  Sutter 
Anderberg  Chas  electn  r  32  Sacramento 
Anderson  A  C  salsn  Palmolive  Co  433  Brannan 

Allen  r  267  San  Jose  Av 

Frank  A  r  467  Turk 

Mark  r  334  Mason 
Angell  Chas  rep  L  G  Balfour  Co  r  754  Post 
Ansley  Chas  H  elk  r  140  Ellis 
Antipin  0  O  Mrs  r  562  Sutter 
Arnold  A  r  562  Sutter 

Forrest  sales  mgr  F  0  Renstrom  Co  r  3467 
Pacific  Av 

Harry  B  sec-treas  H  Jones  &  Co  r  1134  Hyde 
Artl  Lorenz  waiter  r  1700  Geary 
Atkins  E  W  with  F  0  Renstrom  Co  r  879  Turk 
Austin  Chas  floormkr  Emporium  r  873  Grove 

Frank  G  elk  Cal  Pkg  Corp  r  57  Gratton 
Baago  Edw  lab  r  112  Lake 
Baekes  J  H  shoemkr  r  3322b  Fillmore 
Backus  Edmond  D  elk  Park-Union  Banking  Corp 
r  Oakland 

Elija   adv  dist   and  express  97,   9th  r  842 
Fulton 

Badger  J  H  salsn  r  140  Ellis 
Bailey  M  P  r  1714  Clay 
Bain-Alexander  Co  57  Main 

Baker  Boy  L  sales  mgr  Coast  Agencies  Ltd  r 
41  Post  , 

Balfour  L  G  Co  (Attleboro,  Mass)  jewelry  Phe- 
lan Bldg 
Thos  lithogr  r  1090  Eddy 

Ball  Alex  B  see  Dabney  H  Watson  Corp 

Ballard  Jas  r  165,  3d 

Ballinger  Wallace  A  (Geraldine)  mgr  A  U  Morse 

&  Co  r  Oakland 
Balma  John  baker  r  2263  Geary 
Balossine  Nicola  (Marie)  metlwkr  r  1210  York 
Bamford  Emma  L  (wid  Jas)  r  2817%  24th 

■■  Shirley  steno  r  2817%  24th 
Banks  Harry   (Banks-Hotchner  Co)  r  1263  Val- 

lejo 

-Hotchner  Co  mfrs  agts  681  Market 
Bardet  A  gas  furnaces  410  Folsom 
Barrango  Andrew  (Angeline)   (P  &  W  Transfer 
Co)  r  3387,  25th 
Saml   (Mary)   (P  &  W  Transfer  Co)  r  3387 
25th 

Barrett  Saml  r  1721  Eddy 

Barron  Stephen  salsn  Emporium  r  320  Walnut 
Barry  Jos  E  (McGraw  &  Barry)  r  1244  Califor- 
nia 

'  W  elk  Cal  Notion  &  Toy  Co  r  239  Duboce  Av 

Bastian  Wm  messgr  Pub  Library  r  142  Wool 

Batt  Henry  salsn  r  321  Grant  Av 

Battery  Specialty  Co  (C  A  and  H  G  Graham) 
separators  (307  Bryant 

Banerman  B  E  asst  buyer  Emporium  r  870  Shot- 
well 

Baumann  Anton  (Antonia)  grocer  2799  Bryant 

"  rank  creamery  2813,  24th 

"  Frank  Jr  shipwkr  r  2813,  24th 

"  Fred  shipwkr  r  2813,  24th 
Baxter  John  with  Emporium  r  619  Van  Ness  Av 
Beasworick  .John  B  (Jane)  ironwkr  r  2889  Bryant 
Behergall  Sarah  (wid  Jacob)  r  2805,  24th 


Beggs  M  S  floormgr  Emporium  r  1955  McAllister 
Bell  Adolph  (Sophia)  (Bell  &  Nerenbaum)  r  240 
Myrtle 

"  &  Nerenbaum  (A  Bell  S  Nerenbaum)  ladies 
tailors  1435  Polk 
Bender  Wm  with  Emporium  r  61  States 
Benedetti  Angelo  (D  Seghieri  &  Co)  r  33  Cook 
Benholt  A  Mrs  mgr  Hotel  Cornell  r  715  Bush 
Benicia  Shipbuilding  Corp  507  Montgomery 
Bennett  Elsie  Mrs  r  715  Bush 

"  Thos  J  mgr  Rex  Elec  &  Eng  Co  r  Oakland 
Bennyhoff's  Commercial  Institute  3  City  Hall  Av 
Berg  Geo  hlpr  F  0  Renstrom  r  29  Prosper 
Berger   Dan    (Theresa)    woolens   681   Market  r 

4516,  20th 
Berkan  C  R  waiter  r  715  Bush 
Berntseu  Alvera  W  r  2631  Bryant 

"  Caroline  E  (wid  Claus)  r  1214  York 

"  Geo  O  (Lilia)  lab  r  2631  Bryant 

"  Hald  A  mar  eng  r  1214  York 
Bertolucci  Peter  (IlTrovatore  Restaurant)  r  532 
Lombard 

Bianchini  Vincent   (Service  Fender  &  Radiator 

Co)  r  Oakland 
Biggart  Percy  A  tailor  r  1284,  2d  Av 
"  Thos  B  r  1284,  2d  Av 
Birkett  Wm  buyer  Emporium  r  135  Locust  Av 
Birmingham  Thos  messgr  r  140  Ellis 
Blee  Clarence  E  associate  engr  Cal  Eng  Co  507 

Montgomery 
Blewett  Wm  (Emma)  eng  r  2755  Bryant 
Blumenthal  Geo  C  mgr  Educational  Film  Corp 
Bockmann  J  W  r  1381  Masonic  Av 
Boekenoogen  Henry  buyer  Emporiura  r  3579,  17th 
Bogdanoft  Jack  hlpr  r  949  Rhode  Island 
Bohn  J  F  r  205,  28th 

Boleyn  John  A  (Misippo  &  Boleyn)  r  556  Cali- 
fornia 

Bonos  Gus  shoemkr  2930  Army  r  690  Precita  Av 
Borden  Wm  H  mfrs  agt  502  Mission  r  427  Stock- 
ton 

Borghero  August  L  (Winifred  B)  police  r  1218 
Union 

Borman  Wm  r  206,  4th  Av 

Bowden  Jos  A  refreshments  3064  Polk  r  3060 
Polk 

Bowen   Rupert  L  salsn  Harry  N   Nelson  Co  r 

1414  Jockson 
Brackett  G  F  phys  Flood  Bldg 
Brannagan  Arthur  J  (Helen)  drugs  900  Valencia 

r  3688,  20th 
Brant  Geo  r  321  Grant  Av 

Bray  John  H  (Evalyu)  chemical  engr  610  Claus 
Spreekels  Bldg  r  1618,  18th  Av 

Brennan  Jos  A  (Leonard  &  Brennan  Service  Bur) 
r  333  Page 

Breslauer  Louis  with  Emporiura  r  1716  Webster 
Briggs  Hanley  salsn  Barnum  &  Co  Pacific  Bldg 

"  W  0  r  140  Ellis 
Brinkman  Fred  A  (Gertrude)  (Golden  Gate  Auto 

Co)  r  895  Faxon  Av 
Brock  H  L  mgr  Auto  dept  Nat  Fire  Ins  Co  of 

Hartford  374  Pine 
Brown  Levander  with  Emporium  r  Hotel  George 
Brownsberger  Clem  with  Emporium  r  625  Bush 
Bruce  Wm  E  r  140  Ellis 

Brumbaugh  John  M  salsn  Filmusic  Co  r  1128 
Sacramento 

Brun  Louis  S  eng  Cbicago  Pneumatic  Tool  Co  r 
4931,  17th 

Buckman  C  M  salsn  F  0  Renstrom  Co  r  1242 
Market 

BuUotti  Wm  lab  r  37  Columbus  Av 
Burdick  Harry  M  (Nellie)  r  1740  Pacific  Av 
Burjor  D  S  Dady  importer  244  California 
Burkholtz  Henry  janitor  Lick  Bldg 
Burmiugham  John  messgr  r  140  Ellis 
Buruside  Minette  Mrs  chiropractor  830  Market 

r  1242  Polk 
Buneraan  Albert  J  bkpr  r  1057  Cole 
Butler  Geo  elk  r  640  Precita  Av 

"  Leona  Mrs  elk  r  140  Ellis 
Buttlar  Chas  salsn  Hanan  &  Son  r  Oakland 
Buyer  D  S  D  r  562  Sutter 
Byrne  John  T  (Margaret)  lab  r  2913,  25th 
Cahill  John  musician  r  56  Eddy 
Cailleaud  Henry  sec  DeMartini  Motor  Truck  Co 

r  1230  Sacramento 
California  Traffic  Officers  Assn  1026  Market 

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Callaban  &  Niehoff  (L  H  Callahan    KW  NiehoEf) 

autos  985  Post 
Cambert  Edw  G  r  511  Central 
Cambert  Edw  G  r  1600  Fell 
Camerou  Archie  r  726a  Duboce  At 
Uampau  Philip  E  (Eugene)  printer  r  482,  6th  Av 
Campbell  Fred  S  (Campbell  &  Henry)  r  San  Jose 

"  John  cook  r  749  Minna 

"  Lucy  Mrs  r  562  Sutter 

"  P  J  r  574,  3d 
Cantley  Robt  r  731  Anza 
Canton  Sheet  Steel  Co  811  Hearst  Bldg 
Capps  Elmer  elk  r  140  Ellis 
Carey  Frank  lab  r  205,  3d 

"  J  J  asst  credit  mgr  Emporium  r  Regent  Hotel 

"  Thos  &  Co  465  California 
Carlin  Grading  Co  (John  Carlin  R  A  Farrar)  593 
Market 

Carmany  J  W  r  562  Sutter 
Caro  Saml  r  3892  Sacramento 
Carrara  Peter  (D  Seghieri  &  Co)  r  35  Cook 
Carroll  Harry  r  56  Eddy 
Carron  Gus  fruits  r  1626  Dolores 
Carvin  Jos  J  (Ella)  r  1314a  Natoma 
Casey  N  H  r  562  Sutter 
"  Roy  mech  F  O  Renstrom  Co  r  528  Eureka 
Cashling  J  r  574,  3d 
Casper  Hotel  346  Sutter 
Cassellman  Thos  bridgemn  r  253,  3d 
Castro  Wm  r  205,  3d 

Catton  Wm  M  with  A  Dalton  Harrison  Balfour 
Bldg 

Cavanagh  Jas  r  250  Kearny 

Cederberg  Richd  salsn  Harron  Rickard  &  McC'one 

r  Mill  Valley 
Cekola  Jas  elev  opr  Flood  Bldg  r  1539  Treat  Av 
Central  California  Vineyard  Assn  Chronicle  Bldg 
Ceragioli  Armando   (IlTrovatore  Restaurant)  r 

551  Lombard 
Chaban  Meyer  salsn  Levenson  &  Co  r  3042  Sacra- 
mento 

Chambers  A  E  reporter  R  G  Dun  &  Co  r  1126 
Fillmore 
"  Amelia  r  562  Sutter 

Chapin  Louis  (Hotel  Chapin)  r  111  Taylor 

Chard  M  L  hoxmkr  r  3334,  19th 

Chasseur  Martin  blksmith  r  2634  San  Jose  Av 

Christian  H  M  r  848  Gough 
"  Chas  (Annie)  carp  r  911%  Capp 

Christakis  Jas  H  (Mary)  (Christakis  &  Stratis) 
r  2803,  24th 
"  &  Stratis  (J  H  Christakis  N  S  Stratis)  gro- 
cers 2S01,  24th 

Cipousky  P  with  John  Breuner  Co  r  1116  Shot- 
well 

Civelli  Jos  asst  dept  mgr  Emporium  r  655,  24th 
Av 

(  laiR-y  Harry  r  205,  3d 

I'iark  Harriet  L  real  est  602  Chronicle  Bldg  r 
041  Post 

Claudio  Constantia  widow  r  129  Erie 

Clausen  John  taxi  driver  r  56  Eddy 

Clervi  Harry  (Jas  Clervi  &  Sons)  r  1834  Taylor 
"  John  (Jos  Clervi  &  Sons)  r  3475,  24th 
"  Jos  (Jos  Clervi  &  Sons)  r  1834  Tavlor 

Cleveland  Welding  &  Mfg  Co  811  Hearst  Bldg 

Clifford  Thos  miner  r  221,  3d 

Clifton  Court  Apartments  2321  Sacramento 

Close  E  A  salsn  r  54,  4th 

Clough  Mary  Mrs  elk  r  140  Ellis 

Clyde  Alvira  F  V  stenog  Harry  N  Nelson  Co  r 
323  Vienna 

Coast  Agencies  Ltd  742  Market 
"  Tire  &  Rubber  Co  703  Market 

Code  Thos  J  with  M  L  Linehau  Co  r  1440,  25th 
Av 

Cody  Jas  D  r  54,  4th 

Cohen  Allier  twith  Cal  Printing  Co  r  Atlanta 
Hotel 

"  Alfred  mgr  Alcone  Knitting  Mills  r  1791  Plue 

"  I  L  cigarmkr  r  140  Ellis 
Cohn  Dave  B  elk  Regent  Hotel  r  562  Sutter 

"  Edna  r  433  Powell 

"  Eva  Mrs  r  562  Sutter 

"  I-eo  buyer  Emporium  r  142,  17th  Av 
Colby  Roy  U  dist  rep  Oldfleld  Tire  Co  r  1431 
6th  At 

Coleman  Harry  J  r  1326  McAllister 
Collins  A  0  &  Co  (A  O  Collins)  exporters  Hearst 
Bldg 

"  Arthur  O  (A  O  Collins  &  Co)  r  1000  Sutter 
Columbia  Mortgage  Investment  Co  (F  W  Holten- 

dorlT  K  G  PfelCTer)  995  Market 
Commane  Hannah  r  662  Sutter 
Compania  Mercantll  de  Filipinns  Importers  and 

exporters  L  K  Smith  mgr  ;!10  Clay 
Comptou  Fassptt  B  aect  r  133,Sd  Fllliert 
Cooke  Albert  D  real  est  830  Market  r  723  Ando- 

ver 

"  H  D  r  433  Powell 


Cooney  Virginia  r  562  Sutter 
Cooper  F  J  r  433  Powell 

"  W  L  r  433  Powell 
Cope  Erie  L  (Cope,  Rand,  Means  Co) 
"  Band,  Means  Co  (E  L  Cope  L  H  Rand  T  H 
Means)  engrs  58  Sutter 
Coppel  Dave  S  office  mgr  Power  Constr  Co  r  Oak- 
land 

Corbett  B  H  r  433  Powell 

Cordell  Al  elk  Nat  Conduit  &  Cable  Co  r  282 
Chenery 

C'ordera  John  elk  r  140  Ellis 

Costello  Edw  asst  buyer  Emporium  r  1688  How- 
ard 

Cosulich  Mark  mgr  Central  Cal  Vineyard  Assn 

r  555  Bush 
Coverra  Lucille  r  433  Powell 

Cowin  Albert  J  cashr  A  Fleishhacker  &  Co  r 
Oakland 

Crane  A  Bathurst  atty  r  140  Ellis 
Crawford  Geo  B  dept  supt  Emporium  r  5631  Cali- 
fornia 

Crear  B  Frank  salsn  Stuart  S  Smith  &  Co  r  2318 
22d  Av 

Crimmons  Phillip  r  140  Ellis 

Crocker  Arthur  electn  Emporium  r  1270  Guerrero 
Cronin  Wm  asst  buyer  Emproium  r  4801  Cali- 
fornia 

Cross  Freeman  P  watchmn  Crane  Co  r  2011  Ban- 
croft At 
"WD  Mrs  r  433  Powell 

Cummins  Leon  V  exporter  245  California  r  1508 
Jackson 

Curran  W  H  r  562  Sutter 

Dake  Edmund  D  (Dake-Johanet  AdT  Agey)  r 
Oakland 

"  -Johanet  Advertising  Agency  251  Kearny 
Dale  Florence  Mrs  r  140  Ellis 
Daniel  Fred  asst  buyer  Emporium  r  721  Holloway 
Dauphiny  Arthur  C  salsn  Bain-Alexander  Co  r 
160,  8th  Av 

Davidson  J  J  delivery  Emporium  r  272  CoUing- 
wood 

Davis  Jas  D  (Fannie)  (J  F  Schemp  &  Co)  r  220 
Downey 

"  J  Edmund  sec-treas  Power  Const  Co  Sharon 
Bldg 

Day  Lucy  E  Mrs  nurse  r  140  Ellis 

Decourscy  Wm  (Jlabel)  paint  mfr  926  Howard  r 

703  Van  Ness  Av 
Dedine  Grutley  S  r  140  Ellis 
DeMartini  Louis  A  r  1828  Mason 
Denver  Chemical  Mfg  Co  84,  2d 
Dessauer  Louis  W  salsn  r  158,  8th  Av 
DeWein  Chris  r  221,  3d 

Dickson  Victor  J  (Dickson  &  Branch)  Hotel 
Gartland 

"  &  Branch  (V  J  Dickson  S  Branch)  auto  reprs 
145  Hyde 

Dienger  Chas  F  (Nat  Tire  &  Rubber  Co)  r  574 
Frederick 

Dillon  Jas  F  process   server  112   Market  r  69 

Cumberland 
Dittman  &  Co  2300  Clement 
Dodds  Chas  B  reporter  r  140  Ellis 
Dodge  F  A  elk  r  221,  3d 
Donovan  N  E  mach  r  905  Sanchez 
Dorau  Wm  P  elk  r  463,  Gth  Av 
Dorey  C  phys  r  230  Kearny 

Dosteel  M  Hart  credit  mgr  Emporium  r  656 
O'Farrell 

Drake  -Beall  Co  importers  507  Mission 
Dreyfus  Anna  B  Mrs  cashr  Hauan  &  Sou  r  955 
Pine 

Drueker  Geo  I  chemist  209  Post  r  436,  11th  Av 
Druffel  Delos  O  office  503  Market  r  Santa  Clara 
Drysdale  A  E  r  848  Gough 

DUISENBERG  CHAS  F,  Notary  Public,  206  Mills 
Bldg,  tel  Douglas  3131,  r  3216  Jackson 

Duncan  Electric  Mfg  Co  4G5  Califoruia 

Dunn   Jas    F    architect    Phelan    Bldg   r  Union 
League  Club 
"  John   F   salsn  J  H  O'Brien   r   1428  Golden 
Gate  Av 

Eachus  W  R  r  140  Ellis 

Educational  Film  Corp  of  Am  168  Golden  Gate 
At 

Edwards  W  M  salsn  Hanan  &  Son  r  1045  Page 
Edwin-Louis  Co  multigraphing  660  Market 
Eggers  Carl  A   (Rathjeu-Eggers .  Co)   r  128  Eu- 
reka 

Ehrman  Albert  H  stock  broker  228  Montgomery 
Eldenmuller  Goldie  J  (wid  Wm  C)  r  708,  2d  Av 
Ellis  Edw  elk  Emporium  r  140  Duboce  Av 
"  Frank  II  Mrs  stenog  A  Fleishhacker  &  Co  r 

110  Gough 
"  &  Stearns  68  Post 
Elms  Walter  buyer  Emporium  r  1111  Pine 
Engle  Geo  D  salsn  Nat  Conduit  &  Cable  Co  r 
Oakland 


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Erickson   Svlvester    (Scholz   Eriekson  &   Co)  r 

1813  Baker 
Esters  vonKrakau  Wm  drugs  2801  Bryant 
Everett  David  W  (Esther)  auto  repr  300  Grove  r 

2007  Buchanan 
Eyre  C  E  salsn  Hanan  &  Son  r  Berkeley 
Harrell  John  P  (Fannie)  janitor  r  2723  Bryant 
Faubion  Leon  W  branch  mgr  Industrial  Loan  & 

Inv  Co  r  340  Stockton 
Fay  F  Mrs  r  562  Sutter 
Feeney  Luke  A  elk  r  140  Ellis 
Fellner  Frank  marble  ctr  r  445  Waller 
Ferguson  Chas  V  bkpr  r  575  Hill 
Ferrari  J  driver  r  156  Sanchez 
Filmusic  Co  music  rolls  251  Kearny 
Finley  Edith  W  office  1095  Market  r  81,  9th 
Fish  Harold  K  ins  995  Market 
Fisher  Chas  B  elk  SVW  Co  r  340  O'Parrell 
Fiske  Emil  bridgemn  r  253,  3d 
Flurey  M  F  Miss  r  562  Sutter 
Fonte  G  miller  r  93  Prentiss 
Ford  W  H  r  433  Powell 
Franz  Albert  auto  mech  r  525  O'Farrell 
Fraser  Alex  D  r  771,  21st  Av 
Frauchiger  Arnold   (Adela)  chemist  SF  Clinical 

Laboratories  (Inc)  r  Ross 
Preese  Ammon  duto  washing  brush  1073  Mission 
Freiberg's  Cloak  &  Suit  Co  2758  Mission 
Freidman  Jos  A  salsn  r  750  O'Farrell 
Freitas   Manuel  T  vice-Consul  Portugal   r  San 

Rafael 

Fruhling  Paul  L  (Edith  L)  mgr  Ray  E  New- 
mark  &  Co  r  1«5,  16th  Av 

Frye  Chas  C  (.Janet  H)  branch  mgr  Sierra  Auto 
Supply  Co  r  110,  20th  Av 

Gallagher  Wm  H  (Gallagher  &  Nielsen)  r  Ber- 
keley 

"  &  Nielson   (Wm  H  Gallagher  H  P  Nielson) 
show  cards  1028  Market 
Ganos  Saml   (Panama   Market)    r  245  Leaven- 
worth 

Garvey  Phillip  G  salsn  r  140  Ellis 
Geary  Realty  Co  5400  Geary 

GEATrQTO  PHILIP  E,  supt  Pinkerton's  Nat 
Detective  Agcy,  314  Flood  Bldg,  r  1807  Lin- 
coln Way 

Geisser  Frank  (Mary)  lab  r  1472  York 

Gentij  Walter  A   (Leonora)   salsn  Sierra  Auto 

Supply  Co  r  95S  Post 
Gerhart  E  V  mech  r  140  Ellis 
Gibeau  Frank  (Harlan  &  Gibeau)  r  Oakland 
Gilger  P  salsn  r  715  Bush 
Gill  Annetta  r  562  Sutter 

Goehler  Geo  mgr  California  Ice  Cream  Co  2839 
Mission 

Goehr  Alex  T  salsn  Reine  Co  r  416  Turk 

Goldberg  Rose  Mrs  r  562  Sutter 

Goldstone  Percy  jobber  r  140  Ellis 

Gordon  Aaron  bkpr  June  Freeman  Mfg  Co  r  1770 
O'Farrell 
"  Mary  J  Mrs  50  Divisadero 

Green  Herbert  W  mgr  Filmusic  Co  251  Kearny 

Greenwood  &  Kalisky  546,  3d 

Gregg  M  R  elk  r  140  Ellis 

Gruver  Fred  baker  r  109  Congo 

Hachette  Grover  driver  r  1630  Broderiek 

HagnhoCfer  Louis  with  SF  Chronicle  r  647  Clay- 
ton 

Hahn  Adolph  r  562  Sutter 
"  Chas  mach  r  51,  6th 

"  Edgar  A  (Lela  P)  managing  editor  SF  Events 
r  60  Market 
Hall  Lyman  B  elk  r  140  Ellis 
Halloway  Harry  P  carp  r  41  Juniper 
Hammond  Manton  B   (Florence)    mfrs  agt  821 

Market  r  1145  Pine 
Hanson  H  L  (Hanson  &  Morgan)  r  Oakland 
"  &  Morgan  fH  L  Hanson  D  B  Morgan)  mfrs 
agts  84,  2d 
Harby  Rosabelle  r  562  Sutter 
Hard  &  Rand  (NY)  cofEee  importers  134  Cali- 
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Hardy    Sumner    (Hardy   Tuckey  &   Muegge)  r 

Bohemian  Club 
"  Tuckey  &  Muegge  (S  Hardy  H  A  Tuckey  T  C 

Muegge)  dentists  209  Post 
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Oakland 

Harris  Isidor)  Maud)  atty  Chronicle  Bldg  r  1492 

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"  Jack  supt  Anglo  Bldg  r  3004,  16th 
Hartman  S  real  est  995  Market 
Harvey  Robt  H  with  Pac  Acturial  Bureau  Mills 

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Hastings  Arthur  C  real  est  128  Sutter 
Hatch  Florine  B  stenog  r  140  Ellis 
Hathaway  W  B  r  562  Sutter 
Haughan  Peter  O  (Helen  E)  painter  r  376  Hill 


Hein  Edna  M  sec  Pac  Coast  Dredg  &  Rec  Co  r 

640  Judah 
Heinrich  Elsie  pkr  595  Utah 
Henderson  H  M  importer  311  California 
Henning   Adolph   B    (Augusta)    foremn    r  2912 

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"  P  W  porter  r  28  Prosner 
Hewston  J  E  stockmn  r  140  Ellis 
Hildebrand  Lee  R  messgr  r  140  Ellis 
Hildreth  &  Co  engrs  624  Sacramento 
Hillers  Henry  S  (Marian)  with  SF  Sav  &  Loan 

Soc  r  437,  3d  Av 
Hively  David  A  (Henrietta)  salsn  G  A  Einslen 

Jr  r  81,  9th 
Hobbs  Ira  S  coretkr  r  1859  Geary 
Hogg  R  0  r  562  Sutter 
Hogue  E  F  Mrs  r  562  Sutter 
Holsberg  Geo  A  (Service  Fender  &  Radiator  Co) 

r  442  Turk 
Homan  M  J  Mrs  r  562  Sutter 
Hood  Chas  E  salsn  r  140  Ellis 
Hotel  Kern  160  Eddy 
Houghtelin  S  D  r  38  Madrone  Av 
Howe  Arnold  W  asst  mgr  Sierra  Auto  Supply  Co 

r  606  Post 
Hughes  M  K  Miss  r  562  Sutter 
Hull  Jas  K  elk  r  140  Ellis 

International  Brotherhood   of   Steam   Shovel  & 

Dredge  Men  681  Market 
Jachen   Adolph   J    (Rathjen-Bggers   Co)    r  575 

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Janovitz  Antoinette  O  bkpr  r  308  Church 

Jardella  Ethel  r  562  Sutter 

Jardine  Jos  H  elk  r  140  Ellis 

Jelm  Gustavo  (Alice)  carp  r  57  Ford 

Jirgens  Harry  (Christine)  lab  r  9  Heyman  Av 

"  Richd  hlpr  r  9  Heyman  Av 
Johns  D  P  salsn  Hanan  &  Son  r  387  Ellis 
Joiner  Wm  D  (Isabel)  mgr  Lash's  Products  Co 

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Jones  J  Audrey  real  est  r  140  Ellis 

"  Maxwell  G  sec  T  H  Speddy  &  Co  r  Alameda 
Jordan  W  H  r  562  Sutter 

Kahman  Eoalfe  H  with  W  T  Wilisch  &  Co  r 

2402  California 
Kaplan  Gilbert  salsn  r  140  Ellis 
Keintz  J  E  r  562  Sutter 
Kenyon  A  Miss  r  562  Sutter 
Keystone  Steel  &  Wire  Co  Monadnock  Bldg 
Kiper  A  Mrs  r  562  Sutter 
Kleinman  Max  with  Emporium  r  743  Polk 
Kley  Otto  A  butcher  2887  Bryant  r  3402,  24th 
Klotz  Max  waiter  r  140  Ellis 

Kniesche  Max  T  (Anna)    (Superior  Tile  Co)  r 

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Kohn  Suzanne  (wid  Philip)  r  270,  10th  Av 
Kurtz  L  Miss  r  562  Sutter 
Labish  Thos  r  111  Mason 

LaCroix  C  salsn  A  Fleishhacker  &  Co  r  Alameda 
Lady  Washington  Consolidated  Co  Mills  Bldg 
Lamee  Henrietta  (wid  John)  r  1318  York 

"  John  H  chaufiCr  r  1318  York 
Lamphear  Delia  stenog  r  140  Ellis 
Lander  Bdw  W  pres  Rex  Elec  &  Eng  Co  r  1750 
Franklin 

Lane  Jack  H  Deutel  X-ray  Flood  Bldg  r  291 
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Laspina  Philip  barber  3192,  22d  r  3122,  22d 
Lefkovitz  Peter  (Ethel)  bottles  r  355  Arguello 
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Levy  G  G  r  562  Sutter 

"  Marcus  (Weil  &  Levy)  r  17  Commonwealth 
Liebold  Gustav  (Ida)  mer  r  150  Henry 
Lindblad  Alberta  nurse  r  1656  Divisadero 
Logan  J  B  teleg  opr  r  140  Ellis 
London  Mona  r  562  Sutter 
Lorane  L  r  562  Sutter 

Lubbe  Chas  (Schwarz  &  Lubbe)  r  929  Bush 
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Madison  Jas  Jr  pres  Redwite  Stores  (luc)  r  368 

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Madsen  Harold  chauffr  r  1740  Sacramento 
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props  Standard  Garage  233  Drumm 
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Marsh  John  (Emily)  notions  r  933  Stanyan 
MARSHALL  JOHN  W,    atty,   864   Mills  Bldg, 

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Matthews  John  J  r  131  San  Jose  Av 
Mayer  C  H  M  salsn  Nat  Rubber  Corp  1081  Mis- 
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fornia 

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Maddleton  Elliott   (Dorothy)   mgr  Pac  Acturial 

Bureau  r  308  Spruce 
Miles  Alex  (Carrie  E)  emp  agt  2961/2  3d  r  30 

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Monroe  Clinton  C  elk  r  140  Ellis 

Moore  Jos  G   (Bessie)  mgr  John  Moore  &  Co  r 

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Morrin  Thos  consulting  eng  Phelan  Bldg  r  2928 

Pacific  Av 

National  Traffic  Officers  Assn  1026  Market 
Neuenburg  Andrew  E  (Violet)  bkpr  r  246  Cabrillo 
Nichols  Geo  mtrmn  r  2766  Mission 
Nielson  Ariel  sign  artist  Emporium  r  1130  Mar- 
ket 

"  Harold  P   (Laura)    (Gallagher  &  Nielson)  r 
1690  Washington 
Nilson  John  spl  ofBcer  Matson  Nav  Co  r  1249 
27th  Av 

NIswoiiger  J  O  with  Emporium  r  Court  Hotel 
NORTHINGTON    E    G,    eupt    San  Francisco 
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Nowland  Jennie  (wid  Wm)  r  115  Central  Av 
Northrup  Edw  carp  r  4081,  18th 
Nvlund  John  (Lena)  carp  r  176  Girard 
O'Donnell  Jas  F  (Mary  E)  lab  r  2785  Bryant 
O'Melveny  Henry  (Affle)  rice  broker  112  Market 
r  1053  Bush 


Olson  Emil  V  (Hilda)  shipftr  r  2621  Bryant 
Oulsnam  Mary  (wid  Thos  H)  r  2785  Bryant 
PafCenberger  M  Mrs  r  433  Powel 
Parker  Paul  E  v-pres  Cal  Engineering  Co  r  Ber- 
keley 

Parks  Morton  G  auto  dressing  1035  Mission  r  560 
Polk 

PATTEESON  LLOYD  H   (Ida  M)   real  est  and 

ins,  110  Sutter,   r  747  11th  Av 
Perry  Eoy  M  mfrs  agt  268  Market  r  Berkeley 
Peyser  Henry  M  mfrs  agt  Mills  Bldg  r  400  Stan- 
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Piatt  Fred  mfrs  agt  Pacific  Bldg  r  Berkeley 
Eagone  Marion  widow  r  706  San  Jose  Av 
Eathjen-Eggers  Co  (A  J  Jachens  Carl  A  Eggers 

M  J  Mertens  Jr)  mineral  water  467  Ellis 
Eawson  E  F  salsn  Hanan  &  Son  r  555  Bush 
Eobinson  Eobt  C   (The  Sales  Promotion  Co)  r 

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Rodger  Augustus  F  Jr  office  519  California  r  2536 

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Eogers  John  W  elk,  Bd  of  Supervisors,   r  292 
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Rothermel  Harry  P  (Doris)  talking  machines  1609 

Polk  r  1155  Hayes 
Satterlee  Bichd  r  262  Brussels  rear 
Savarese  Emil  comp  r  2635  Bryant 
Sehoeder  Oscar  B  barber  r  6  Antonio 
Scrivani  John  shoemkr  2732,  24th 
Seebeck  Heiman  r  135  Cook 
Segura  C  A  r  264  Valencia 
Signal  Supply  Co  boxmkrs  85,  2d 
Small  Chas  H  railroad  supplies  681  Market  r  521 

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Smith  E  F  pres  Coml  Sales  Co  r  915  Jones 
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Sockolov  Louis  foremn  Sierra  Auto  Supply  Co  r 

140  Clinton  Park 
Sousa  Paul  mach  r  174,  8th 
Specialty  Shop  model  mkrs  251  Minna 
Stariha  Martin  (Mary)  lab  r  699  Kansa 
Sullivan  Jas  salsn  J  Greenberg  731  Market 
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Ward  Frank  G  (Henrietta)  dental  supplies  Flood 

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cm  AlTD  COniTTT  OOVE&imXiNT 

Mayor — James  Rolph,  jr. 

iSecretary — Edward  Ralney. 
Assessor — vTohn  Ginty. 

Chief  Deputy — R.  V.  Croskey. 
Auditor — Thomas  F.  Boyle. 

Chief  Deputy — John  J.  Boyle. 
City  Attorney — George  Lull. 
Sheriff — Thos.  F.  Finn. 

Under  Sheriff— Peter  J.  Kelly. 
Tax  Collector — Edw.  F.  Bryant. 
Treasurer — John  E.  McDougrald. 

Chief  Deputy — Alfred  W.  Hobro. 
Coroner — T.  B.  W.  Leland. 

Chief  Deputy — Jane  C.  Walsh. 
County  Clerk — ^H.  I.  Mulcrevy. 

Chief  Deputy — Milton  M.  Davis. 
County  Recorder — Edmond  Godchaux. 

Chief  Deputy — Charles  M.  Stoltz. 
District  Attorney — Matthew  Brady 


Superintendent  Common  Schools — ^Alfred 

Roncovieri. 
Law  Library.  Librarian — James  H.  Deer- 

Ing. 

Fire  Marshal — Charles  Towe. 
City  Engineer — M.  M.  O'Shaughnessy. 
Water  and  Light  Inspector — Robt.  Hamp- 
ton. 

Bureau  of  Weights  and  Measures — A.  J. 
Gallagher. 

Municipal    Band — Ernest    G.  Williams, 
Director. 

Municipal  Railroads — Fredk.  W  Boeken, 

Supt.    Office,  2600  Geary. 
Public  Administrator — ^W.  J.  Hynes,  office 

Phelan  Bldg.    Attorneys — CuUinan  & 

Hickey.    (Compensation — fees.) 
Public  Pound — Matthew  McCurrie,  Sec, 

16th  and  Alabama 
Widows  Pension  Bureau — Miss  Margaret 

C.  Nesfield,  Director,  City  Hall. 


Commissioner  —  Horticultural  —  Dudley 
Moulton,  City  Hall,  Wm.  J.  Burke  asst. 

Commissioners — Civil  Service — J.  J. 
O'Toole,  Pres,  E.  A.  Walcott,  Geo  A. 
Tracy.  Chief  Examiner  and  Sec. — 
James  J.  Maher. 

Commissioners — Election — Jas.  K.  Prior 
Jr.,  Pres,  Chas.  J.  Collins,  John  Her- 
mann, Wm.  McDevitt,  Thomas  V.  Cator. 
Registrar  of  Voters — J.  H.  Zemansky. 

Commissioners — Fire  Department — Wm. 
C.  Mikullch,  Pres.  J.  F.  Davis,  T.  R. 
Herring,  F.  C.  Sykes.  Sec — Frank  Ken- 
nedy. 

Commissioners — Insanity — C.  D.  McGet- 
tigan,  M.  D.,  Arthur  Beardslee,  M.  D., 
Daniel  D.  Lustig,  M.  D.,  Theo.  Rethers, 
M.  D. 

Commissioners — Park — John  McGregor, 
Pres.,  M.  Earl  Cummings,  Curtis  H. 
Lindley,  Sigmund  Greenebaum,  A.  B. 
Spreckels.  Sec. — James  De  Succa. 
Supt. — John  McLaren. 

Commissioners — Playgrounds — Rev.  D.  O. 
Crowley,  Pres.,  John  McLaren,  A.  J. 
Rossi,  Henry  B.  Mills,  Geo.  E.  Gal- 
lagher, Mrs.  F.  G.  Sanborn,  Miss  Ag- 
nes G.  Regan.  Frank  A.  Lawler,  Sec. 


Commissioners — Police — Theo.  J.  Roche, 
Pres.,  Andrew  F.  Mahony,  Jesse  B. 
Cook,  Dr.  Thos.  E.  Shumate.  Sec- 
Charles  F.  Skelly.  Chief  of  Police— 
D.  A.  White. 


BOABO  OT  SITPEXl'TZSO&S. 

Mayor  James  Rolph,  Jr.,  Pres.  ex  officio. 


Fred  Suhr,  Jr. 
Eugene  E.  Schmitz. 
Ralph  McLeran. 
Fred  L.  Jilmer. 
Warren  Shannon 
Chas.  A.  Nelson. 
James  B.  McSheehy 
Wm.  S.  Scott 
James  E.  Power. 


Edw.  I.  Wolfe. 
Edwin  G.  Bath 
J.  Emmet  Hayden. 
John  D.  Hynes. 
Jos.  P.  Lahaney. 
Jos.  Mulvihill. 
Richard  J.  Welch. 
Cornelius  J.  Deasy. 
Chas.  P.  Powers 


Clerk — John  S.  Dunnigan. 


BOAUD  OF  EDVCATIOir. 

Geo.  E.  Gallagher,  Pres.,  A.  A.  D'Ancona, 
Miss  Sarah  J.  Jones,  Miss  Agnes  G.  Re- 
gan. Sec. — M.  R.  Norris. 


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220  City  Hall. 
Matt  I.  Sullivan,  Pres.,  Paul  Scharenberg, 
Abbie  E.  Wilkins,  also  Frank  I.  Tur- 
ner. 


DEFABTUEirr  OF  El^ECTBICITT. 

Arthur  Kempston,  Chief,  room  205,  City 
Hall. 


DEFASTHEITT  OF  FVBXiXq  HEALTH. 

Main  Office,  1085  Mission,  nr.  Seventh. 

Arthur  H.  Barendt,  Pres.,  A.  P.  O'Brien, 
George  B.  Somers,  M.  D.,  Guy  E.  Mann- 
ing, M.  D.,  Lawrence  Arnstein,  BYank 
J.  Klimm,  Arthur  M.  Sharp. 

Health  Officer — Wm.  C.  Hassler. 

Chief  Sanitary  Inspector — Geo.  M.  Con- 
verse, M.  D. 

City  Physician — Arthur  N.  O'Neill,  M.  D. 

Chief  Clerk  and  Statistician — Ed.  M.  Cof- 
fey. 

Superintendent  San  Francisco  Hospital 
Supt.  Relief  Home  for  Aged  and  Infirm — 

C.  M.  Wollenberg. 
Chief  Surgeon  of  Emergency  Hospitals — 

Saxton  Pope,  M.  D. 
Chief    Medical    Inspector   of    Schools — 

Thomas  D.  Maher.  M.  D. 


DEFABTMENT  OF  FXTBI^IC  WOBKS. 

T.  A.  Reardon,  Pres.,  Adolph  Judell,  Dan- 
iel G.  Fraser.    W.  J.  Fitzgerald, 
Acting  Sec. 
Bureau  of  Architecture — John  Reid,  Jr., 

Consulting  Architect. 
Bureau  of  Engineering — M.  M.  O'Shaugh- 

nessy.  City  Engineer,  City  Hall. 
Bureau  of  Streets — 

Chief  Deputy,  City  Hall. 
Superintendent    of    Public    Buildings — 

Chas.     W.     Meehan,     Eleventh  and 

Bryant. 

Bureau    of   Building    Inspection — J.  P. 
Horgan,  Chief  Inspector,  City  Hall. 


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Repairs  to  County  Roads,  etc. — Jas.  R. 

McElroy,  Supt.,  11th  and  Bryant. 
Sewer  Cleaning — Jos.  C.  Llnehan,  Supt., 

office  2744,  16tli 
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H.  Lemare,  Organist,  Laricin  and 
Grove. 


STJPEBIOB  COUBT. 

Secretary  Superior  Judges  and  Jury  Com- 
missioner— Thomas  S.  Mulvey,  480 
City  Hall. 

Department  1.    Judge — James  M.  Troutt; 
term  expires  January,  1923. 
Clerk — P.  H.  Coyle. 
Department  2.  Judge — Frank  J.  Murasky; 
term  expires  January,  1923. 
Clerk— H.  J.  Jackson. 
Department  3.     Judge — Geo.  H.  Caban- 
niss;  term  expires  January,  1925. 
Clerk — Eugene  F.  Lacy. 
Department  4.    Judge — John  J.  "Van  Nos- 
trand;  term  expires  January,  1921. 
Clerk — Eugene  M.  Levy. 
Department  5.    Judge — John  Hunt;  term 
expires  January,  1921. 
Clerk — David  J.  Creamer. 
Department     6      (Criminal).      Judge — 
Michael  J.  Roche;  term  expires  Janu- 
ary 1,  1921. 
Clerk — Frank  I.  Butler. 
Department  7.  Judge — Edmund  P.  Mogan; 
term  expires  January,  1925. 
Clerk — Fred  W.  Mack. 
Department  8.  Judge — George  A.  Sturte- 
vant;  term  expires  January,  1921. 
Clerk — John  F.  Mooney. 
Department  9  (Probate).    Judge — Frank 
H.    Dunne;    term    expires  January, 
1921. 

Clerk — Robert  Munson. 
Department  10  (Probate  and  Civil).  Judge 
Thomas    F.    Graham;    term  expires 
January,  1925. 
Clerk — Wm.  H.  McNulty. 
Department  11  (Criminal).  Judge — -Frank- 
lin  A.  Griffin;  term  expires  January, 
1925. 

Clerk — J.  J.  Groom. 
Department  12  (Criminal).   Judge  Louis 
H.    Ward;    terms   expires  January, 
1921. 

Clerk — James  H.  Stevens. 
Department  13.     Judge — Daniel  C.  Deasy; 
term  expires  December,  1921. 
Clerk — M.  Kragen. 
Department  14.    Judge — George  E.  Croth- 
ers;  term  expires  l^ecember,  1921. 
Clerk — F.  B.  Lorigan. 
Department  15.    Judge — Edward  P.  Short- 
all;  term  expires  December,  1920. 
Clerk — M.  P.  Bruton. 
Department     16.      Judee  —  Bernard  J. 
Flood;  term  expire.s  December,  1921. 
Clerk — Thos.  B.  Manning. 
Jury  Commissioner — Thomas  S.  Mulvey, 
480  City  Hall. 
Clerk — Hetiry  McOrath. 
Juvenile   Court.     Judge — Frank    J.  Mu- 
rasky, 150  Otis. 
Chief  Probation  Officer — J.  C.  Astredo. 
Detention  Home — 15n  Otis. 
Probation   Committee — Mrs.    Edward  L. 
Baldwin,  Chairman;  James  R.  Prlngle, 
Rev.  D.  O.  Crowley,  Laura  McKlnstry, 
.Selah  Chamberlain,  U.  10.  Queen. 
Superior    Court    Commissioners — George 
D.  Perry,  Russel  Tyler,  James  S.  Mul- 
vey, Chas.  SamvieKs,  Leo  F.  Murasky. 
Murray  F.  Vandall. 


Superior  Court  Interpreters — Peter  A. 
Aguirre,  Franch  and  Spanish;  John  D. 
Schroeder,  German;  Andrew  Glover, 
Portuguese  and  Slavonian;  Paul  De 
Martini,  Jr.,  Italian;  Robert  Park,  Chi- 
nese; Frank  Demenstien,  Russian  and 
Polish;  Chas.  Geffeney,  Japanese;  D. 
P.  Damascus,  Greek. 

Ault  Probation  Board — Andrew  Y.  Wood, 
Chairman,  28  Montgomery  St.;  James 
S.  Fennell,  Vice-Chairman,  330  Fred- 
erick; Augustin  C.  Keane,  Secretary- 
Treasurer,  Hearst  Bldg. ;  Mrs.  Henry 
Sahlein,  1718  Jackson;  Dr.  J.  Wilson 
Shield,  516  Sutter;  George  Filmer,  330 
Jackson;  Miss  Mary  L.  Sweeney,  2699 
California;  Wm.  H.  NichoU,  Chief, 
Ault  Probation  Dept. 

Lunacy  Commission — Dr.  Arthur  Beards- 
lee,  Dr.  C.  D.  McGettigan,  Dr.  Theo. 
Rethers  and  Dr.  D.  D.  Lustig. 


JUSTICES  OF  TSE  PEACE. 

A.  T.  Barnett,  Thos.  F.  Prendergast, 
Rolla  B.  Watt,  James  G.  Conlan,  F.  T. 
Deasy.  Chief  Clerk — Robert  W.  Dennis. 
Chief  Deputy — Jeremiah  F.  Collins. 
Cashier — Thomas  G.  Riley.  Clerks — J.  J. 
Sweeney,  D.  Kearney,  W.  H.  Campbell, 
Wm.  H.  Hogan. 


POUCE  COTTBTS. 

Police  Court  No.  1.  Judge — T.  I.  Fitzpat- 
rick. 

Police  Court  No.  2.  Judge — John  J.  Sulli- 
van. 

Police  Court  No^.    Judge — Sylvester  J. 

McAtee..i='=^'''^''^— *~ 
Police  Court  No.  4.  Judge — Morris  Oppen- 

heim. 


POIiZCE  DEPABTSIENT. 

Commissioners — Theo.    J.    Roche,  Pres., 
Dr.  Thos.  E.  Shumate,  Jesse  B.  Cook. 

Sec— Charles  F.  Skelly. 
Chief  of  Police — D.  A.  White. 
Capt.  of  Detectives — Duncan  Matheson. 
Clerk  to  Chief  of  Police — Danl.  J.  O'Brien. 
Property  Clerk — Bernard  J.  Judge. 
Bond  and  Warrant  Department — Hall  of 

Justice. 


POUCE  STATIOKS. 

Bay  View. .  .Newcomb  and  Newhall  Avs. 

Bush  1422  Bush 

Central  Hall  of  Justice 

Golden  Gate  Park  Golden  Gate  Park 

Harbor. NE  cor.  Drumm  and  Commercial 

Ingleside  Ocean  and  San  Jose  Avs. 

Mission  3057  Seventeenth 

Nort;,  End  Greenwich  bet.  Pierce 

and  Scott. 

Potrero  Twentieth,  cor.  Third 

Richmond. Sixth  Av.  bet.  Geary  and  Anza 
Southern  4th  and  Clara 


FIBE  DEPABTMENT. 

Commissioners — Wm.  C.  Mikullch,  Pres.; 
J.  F.  Davis,  T.  R.  Herring.  F.  C. 
Sykes. 

Sec. — Frank  T.  Kennedy. 
Chief  Engineer — Thomas  R.  Murphy. 
First  Assistant  Chief  Engineer — John  J. 

Conlon. 

Second  Assistant  Chief  Engineer — Mich- 
ael Boden. 

Battalion  Chiefs — Alfred  Davis,  Thomas 
J.  Murphy,  W.  A.  Cook,  George  Bailey, 
Charles  Murray,  J.  R.  Maxwell,  Jas.  F. 
Layden,  Saml.  J.  A.  Spear,  Edw.  J. 
•Skelly,  Chas.  J.  Brennan. 


PZBE  PATBOt. 

Established  May,  1875.  John  E.  Sul- 
livan, Supt.  Office:  West  side  Natoma 
near  New  Montgomery. 

Station  No.  2 — 54  Waller. 

Station  No.  3 — 1350  Pacific. 


PACIFIC  FOUNDRY  COMPANY 


18th  and  Harrison  Sts. 


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Trustees — C.  H.  Bentley  Pres.,  M.  C. 
Sloss  Vice-Pres.,  Eustace  Cullinan,  R. 
B.  Hale,  Geo.  W.  Kelham,  Laura  Mc- 
Kinstry,  Jos  O'Connor,  Jas.  D.  Phelan, 
John  H.  Wise,  Edw.  R.  Taylor,  W.  R. 
K.  Young  and  the  Mayor.  Librarian — 
Robert  Rea.  Secretary — Geo.  A,  Mul- 
len. 

Main  Library — McAllister  and  Larkln, 
Civic  Center. 

Brancb  Ubrarles. 

Fillmore — Sacramento  bet.  Baker  and 
Lyon. 

Golden  Gate  Valley — Green  at  Octavia. 
McCreery — Sixteenth  near  Market. 
Mission — Twenty-fourth  at  Bartlett. 
Noe  Valley — Jersey  near  Castro. 
North   Beach — Powell   bet.  Washington 

and  Jackson. 
Park — Page  near  Cole. 
Richmond — Ninth  Avenue  near  Geary. 
Sunset — Eighteenth  Av.  at  Irving. 

Deposit  Sta>tioiiB. 
Bernal  Heights — 3536  Mission. 
Downtown — Emporium. 
Excelsior- — 540  Mission. 
Glen  Park — 596  Bosworth 
Ingleside — 422  Holloway  Av. 
Ocean  View — 379  Capitol  Av. 
Oceanside — Judah  and  Forty-eighth  Av. 
Polk — 1461  Polk. 
Potrero — Connecticut  near  20th. 
Richmond — 2320  Clement. 
San  Bruno — 136  Girard  Av. 
South  S'an  Francisco — 1202  Railroad  Av. 
Visitacion  Valley — 100  Leland  Av. 


Chinese  Chamber  of  Commerce — 754  Sac- 
ramento. 


Holland-American  Chamber  of  Commerce 

(Pacific  Coast) — 381  Bush.  Directors 
• — J.  C.  Van  Panthaleon,  Baron  Van 
Eck,  Pres.;  L.  H.  Hymans,  Secretary. 


Italian  Chamber  of  Commerce — A  protec- 
tive association  organized  for  the  pur- 
pose of  promoting  business  relations 
between  California  and  Italy  and  vice 

versa.    Office,     604     Montgomery,  A. 

Pedrini,  Pres.;  G.  Unti,  Sec. 
Pittsbrug  Chamber  of  Commerce — C.  A. 

Vogelsang,  Sec,  Balboa  Bldg. 
Japanese    Chamber    of    Commerce — ^444 

Bush  St.  S.  Koh,  Pres.;  K.  Kawashima, 

Vlce-Pres.;  H.  K.  Watanabe,  Sec. 


California  Bankers'  Association — Fred- 
erick H.  Colburn,  Sec. ;  office  Mills  Bldg. 
AXtT  SOCZETTES. 

The   San   Francisco    Art  Association 

(San  Francisco  Institute  of  Art,  Palace 
of  Fine  Arts,  Exposition  Grounds)- — Cor- 
ner of  California  and  Mason.  Organized 
March,  1871.  Meet  fourth  Tuesday  In 
each  month.  Chas.  T.  Crocker,  Pres.; 
Mrs.  Jos.  Fife,  Sec;  Walter  S.  Martin, 
Treas. 

The  California  School  of  Design — Main- 
tained by  the  Association;  teaches  draw- 
ing, painting,  modeling  in  all  their 
branches;  decorative  and  commercial  de- 
sign, handicrafts  and  teachers'  course. 


BOASD  OF  TBASE  OF  S&IT  FBAK- 
CZSOO. 
444  acarket  Street. 

Organized  April,  1877.  The  considera- 
tion of  all  subjects  pertaining  to  the  In- 
terest of  the  wholesale  merchants;  to 
prevent  settlements  by  insolvent  debtors 
without  the  fullest  investigation;  to  re- 
sist all  inequitable  and  fraudulent  set- 
tlements; to  bring  about  joint  action  in 
dealing  with  embarrassed  or  insolvent 
debtors  and  in  the  collection  of  debts 
other  than  in  the  ordinary  course  of 
business,  and  to  secure  efficient,  economi- 
cal and  expeditious  administrations  of 
insolvent  estates.  Thos.  M.  Earl,  Pres.; 
Joseph  Kirk,  Attorney;  G.  W.  Brainard, 
Sec. 


CAXZFOBNXA.  SEVE^OFXCEirr  BOABD. 
Ferry  Building-. 

Organized  to  Promote  State  Development. 

Executive  Committee — ^William  J.  Dut- 
ton.  Pres.;  A.  B.  C.  Dohrmann,  Vice- 
Pres.;  Robert  Newton  Lynch,  Vice- 
Pres.  and  Mgr.;  E.  E.  Bowles,  Sec;  Mrs. 
E.  M.  Cheesewright,  .rt.ssistant  Sec;  N. 
P.  Chipman,  James  Irvine,  Thos.  Mac- 
lay,  John  P.  Irish,  J.  B.  Bullitt,  R.  W. 
Pridham,  J.  S.  Mitchell,  B.  F.  Walton, 
Frederick  J.  Koster,  Chester  Rowell,  R. 
B.  Hale  and  Milton  H.  Esberg. 


BAX  FBAHCISCO  CHAUBSB  OF  OOIC- 
UEBCT, 

1001  Merchants  Exchange  Building — 
Atholl  McBean,  Pres.;  S.  B.  McNear, 
First  Vice-Pres.;  Robert  Newton 
Lynch,  Second  Vice-Pres.  and  Mgr.; 
Geo.  C.  Boardman,  Third  Vice-Pres. ; 
Jas.  J.  Fagan,  Treas.,  and  L.  M.  King, 
Secretary. 


Chamber  of  Commerce  of  the  U.  S.  A. 

(Pacific  Coast  District). — Paul  Clag- 
stone.  Sec,  634  Merchants  Exchange 
Bldg. 

Associated  Chamber  of  Commerce  of  the 
Pacific  Coast — C.  W.  Burks,  Sec,  530 
Mills  Bldg. 


CEIiEETBBIES. 

Calvary — Between  Geary  and  Turk, 
Broderick  and  Masonic  Av. ;  entrance  end 
of  Ellis. 

City  (closed) — 34th  and  Clement. 

CYPRESS  LAWN  CEMETERY 

Colma,  San  Uateo  Connty,  tel  Ban- 
dolpb  679,  Crematory  in  connection. 
Office,  995  Blarket,  tel  Sutter  695 

Eternal  Home  Cemetery — San  Mateo 
County.  Office    1881  Bush. 

G.  A.  R.  Cemetery — Office  1959  Geary. 

Greenlawn  Cemetery  —  San  Mateo 
County. 

Hills  of  Eternity — San  Mateo  County. 

Holy  Cross — San  lilateo  County.  Office, 
1100  Franklin. 

Home  of  Peace — Colma,  Cal.,  office  14 
Montgomery. 

Italian  Cemetery— Colma.  Office,  678 
Green. 

Laurel  Hill — Presidio  Av.,  bet.  Post  and 
California;  entrance  end  of  Bush. 

Masonic — Turk,  between  Masonic  and 
Parker  Av.   Office,  Phelan  Bldg. 

Mission  Dolores  (closed) — Corner  16th 
and  Dolores. 

MOUNT  OLIVET  CEMETERY 

Colma,  San  Uateo  Connty,  tel  Bandolpb 
638.    Office,  209  Post,  tel  Sutter  676 

Mount  Olivet  Cemetery  Association — 
Office,  209  Post. 

Mountain  View  Cemetery  Association — 
Terminus  Piedmont  Av.,  Oakland. 

National — ^Presidio  Reservation. 

Odd  Fellows'  Cemetery  Association — 
Geary  near  Arguello  Blvd. 

Salem — -San  Mateo  County. 

St.  Michael's — San  Mateo  County. 

Woodlawn  Cemetery — San  Mateo 
County. 


CBBUATOBIBS. 

Odd  Fellows'  Cemetery  Association  Cre- 
matory—Office, Geary  near  Arguello 
Blvd. 

San  Francisco  Cremation  Company — 
Office,  995  Market.  Crematory  at  Cypress 
Lawn  Cemetery,  Colma. 


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Crematories 


MISCELLANEOUS  INFORMATION 


Churches 


Post.    Crematory  at  Mount  Olivet  Ceme- 
Mount    Olivet    Crematory — Office,  209 
tery,  Colma.  San  Mateo  County. 

Oakland  Cremation  Association — Cor- 
ner Howe  and  Mather.  Oakland. 

CSTTBCHZS. 

Baptist. 

Central  Baptist  Church — Eureka  be- 
tween 18th  and  19th.   Rev.  Geo.  D.  Boiler, 

Ps-Stor  *  r  38  Or<3 

Chinese  Baptist  Church — 936  Stockton. 

Covenant  Baptist  Church — 325.  4th  Av. 
Rev.  Wm.  Haryett,  Pastor. 

First  Baptist  Church — Northwest  cor- 
ner Octavia  and  "Waller. 

First  German  Baptist  Church — Corner 
17th  and  Dehon.  Rev.  F.  A.  Petereit, 
Pastor;  r.  4692,  18th. 

First  Russian  Baptist  Church — 950 
Rhode  Island.   Rev.  Fred  Alexiff,  Pastor. 

First  Swedish  Baptist  Church — 3459 
17th.  Rev.  Magnus  Johnson,  Pastor;  r. 
15  Dearborn  PI. 

First  Russian  Baptist  Church — 954 
Carolina.  Rev.  Joachim  Glazko,  Pastor; 
r.  1235  De  Haro. 

Hamilton  Square  Baptist  Church — 1975 
Post  between  Fillmore  and  Steiner.  Rev. 
Creed  W.  Gawthrop,  Pastor;  r.  1975  Post. 

Second  Russian  Baptist  Church — 904 
Rhode  Island. 

Salem  Baptist  Church  (Swedish) — 856 
Capp.    Rev.  Oscar  Schulen,  Pastor. 

Tabernacle  Baptist  Church — ^Bartlett 
between  22d  and  23d.  Rev.  R.  S.  Dogge, 
Pastor. 

Twenty-first  Avenue  Baptist  Church — 
21st  Av.  and  Geary.  Rev.  J.  H.  Howe, 
Pastor;  r.  6110  California. 

Third  Baptist  Church  (Negro) — South- 
west corner  Clay  and  Hyde;  Rev.  Jas.  A. 
Dennis,  Pastor;  r.  1299  Hyde. 

Christian. 

First  Advent  Christian  Church — North- 
east corner  22d  and  Shotwell.  Wm.  E. 
Snider,  Pastor;  r.  747  Shotwell. 

First  Christian  Church — Duboce  Av. 
and  Noe.  Rev.  W.  P.  Bentley,  Pastor;  r. 
206  Steiner. 

God's  Christian  Church — Mrs.  M.  G. 
Hill,  Pastor.  Headquarters  59  Colling- 
wood. 

West  Side  Christian  Church — Bush  nr. 
Divisadero.  Rev.  D.  A.  Russell,  Pastor. 
Christian  sdeace. 

First  Church  of  Christ,  Scientist — 
Northeast  corner  California  and  Frank- 
lin. 

Second  Church  of  Christ,  Scientist — 
Dolores  and  Cumberland. 

Third  Church  of  Christ,  Scientist — 
1  250  Haight. 

Fourth  Church  of  Christ,  Scientist — 
450  Arguello  Boulevard. 

Fifth  Church  of  Christ.  Scientist — 430 
Mason. 

Si.xth  Church  of  Christ,  Scientist — 2137 
Sutter. 

Seventh  Church  of  Christ,  Scientist — 
540  Powell. 

Eighth  Church  of  Christ,  Scientist— 
K  P  Hall  115  Valencia 

Congreg'atlonal. 

Bethany  Congregational  Church — Bart- 
lett  near  25th.  Rev.  E.  J.  Singer,  Pastor, 
tor. 

Bethlehem  Congregational  Church — 
Vermont  near  25th.  Rev.  E.  O.  Thaver, 
Pastor;  r.  1332  Ver,  ont. 

Bible  College — North  side  of  Post  bet. 
Buchanan  and  Webster. 

Chicsa    Cristlana    Church — 613  Green. 

Chiiiose  Congregational  Church — 21 
Brenham  PI. 

First  Congregational  Church — South- 
past  cor.  Post  ami  Mason. 

Green  Street  Italian  Congregational 
Church — 613  Green.  Rev.  A.  B.  Apra, 
Pastor. 


Mission  Congregational  Church — 19th 
and  Dolores,  Rev.  E.  F.  HoUoway, 
Pastor. 

Ocean  View  Congregational  Church — 
148  Broad.  Rev.  Wm.  Floyd,  Pastor;  r. 
Oakland. 

Park  Congregational  Church — 164  J 
Hayes. 

Pilgrim  Congregational  Church— 462 
Edinburgh  near  Brazil. 

Richmond  Congregational  Church — Cor. 
7th  Av.  and  Geary.  Rev.  C.  N.  Thomas, 
Pastor;  r.  104  Lake. 

Sunset  Congregational  Church — Cor. 
10th  Av.  and  Judah.  Rev.  John  Brereton, 
Pastor;  r.  1467  10th  Av. 

Swedish  Mission  Tabernacle  (Congre- 
gational)— Cor.    Dolores    and  Dorland. 
Rev.  Axel  G.  Samuelson,  Pastor. 
Episcopal. 

All  Saints'  Church — North  side  of  Wal- 
ler bet.  Masonic  Av.  and  Ashbury.  Rev. 
F.  H.  Church,  Rector;  r.  1051  Taylor. 

Canon  Kip  Memorial  Mission — ^246,  2d. 

Cathedral  Mission  of  the  Good  Samari- 
tan— Potrero  Av.  and  25th.  Rev.  J.  P. 
Turner,  Vicar;  r.  1290  Potrero  Av.  , 

'Chinese  Episcopal  Mission — 966  Clay. 

Church  of  St.  John  the  Evangelist — 
I'Sth  and  Julian  Av.  Rev.  Chas.  L.  Thack- 
eray, Rector;  r.  120  Julian  Av. 

Church  of  St.  Mary  the  Virgin — South- 
west cor.  Union  and  Steiner.  Rev.  W.  E. 
Hayes,  Priest;  r.  1051  Taylor. 

Church  of  the  Advent — 261  Fell.  Rev. 
W.  B.  Kinkaid,  Pastor. 

Church  of  the  Incarnation — Cor.  11th 
Ay.  and  Irving.  Rev.  A.  B.  Chinn,  Pastor; 
r.  12'62  11th  Av. 

Church  of  the  Transfiguration — Saga- 
more near  Capitol  Av. 

Grace  Cathedral — California  bet.  Jones 
and  Taylor.  Rev.  J.  Wilmer  Gresham, 
Dean;  r.  1219  Sacramento. 

Holy  Innocents'  Protestant  Episcopal 
Church — Fair  Oaks  bet.  25th  and  26th. 

Japanese  Episcopal  Church — 2236  Post. 

St.  Barnabas  Episcopal  Mission — Vi- 
enna and  Brazil. 

St.  James  Protestant  Episcopal  Church 
— Clement  near  6th  Av.  Rev.  S.  J.  Lee, 
Rector,  r.  4652  California. 

St.  Luke's  Church — Cor.  Clay  and  Van 
Ness  Av.  Rev.  Edw.  Morgan,  Rector;  r. 
Hotel  Richelieu. 

St.  Paul's  Church — South  side  Califor- 
nia near  Steiner.  Rev.  Thos.  P.  Boyd, 
Pastor. 

St.  Peter's  Church  (Episcopal) — 29th 
Av.  and  Clement.  Rev.  Chas.  Hitchcock, 
Rector. 

St.  Stephen's  Church — North  side  of 
Fulton  bet.  Webster  and  Fillmore.  Rev. 
Geo.  H.  B.  Wright,  Rector;  r.  2242  Polk. 

Trinity  Church — Northeast  cor.  Bush 

and  Gough. 

Evang'ellcal. 

First  United  Evangelical  Church — 
North  side  24th,  bet.  Treat  Av.  and  Har- 
rison. 

Holy  Trinity  Church  (Greek) — 317,  7th. 
Rev.  Constantinos  Tsapralis,  Pastor;  r. 
11a  Cleveland. 

St.  Luke's  German  Evangelical  Church 
— 15th  near  Church.  Rev.  Alfred  Meyer, 
Pastor;  r.  2015.  15th. 

Ctreek  BaBslaji. 

Russian  Orthodox  Holy  Catholic  Trin- 
ity Cathedral — Rev.  Vladimir  Sakovich, 
Rector,  1520  Green. 

Hebrew. 

Bush  Street  Temple — 1881  Bush.  Rev. 
Herman  Rosenwasser,  Rabbi;  r.  350 
Arguello  Blvd. 

Chevra  Sharre  Refooah — 1937  Fill- 
more. D.  Lande,  Sec,  17  20  Golden  Gate 
Av. 

Congregation  Adath  Israel— 157b  Russ. 
Congregation  Anshi  Sfard — 1112  Golden 
Gate  Av. 

Congregation    Beth-Israel — Geary  bet 


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Churches 


MISCELIANEOUS  INFORMATION 


Churches 


Fillmore  and  Steiner.  Rev.  Herman  Bis- 
sau er.  Rabbi;  r.  3160  Clay. 

Cong-regation  B'nai  David  and  Mlkva 
Israel — 19th  bet.  "Valencia  and  Guerrero  . 

Congregation  Chivra  Thillim — ^Howard, 
N.  E.  cor.  Russ. 

Congregation  Emanu-El — Sutter  bet. 
Powell  and  Stockton.  Rev.  Martin  A. 
Meyer,  Rabbi;  r.  3108  Jackson. 

Congregation  Keneseth  Israel — Rev. 
Albert  Rappaport,  Rabbi;  r.  935  Web- 
ster. 

Congregation  Mokum  Israel — Rev.  Mor- 
ris Block,  Rabbi;  Sweene^  and  Merrill. 
Congregation     Ohaibai     Shalome  — 1881 
Bush.  Rev.  Herman  Rosenwasser,  Rabbi. 

Congregation    Sherith    Israel — North- 
east cor.  California  and  Webster. 
I^ntberan. 

Ansgar  Danish  Lutheran  Church — 150 
Church.  Rev.  P.  C.  Jensen,  Pastor;  r.  152 
Church. 

Christ  Church  English  Evangelical 
Lutheran — Masonic  Hall,  12th  Av.  and 
Irving.    Rev.  Theodore  Pieper,  Pastor. 

Finnish  Seamen's  Mission — 9  Mission. 
Rev.  Aarne  V.  Halla,  Pastor. 

First   English   Evangelical  Lutheran 
Church — ^Geary  near  Octavia.     John  R.  ■ 
Braeuer,  Pastor;  r.  1355  Geary. 

First  Finnish  Evangelical  Lutheran 
Church — 91  Essex.  Rev.  O.  E.  Maki, 
Pastor;  r  18  Rincon  PI. 

Germr.n  Evangelical  Lutheran  Zlon's 
Church — 9th  Av.  and  Anza.  Rev.  M.  H. 
Liebe,  Pastor,  r.  507,  4th  Av. 
.  Grace  English  Lutheran  Church — Ber- 
lin cor.  Bacon.  Rev.  Knut  Bjargo,  Pas- 
tor; r.  537  Girard. 

Norwegian  Lutheran  Church — 407  Do- 
lores. Rev.  Karl  Stromme,  Pastor;  r.  62 
Railway  off  Dolores  nr.  17th. 

Our  Savior's  Scandinavian  Lutheran 
Church — 1682  Howard. 

Scandinavian  Evangelical  Lutheran 
Seamen's  Mission — 9  Mission. 

St.  Andreas  German  Lutheran  Church 
— 754  Union.  Rev.  Adolf  Jatho,  Pastor; 
r.  Oakland. 

St.  Johannes  German  Evangelical 
Church — 2051  Larkln.  Rev.  G.  A.  Hensel, 
Pastor;  r.  2102  Larkin. 

St.  John's  Evangelical  Lutheran 
Church — 22d  between  Howard  and  Capp. 
Rev.  Arthur  Brohm,  Pastor;  r.  31  26  22d. 

St.  Luke's  Lutheran  Church — 1236  Cas- 
tro. 

St.  Markus  German  Evangelical  Luth- 
eran Church — 1135  O'Farrell  between 
Franklin  and  Gough.  Rev.  H.  S.  Felix, 
Pastor;  r.  1133  O'Farrell. 

St.  Matthew's  Evangelical  Lutheran 
Church — 16th  near  Dolores.  Rev.  Her- 
mann Gehrcke,  Pastor;  r.  433  Dolores. 

St.  Paul's  German  Evangelical  Church 
— 1419  Howard.  Rev.  K.  C.  Struckmeler, 
Pastor;  r.  1421  Howard. 

St.  Paulus  German  Evangelical  Luth- 
eran Church — Southeast  corner  Eddy  and 
Gough.  Rev.  G.  A.  Bernthal,  Pastor;  r. 
969  Eddy. 

Swedish  Evangelical  Lutheran  Bbe- 
nezer  Church — Corner  15th  and  Dolores. 
Rev.  C.  O.  Lindquist,  Pastor;  r.  208  Do- 
lores. 

Swedish  Lutheran  Emanuel  Church — 
Cortland  Av.  near  Gates.  Rev.  C.  O. 
Lundqulst;  r.  208  Dolores. 

Temple  Lutheran  Church — Bay  View 
and  Latona.  Rev.  Emil  Meyer,  Pastor; 
r.  1363  Palou  Av. 

Trinity  English  Evangelical  Lutheran 
Church — 2222  Howard.  Rev.  E.  M.  Stens- 
rud.  Pastor;  r.  2455  Howard. 

UethoftUrt. 

African  Methodist  EJpiscopal  Church — 
1207  Powell. 

Ashbury  Methodist  Episcopal  Church — 
Southwest   corner  7th  Av.  and  Geary. 

Rev.  W.  H.  D.  Hornaday,  Pastor. 


Bethany  Methodist  Episcopal  Church — 
Mission  near  Richland  Av.  Rev.  J.  T.  C. 
Smith,  Pastor;  r.  118a  Appleton  Av. 

Bethel  African  Methodist  Episcopal 
Church — 1207  Powell.  Rev.  Jas.  Wash- 
ington, Pastor. 

California  Street  Methodist  Episcopal 
Church — Southeast  corner  of  Broderick 
and  California — L.  W.  Wheatley,  Pastor; 
r.  2879  California. 

Calvary  Methodist  Episcopal  Church— 
19th  Av.  and  Judah.  Rev.  B.  B  .Lytle, 
Pastor;  r  1255  19th  Av. 

Central  Methodist  Episcopal  Church — 
O'Farrell,  Corner  Leavenworth — Rev. 
John  E.  Poucher,  Pastor;  r.  114  Edge- 
wood  Av. 

Chinese  Methodist  Episcopal  Church — 
1011  Stockton.  Rev.  Theodore  Chow,  Pas- 
tor; r.  920  Washington. 

Epworth  Methodist  Episcopal  Church — 
corner  Clipper  and  Sanchez.  Rev.  Mahlon 
B.  Young,  Pastor;  r.  1270  Sanchez. 

First  African  M.  E.  Zion  Church — 1681 
Geary.  Rev.  A.  L.  Lightford,  Pastor;  r. 
1418  Geary. 

First  Methodist  Episcopal  Chui-ch — 
Clay,  corner  Larkln.  Rev.  C.  L.  Bent, 
Pastor;  r,  1636  Clay. 

First  Norwegian  and  Danish  Methodist 
Episcopal  Church — ^17th  near  Mission. 
Rev.  O.  O.  Twede,  Pastor;  r.  265  Church. 

.First  Swedish  Methodist  Episcopal 
Church — Northeast  corner  Camp  and 
Guerrero.  Rev.  Francis  Ahnlund,  Pastor; 
r.  429  Guerrero. 

Free  Methodist  Church — 3024,  24th. 
Rev.  C.  L.  Manning,  Pastor. 

Grace  Methodist  Episcopal  Church — 
Corner  21st  and  Capp.  Rev.  A.  C.  Shep- 
herd, Pastor;  r.  3168  21st. 

Hamilton  Methodist  Episcopal  Church — 
Southeast  corner  Belvedere  and  Waller. 
Rev.  F.  P.  Flegal,  Pastor;  r.  1-69  Belve- 
dere. 

Haven  Methodist  Episcopal  Church — 
Rev.  W.  H.  Hampton,  Pastor;  456  Mis- 
souri. 

Howard  Street  Methodist  Episcopal 
Church — Southwest  corner  Howard  and 
Harriet.  Rev.  H.  J.  Winsor,  Pastor;  r.  74 
Moss. 

Japanese  Methodist  Episcopal  Church — 
1359  Pine. 

Norwegian  Danish  M.  E.  Church — 3337 
17th.  Rev.  O.  O.  Twede,  Pastor;  r.  265 
Church. 

St.  Andrew's  Methodist  Episcopal 
Church — 1793  Oakdale  Av.  Rev.  Robt.  E. 
Wenk,  Pastor. 

St.  John's  German  Methodist  Episcopal 
Church — 3718  Army.  Rev.  Gustave  A. 
Waasa,  Pastor;  1582  La  Salle  Av. 

St.  Paul's  German  Methodist  Episcopal 
Church — 240  Page.  Rev.  Frank  Brink- 
meyer.  Pastor;  r.  242  Page. 

Trinity  Methodist  Episcopal  Church — 
Corner  Market,  Noe  and  16th.  Rev.  Rob- 
ertson Burley,  Pastor;  r.  3878  17th. 

Union  Street  Methodist  Episcopal  Chap- 
el— 234  5  Union.  Rev.  J.  H.  Lewin,  Pas- 
tor; r.  638  Buchanan. 

Wesley  Methodist  Episcopal  Church — 
Southeast  corner  Hayes  and  Buchanan. 
Rev.  J.  H.  Lewin,  Pastor. 

BEetbodlst,  Sonth. 

Fitzgerald  Memorial  Methodist  Episco- 
pal Church — Bush  bet.  Taylor  and  Jones. 
Rev.  J.  Abner  Sage,  Pastor;  r.  960  Bush. 

Korean  Mission — 1053  Oak.  Rev.  David 
Lee,  Pastor. 

FxeBbyterlan. 

Bethany  Presbyterian  Churdi — Madrid 
and  Excelsior.  Rev.  A.  R.  Willis,  Pastor; 
r.  319  London. 

Calvary  Presbyterian  Church — North- 
west corner  Jackson  and  Fillmore.  Rev. 
Josiah  Sibley,  Pastor;  r.  2528  Washing- 
ton. 

Chinese  Presbyterian  Church  —  925 
Stockton. 


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Churches 

MISCELLANEOUS  INFORMATION 

ChxiTches 

First  Presbyterian  Church — Southeast 
corner  Van  Ness  Av.  and  Sacramento. 
Rev.  W.  K.  Guthrie.  Pastor;  r.  2353  Pacific 
A.V. 

Glenside  Presbyterian  Church — Dia- 
mond between  Chenery  and  Surrey.  Rev. 
A.  R.  Willis,  Pastor;  r.  319  London. 

Grace  Presbyterian  Church — 802  Hano- 
ver.   Rev.  Paul  R.  Dickie,  Pastor. 

Holly  Park  Presbyterian  Church — Cole- 
ridge and  Lizzie.  Rev.  James  M.  Mc- 
Elhinney,  Pastor;  r.  102  Coleridge. 

Howard  Presbyterian  Church — South- 
west corner  of  Oak  and  Baker.  Rev.  J. 
W.  Lundy,  Pastor;  r.  1834  Grove. 

Japanese  Church  of  Christ — 1500  Post. 

Lebanon  Presbyterian  Church — Corner 
Sanchez  and  23d.  Rev.  H.  G.  Murray, 
Pastor;  r  56  Vicksburg. 

Lincoln  Park  Presbyterian  Church — 
Clement  and  31st  Av.  Rev.  Philip  Payne, 
Pastor;  r  5822  California. 

Mlzpah  Presbyterian  Church — Harrison 
near  5th.  Rev.  F.  A.  Doane,  Pastor;  r. 
192  Hawthorne. 

Olivet  Presbyterian  Church — 19th  and 
Missouri.  Rev.  W.  C.  Spaan,  Pastor;  r. 
1419,  19th. 

Parkside  I*resbyterian  Church — Taraval 
and  28th  Av.  Rev.  Robt.  N.  Powers,  Pas- 
tor; r.  1420  Taraval. 

Russian  Presbyterian  Mission — 954 
Carolina.  Rev.  Joachim  Glazko,  Pastor; 
r.  1235  DeHaro. 

Seventh  Avenue  Presbyterian  Church — 
7th  Av.  between  Irving  and  Judah.  Rev. 
W.  J.  Fisher,  Pastor;  r.  1482.  6th  Av. 

St.  James  Presbyterian  Church — Leland 
Av.  opp.  Cora.  Rev.  R.  B.  Hummel,  Pas- 
tor. 

St.  John's  Presbyterian  Church — Argu- 
ello  Blvd.  corner  Lake.  Rev.  W.  A. 
Philips,  Pastor. 

St.  Paul's  Presbyterian  Church — 4227 
Kirkham.    Rev.  C.  E.  Lukens,  Pastor. 

Trinity  Presbyterian  Church — South- 
west corner  23d  and  Capp.  Rev.  J.  C. 
Reid,  Pastor;  r.  800  Head  St. 

University  Mound  Presbyterian  Church 
— Corner  Girard  and  Felton. 

Welsh  Presbyterian  Church — 451  Va- 
lencia. Rev.  F.  Floyd  Jones,  Pastor;  r. 
446  14th. 

Westminster  Presbyterian  Church — 
Southeast  corner  Page  and  Webster.  Rev. 
H.  -W.  Gilchrist,  Pastor. 

TTnited  Fresbyterlan. 

First  United  Presbyterian  Church — 
Golden  Gate  Av.  bet.  Pierce  and  Steiner. 
Rev.  O.  P.  Bell,  Pastor;  r.  1548  Fulton. 

Ingleside  United  Presbyterian  Church — 
Corner  Ocean  and  Granada  Avs.  Rev. 
W.  R.  McKnight,  Pastor;  r.  282  Granada 
Av. 

Second  United  Presbyterian  Church — 
Guerrero,  between  22d  and  23d.  Rev. 
William  E.  Dugan.  Pastor;  r.  1074  Guer- 
rero. 

Boman  CathoUo. 

Most  Rev.  E.  J.  Hanna,  D.D.,  Arch- 
bishop; Very  Rev.  P.  L.  Ryan,  Vicar  Gen- 
eral. Jas.  P.  Cantwell,  Sec,  1100  Frank- 
lin. 

All  Hallows  Church — Newhall,  bet. 
Oakdale  and  Palou  Avs.  Rev.  D.  O'Sul- 
livan.  Rector;  Rev.  John  Brady,  Assist- 
ant: r.  1715  Oakdale  Av. 

Church  of  Corpus  Ohristl — 80  Santa 
Rosa  Av.  Rev.  B.  C.  Redahan,  Pastor. 
Served  by  the  Saleslan  Fathers. 

Church  of  the  Epiphany — Russia  Av. 
and  Paris.  Rev.  Jas.  Stokes,  Pastor;  r. 
33  Persia  Av. 

Church  of  St.  Charles  Borromeo — 
Northwest  corner  of  18th  and  Shotwell. 
Rev.  Jos.  A.  McAulifTe.  Rector;  Rev. 
Edw.  Guedet  and  Rev.  Chas.  P.  Ryan, 
Assistants:  r.  2213  Howard. 

Church  of  St.  John  The  Evangelist — 
St.  Mary's  Av.  hetweon  Mission  and  Mar- 


silly  Av.  Rev.  Wm.  Lyons,  Pastor;  Rev. 
Hugh  Bohan  and  Rev.  Francis  Fletcher, 
Assistants;  r.  19  St.  Mary's  Av. 

Church  of  the  Holy  Cross — Ilddy  be- 
tween Scott  and  Divisadero.  Rev.  J.  W. 
Brockhage,  Rector;  Rev.  Wm.  F.  Keller, 
Assistant;  r.  1818  Eddy. 

Church  of  the  Most  Holy  Redeemer — 
Diamond  near  18th.  Rev.  Chas  E.  O'Nelle, 
Rector;  Rev.  E.  W.  O'Connor  and  Rev. 
Reuben  Bray,  Assistants;  r.  116  Dia- 
mond. 

Church  of  the  Nativity  (Slavonian) — 
Fell,  between  Franklin  and  Gough.  Rev. 
Francis  Turk,  Rector;  Rev.  Wm.  Hughes, 
Assistant;  r.  245  Linden. 

French  Roman  Catholic  Church — 1580 
La  Salle  Av. 

Immaculate  Conception  Church  (Ital- 
ian)— Folsom  bet.  Precita  Av.  and  Rip- 
ley. 

Rev.  Cornelius  Guerin  and  Rev.  Patrick 

Joan  of  Arc  Church — La  Salle  Av.  near 
Mendell.    Rev.  J.  Guibert,  Pastor. 

Mission  Dolores  Church — ^16th  and  Do- 
lores.   Rev.  John  W.  Sullivan,  Rector; 
Rev.  Cornelius  Guerin  and  Rev.  Patrick 
B.  Duffy  and  Cornelius  Guerin,  Assist- 
•  ants;  r.  3331,  16th. 

Notre  Dame  des  Victoires — North  side 
Bush,  between  Grant  Av.  and  Stockton. 
Served  by  the  Marist  Fathers.  Very  Rev. 
B.  Allain,  Rector;  Rev.  M.  J.  Murphy, 
Rev.  Fr.  Helliet  and  Rev.  L.  LeBihan, 
Assistants;  r.  526  (Bush. 

Sacred  Heart  Church — Corner  Fillmore 
and  Fell.  Rev.  Joseph  p.  McQuaide,  Rec- 
tor; Rev.  Francis  McCarthy,  Rev.  Tim- 
othy Moynihan  and  Rev.  Jas.  Lennon, 
Assistants;  r.  546  Fillmore. 

St.  Agnes  Church — ^West  side  Masonic 
Av.,  near  Page.  Rev.  John  A.  Butler, 
Rector;  r.  1025  Masonic  Av. 

St.  Anne's  Church — Funston  Av.  corner 
Irving.  Rev.  W.  G.  O'Mahony,  Rector; 
r.  1299  Irving. 

St.  Anthony's  Church  (German) — Army, 
between  Shotwell  and  Folsom.  Rev. 
Aegidius  Herkenrath,  Pastor;  r.  3225 
Army. 

St.  Boniface's  Church  (German) — South 
side  Golden  Gate  Av.  between  Jones  and 
Leavenworth.  Rev.  Maximilian  Neu- 
mann, Pastor;  r  133  Golden  Gate  Av. 

St.  Brendan's  Church — Northeast  cor- 
ner of  Fremont  and  Harrison.  Rev.  Rich- 
ard Collins,  Rector;  r.  532  Brannan. 

St.  Brigid's  Church — Van  Ness  Av.  and 
Broadway.  Rev.  John  E.  Cottle,  Rector; 
Rev.  J.  A.  Ryan  and  Rev.  John  McGarr, 
Assistants;  r.  2117  Van  Ness  Av. 

St.  Cecelia's  Church — 15th  Av,  corner 
Taraval.    Rev.  John  Tobin,  Pastor. 

St.  Dominic's  Church — East  side  Pierce, 
between  Bush  and  Pine.  Served  by  the 
Dominican  Fathers.  Very  Rev.  Pius  Mur- 
phy, Pastor;  r.  2390  Bush. 

St.  Edward's  Church — California  bet. 
Walnut  and  Laurel.  Rev.  W.  J.  Butler, 
Pastor:  r  3320  California. 

St.  Elizabeth's  Church — Corner  Berlin 
and  Wayland.   Rev.  M.  J.  Clifford,  Pastor. 

St.  Francis  Church — Vallejo  and  Co- 
lumbus Av.  Rev.  Patrick  CoUopy,  Rec- 
tor; r.  610  Vallejo. 

iSt.  Ignatius  Church — Corner  Parker  Av. 
and  Fulton.  Conducted  by  the  Fathers  of 
the  Society  of  Jesus,  connected  with  St. 
Ignatius  University. 

St.  Emydius  Church — Cor.  Ashton  and 
DeMontfort  Avs.  Rev.  Thos.  J.  Comer- 
ford,  Pastor;  r.  286  Ashton  Av. 

St.  James  Church — Guerrero  and  23d. 
Rev.  P.  R.  Lynch,  Rector;  Rev.  Michael 
Power  and  Rev.  Robert  O'Connell,  Assist- 
ants; r.  1086  Guerrero. 

St.  Joseph's  Church — Howard  and  10th. 
Rev.  Patrick  E.  Mulligan,  Rector;  Rev. 
P.  Bresnan  and  Rev.  Arthur  A.  Walsh, 
.\ssi.stants:  r.  1415  Howard. 


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Churches 


MISCELLANEOUS  INFORMATION 


Colleges  and  Schools 


St.  Mary's  Cathedral — Northwest  cor- 
ner Van  Ness  Av.  and  O'Farrell.  Most 
Rev.  Edw.  J.  Hanna,  Archbishop;  Eight 
Rev.  Chas.  A.  Ramm,  Administrator; 
Very  Rev.  P.  L.  Ryan,  Vicar-General; 
Rev.  Jas.  Cantwell,  Sec;  Rev.  D.  J. 
Kelly  and  Rev.  John  M.  Byrne,  Assist- 
ants; r  1100  Franklin 

St.  Mary's  Church  (Paulist  Fathers) — 
Northeast  corner  California  and  Grant 
Av.  Rev.  M.  P.  Smith,  Rector;  r.  660 
California. 

St.  Michael's  Church — ^Broad,  near  Ply- 
mouth Av.  Rev.  Jerome  B.  Hannigan, 
Rector;  IRev.  Timothy  Sihanahanj,  As- 
sistant; r.  3'2  Broad. 

iSt.  Monica's  Church — 369  23d  Av.  nr. 
Geary.  Rev.  Edw.  Doran,  Pastor. 

St.  Patrick's  Church — Mission,  between 
3d  and  4th.  Rev.  John  Rogers,  Rector; 
Rev.  Aidan  Doyle,  Rev.  Paul  Anderson, 
and  Rev.  Michael  Oallanan,  Assistants; 
r.  7i56  Mission. 

St.  Paul's  Church — 29th  and  Church. 
Rev.  M.  D.  Connolly,  Rector;  Rev.  H.  J. 
Lyne,  Rev.  E.  T.  McAllister  and  Rev. 
Wm.  J.  Quirke,  Assistants;  r.  221  Valley. 

St.  Peter's  Church — East  side  of  Ala- 
bama, between  24th  and  25th.  Rev.  P.  C. 
Torke,  Rector;  Rev.  Ralph  Hunt,  Rev. 
Edw.  Maher,  Rev.  Michael  Doyle  and  Rev. 
Robt.  O'Connor,  Assistants;  r.  1200  Flor- 
ida. 

Sts.  Peter  and  Paul's  Church  (Italian- 
Salesian  Fathers  of  Ven.  Don  Bosoo) — ■ 
650  Filbert.  Rev.  R.  M.  Piperni,  Rector; 
Rev.  Oreste  Trinchieri,  Rev.  Francesco 
Garassino,  Rev.  Jos.  R.  Simeoni  and 
Louis  B.  Galli,  Assistants;  r.  1600  Grant 
Av. 

St.  Philip  the  Apostle  Church — Eliza- 
beth between  Diamond  and  Castro.  Rev. 
John  J.  Cullen,  Pastor,  and  Rev.  M.  J. 
Doyle,  Assistant;  r.  7)2'5  Diamond. 

St.  Rose's  Church — Brannan,  near  4th. 
Rev.  Richard  Collins,  Rector;  Rev.  Tim- 
othy Galvin,  Assistant;  r.  532  Brannan. 

St.  Teresa's  Church — Tennessee,  near 
19th.  Rev.  John  Harnett,  Pastor;  Rev. 
Peter  Bennett  and  Rev.  E.  J.  Kelly.  Assist- 
ants; r.  723  Tennessee. 

St.  Vincent  de  Paul  Church — Green  and 
Steiner.  Rev.  Martin  P.  Ryan,  Rector; 
Rev.  Jas.  Donahue  and  Rev.  J.  H.  Long, 
Assistants;  r.  2300  Green. 

Star  of  the  Sea  Church — Northwest 
corner  Geary  and  8th  Av.  Rev.  Philip 
O'Ryan,  Rector;  Rev.  R.  Fitzgerald  and 
Rev.  J.  P.  Buckley,  Assistants;  r.  371,  8th 
Av. 

Yglesia  de  Nuestra  Senora  de  Guada- 
lupe— North  side  Broadway,  between  Ma- 
son and  Taylor.  Rev.  A.  M.  Santandreu, 
Rector;  Rev.  Francis  Rodergas  and  Rev. 
F.  I.  Elizondo,  Assistants;  r.  908  Broad- 
way. 

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Canon  Kip  Memorial  Mission — 246,  2d. 
Holy  Names  Convent — 10th  and  How- 
ard. 

Japanese  Catholic  Mission — 1715  Oc- 
tavia. 

Convent  of  the  Immaculate  Concep- 
tion— 24th  and  Guerrero. 

Little  Sisters  of  the  Poor — Lake,  opp. 
4  th  Av. 

Mt.  St.  Joseph's — South  San  Francisco. 
Notre  Dame  Convent — Dolores  and  16th. 
Sacred  Heart  Academy — Jackson  and 
Scott. 

Sacred  Heart  College — Ellis,  corner 
Franklin. 

Sisters  of  the  Holy  Family — Northeast 
corner  Hayes  and  Fillmore. 

St.  Agnes  Academy — 545  Ashbury. 

St.  Brigld's  Convent — Van  Ness  Av.  and 
Broadway. 

St.  Catherine's  Home — Potrero  Av.  near 
21st. 

St.  Charles  Academy — 18th  and  Shot- 
well. 


St.  Francis  Technical  School  —  Geary 
and  Gough. 

St.  Mary's  Hospital — Hayes  and  Shra- 
der. 

St.  Peter's  Academy  —  24th  and  Ala- 
bama. 

St.  Rose's  Academy — Pine,  corner  of 
Pierce. 

St.  Sebastian's — Presidio. 

St.  Vincent's  Convent — 5th  and  Clemen- 
tina. 

Youths'  Directory — 19th  and  Church. 
Swedenborglan. 

Church  of  the  New  Jerusalem — North- 
west corner  Lyon  and  Washington. 

New  Jerusalem  Church — 1640  O'Farrell. 
Rev.  Thos.  French,  Pastor;  r.  Sebasto- 
pol,  Cal. 

Unitarian. 

First    Unitarian    Church — Southwest 
corner  Franklin  and  Geary.    Caleb  S.  S. 
Dutton,  Pastor;  r.  3477  Pacific  Av. 
nUscellaiieoiiB  CbtixclieB.. 

American  Rescue  Workers — 1028  Mar- 
ket, 540  Valencia;  o    ce  46  Kearny. 

Assemblea  Cristiana — 720  Columbus 
Av. 

Buddhist  Mission — 1881  Pine. 
Catholic  Apostolic  Church — 601  Belve- 
dere.   Rev.  R.  R.  Krull,  Pastor. 
Christadelphlans — 2091.  15th. 

Christian  Assyrian  Congregation — 110 
Stillman. 

Christian  Crusade  Assembly  —  1161 
Golden  Gate  Av. 

Christian  Philosophical  Institute — Pa- 
cific Bldg.  Dr.  Wilbert  LeRoy  Casper, 
Bishop. 

Christian  Science  Reformed  Church — 
Rev.  John  D.  Hathaway,  Pastor;  head- 
quarters, 1530  Ellis. 

Church  of  Christ — 149  Eddy.  Max  Lang- 
paap.  Evangelist;  r.  253,  8th  Av. 

Church  of  Jesus  Christ  of  Latter  Day 
Saints — 1649  Hayes. 

Church  of  the  Advent— 261  Fell. 

Church  of  the  Plymouth  Bretheren — 
1040  Wisconsin. 

Church  of  the  Seventh-Day  Adventlsts 
Society  of  San  Francisco — 916  Lagxina. 
C.  E.  Ford,  Pastor. 

Church  of  the  Sunflower  League  of 
Spiritualists — 44  Page. 

City  Rescue  Mission — 184  Jessie. 

Congregational  Chinese  Mission — 1858 
Laguna. 

Cumberland  Presbyterian  Chinese  Mis- 
sion— ^1101  Stockton. 

Emanuel  Evangelical  Assn. — 19th  and 
Capp.  Rev.  H.  O.  Loreny,  Pastor. 

Finnish  Seamen's  Mission — 9  Mission. 

First  Pentecostal  Church  of  the  Naza- 
rene — 3416,  19th.  Thos.  Murrish,  Pastor; 
r.  28  Cumberland. 

Hebrew  School  and  Synagogue — Gold- 
en Gate  Av.  bet.  Buchanan  and  Webster. 

Glad  Tidings  Mission — Rev.  R.  J. 
Craig,  Pastor;  153'6  Ellis. 

Grace  and  Truth  Mission — Rev.  BYedk. 
W.  Childe.  Pastor;  1658  O'Farrell. 

Gospel  Hall — 1230  Valencia. 

Hindu  Temple — 2963  Webster. 

Holy  Trinity  Church  (Greek  Ortho- 
dox)— 317,  17th.  Rev.  C.  A.  Tsapralis, 
Pastor. 

Home  of  Truth — 1109  Franklin.  Serv- 
ices Sunday  11  a.  m.,  at  536  Sutter. 

Japanese  Reformed  Church — 1760  Post. 

Jerry  McAuley  Mission  of  S.  F. — Under 
auspices  of  The  California  Prison  Com- 
mission, 110  Stillman. 

Korean  Mission — 1053  Oak.  Rev.  David 
Lee,  Pastor. 

Life  Line  Gospel  Mission — 828  Kear- 
ney. 

Mariner's  Church — 58  Commercial. 

Methodist  Episcopal  Chinese  Church — 
1001  Stockton. 

People's  Church — 184  Jessie. 

Reoiganized  Church  of  Jesus  Christ  of 
Latter  Day  Saints — Caselli  Av.  and  Dan- 


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Miscellaneous  Churches 

MISCELLANEOUS  INFORMATION 

Federal  Govt  Offices 

vers.  Rev.  Gilbert  J.  Waller,  Pastor;  r. 
1436  Taylor. 

Salvation  Army  Headquarters — (South- 
ern Pacific  Province) — Lieut.  Col.  Henry 
C.  Lee,  Provincial  Officer;  Brigadier  A. 

Salvation  Army  Industrial  and  Social 
Merriweather,  General  Sec;  rooms  322- 
324  Lachman  Bldg.,  417  Market. 
Department — Major  George  Reid,  officer 
in  charge,  850  Harrison. 

Scandinavian  Evan.  Lutheran  Seamen's 
Mission — 9  Mission.  Rev.  Ole  Groens- 
berg.  Pastor. 

Spiritual  Church  of  the  Soul — 1217 
Geary. 

Swedish  Tabernacle — 415  Dolores. 

Synodical  Society  of  Home  Missions  of 
the  Presbyterian  Church — 920  Sacra- 
mento. 

United  Evangelistic  Mission  Associa- 
tion— 59  Collingwood.  Rev.  J.  "W.  Hill, 
General  Superintendent. 

Universal  Alliance  Church  (Inc.) — 222 
Van  Ness  Av. 

Volunteers  of  America — Headquarters 
Pacific  Coast  Regiment,  119,  10th;  Colonel 
and  Mrs.  Walter  Duncan,  Commanding. 

Whosoever-Will  Rescue  Mission  (Inc.) 
— 614  Pacific. 


COXt^EOES  AKB  FBIVATE  SCHOOI^S. 

Academy  of  the  Immaculate  Conception 
— Guerrero,  between  24th  and  25th. 

Academy  of  the  Sacred  Heart — North- 
west corner  Jackson  and  Scott. 

California  School  of  Mechanical  Arts, 
The — Corner  16th  and  Utah.  Rudolph  J. 
Taussig,  Pres.;  George  A.  Merrill,  Sec- 
retary-Director; Bruno  Heymann,  Dean; 
Ora  E.  Iverson,  Recorder. 

Cogswell  Polytechnical  College — Corner 
of  26th  and  Folsom.   John  H.  Sammi,  Sec. 

College  of  Notre  Dame — Dolores  bet. 
16th  and  17th.  Conducted  by  Sisters  of 
Notre  Dame. 

College  of  Pacific  Endowment  Fund 
Committee — Royal  Insurance  Bldg.  John 
A.  Percy,  Sec;  Rolla  V.  Watt,  Chairman. 
Meets  at  call  of  Chairman. 

Dudley  Business  College — Mission  Bank 
Bldg.,  16th  and  Julian  Av. 

George,  E.,  School  of  Languages — (Ber- 
litz Method),  2531  Washington. 

Hamlin's,  Miss,  School — 2230  Pacific  Av. 

Hastings  College  of  Law — Law  Depart- 
ment of  the  University  of  California,  City 
Hall.    Edward  Robeson  Taylor,  Dean. 

Heald's  Business  College — E.  P.  Heald, 
Pres.    Van  Ness  Av.  and  Post. 

Immaculate  Conception  Academy — 1214 
Guerrero 

Pacific  College  of  Law — Saml.  S.  Mc- 
Cahill,  LL.  M.,  Dean.    Monadnock  Bldg. 

Sacred  Heart  College — Ellis  and  Frank- 
lin. Conducted  by  the  Brothers  of  the 
Christians  Schools.  Brother  Gregory, 
F.  S.  C,  Pres. 

Sacred  Heart  Presentation  Convent — 
281  Masonic  Av.  Conducted  by  the  Pre- 
sentation Sisters. 

San  Francisco  lousiness  College — 1215 
Van  Ness  Av. 

San  Francisco  Theological  Seminary, 
The — San  Anselmo,  Marin  County. 

St.  Agnes  Presentation  Academy — Sis- 
ter M.  Mechtilde,  Superior.    ^45  Ashbury. 

St.  Ignatius  University — 2211  Hayes. 
Very  Rev.  Patrick  J.  Foote,  S.  J.,  Pres. 

St.  John's  School — 2518  Howard.  Con- 
nected with  St.  Johannes  Evangelical 
Lutheran  Church.    J.  H.  F.  Hoelter,  Prln. 

St.  Joseph's  Schools — 10th,  between 
Howard  and  Folsom.  Boys'  school,  con- 
ducted by  the  Brothers  of  Mary.  Rev. 
Brother  George,  Superior.  The  Girls' 
school  Is  conducted  by  the  Sisters  of 
the  Holy  Names.  Rev.  Mother  Mary  Mar- 
cella,  Superioress. 

.''t.  Paulus  School — Conducted  with  St. 


Paulus  Lutheran  Church.  Corner  Eddy 
and  Gough. 

St.  Rose's  Academy — 2475  Pine. 

Trinity  School — 846  Stanyan. 

Wilmerding  School  of  Industrial  Arts — 
Northeast  corner  Utah  and  17th.  George- 
A.  Merrill,  Director;  George  F.  Wood, 
Dean;  Hilda  Von  Der  Mehden,  Recorder. 


EXCHANGES. 

Builders'  Exchange,  The — 180-188  Jes- 
sie. S.  A.  D.  Schenck,  Fin.  Sec,  Sliaron 
Bldg.  Building  open  from  8  a.  m.  to  5  p.  m.. 
Board  of  Directors  meets  last  Friday  of 
month  at  11  a.  m. 

Building  Industries  Association — 
Headquarters  open  from  8  a.  m.  to  5 
p.  m.  Board  of  Governors  meet  2d  Tues- 
day in  each  month.  Chas.  W.  Gompertz, 
Pres.;  S.  G.  Hurst,  Sec,  110  Jessie. 

General  Contractors'  Association  — 
Rooms  open  from  8  a.  m.  to  5  p.  m.  Asso- 
ciation hours,  12  m.  to  2:30  p.  m.  daily. 
Board  meetings  2d  Monday  in  each- 
month.  A.  F.  Lindgren,  Pres.;  P.  J.  Cole,. 
Sec,  110  Jessie. 

Insurance  Brokers'  Exchange — Room 
708  Merchants  Exchange  Bldg.  Meets  2di 
Wednesday  of  each  month.  S.  M.  An- 
derson, Sec.-Mgr. 

Master  Plasterers'  Association — 185 
Stevenson.  Meets  1st  and  3d  Tuesdays- 
of  each  month  at  the  Builders'  Exchange. 
Wm.  S.  iScott,  Sec. 

Merchants'  Exchange,  The — 465  Cali- 
fornia. 

San  Francisco  Real  Estate  Board— L. 
H.  Mooser,  Pres.;  L.  E.  Burks,  Sec.,. 
Mills  Bldg. 

San  Francisco  Stock  Exchange — Ses- 
sions held  daily  commencing  at  9.30  a.  m.. 
at  353  Bush. 

San  Francisco  Stock  and  Bond  Ex- 
change— 341  Montgomery.  Sessions  10:30' 
a.  m.  and  2  p.  m.  L.  p.  Wilton,  Sec. 

San  Francisco  Wholesael  Dairy  Prod- 
uce Exchange — 268  Market. 


COTT&TS. 

For  United  States  Courts,  see  Federal. 
Government  Offices.  For  Superior,  Jus- 
tices' and  Police  Courts,  see  City  and 
County  Government.  For  Supreme  Court, 
see  State  Officers. 


FESEBAXi  OCTEBirUEirr  OFFICES 

Army  United  States,  Western  Divlsion^. 
(embracing  the  States  of  California, 
Idaho,  Montana,  Nevada,  Oregon,  Utah, 
Washington,  Wyoming  and  the  Terri- 
tories of  Alaska  and  Hawaiian  Islands 
— Headquarters:  San  Francisco,  Cal., 
Santa    Fe   Bldg.     Commander,  Major 

General  J.  F.  Morrison,  U.  S.  A. 

Department  of  California — Headquar- 
ters: Fort  Miley. 

Marine  Corps,  United  States — North- 
west corner  Annie  and  Stevenson. 

Branch     Hydrographic     Office,  United. 
States    Navy  —  Merchants  Exchange 
Bldg.    Lieut.  Comdr.  Chas.  P.  HufC. 
Cable  Censor:  22  Battery. 

Bureau  of  War  Risk  Insurance — 420 
Flood  Bldg. 

California  Debris  Commission — W.  H. 
Heuer,  U.  S.  A.  retired.  Pres.;  Colonel 
L.  H.  Rand  (Corps  of  Engineers,  U.  S. 
A.)  405  Custom  House. 

Coast  and  Geodetic  Survey(Western  Coast 
Division)— Office,  310  Custom  House. 
E.  F.  Dicklns,  Inspector  In  charge,  San, 
Francisco. 

Collector  of  the  Customs— Office,  319  Cus- 
tom House.  J.  O.  Davis,  Collector; 
Henry  E.  Farmer,  Chief  Clerk;  Newton 
S.  Farley,  Deputy;  William  I^.  Ham- 
len,  Gauger.  63  Appraisers  Bldg. 

Federal  Board  for  Vocational  Education 

—Flood  Bldg. 


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Federal  Govt  Offices 

MISCELLANEOUS  INFORMATION 

Federal  Govt  Offices 

T'ederal  Oil  Director  of  Pacific  Coast — D. 
M.  Folsom,  First  Nat.  Bank  Bldg. 

Federal  Board  for  Vocational  Education 
— W.  G.  Hummel,  Federal  Agent  Agri- 
cultural Education;  Ben  W.  Johnson, 
Federal  Agent  for  Industrial  Educa- 
tion.   681  Market. 

T'ederal  Reserve  Bank  of  San  Francisco — 
Zajm^s  K.  Lynch,  Gov.;  Wm.  A.  Day, 
Asst.  Dep.  Gov.;  John  Perrin,  Chairman 
of  Board;  Geo.  O.  Bordwell,  Cashier;  C. 
J.  Shepard,  Asst.  Cashier;  Ira  Clerk, 
Asst.  Cashier.  313  Battery. 

Internal  Revenue  Collector — 121  Custom 
House.  Justus  S.  Wardell,  Collector; 
John  L.  Flynn,  Chief  Deputy;  C.  J  Mc- 
Glynn,  Cashier. 

Interstate  Commerce  Commission  (Divis- 
ion of  Valuation,  Pacific  District) — 
Wells  Fargo  &  Co.  Bldg.,  85.  2d. 

Master  and  Examiner  in  Chancery,  U.  S. 
District  Court — Harry  M.  Wright,  305 
Postofflco  Bldg. 

National  Parks — Mark  R.  Daniels,  Gen- 
eral Supt.,  1085  Monadnock  Bldg. 

National  Quarantine  Station — Angel  Is- 
land. 

Naval  Consulting  Board — A.  H.  Babcock, 
65  Market. 

Naval  Officer — Office,  325  Custom  House. 

Postoffice — 7th  and  Mission.  Chas.  W. 
Fay,  Postmaster;  W.  P.  Burke,  Assist- 
ant; Stuart  Aldrich,  Supt.  Money  Order 
Division;  E.  J.  Barton,  Cashier;  Wm.  L. 
St.  Amant,  Supt.  of  Mails;  R.  Kaulfuss, 
Clerk  in  Charge  Postal  Savings  De- 
pository; L.  P.  McGettigan,  Geo.  J. 
Asmussen,  Examiners  of  Stations. 

Postoffice  Inspectors — Postoffice  Bldg., 
room  218.  S.  H.  Morse,  Inspector  In 
charge. 

Special  Agents  U.  S.  Treasury  Depart- 
ment— Room  315  Custom  House.  W.  H. 
Tidwell,  Special  Agent  in  Charge. 

Superintendent  Railway  Mail  Service — 
Claude  E.  Slater.  Office,  234  Postoffice 
Bldg. 

Surveyor  of  Customs — John  S.  Irby,  Sur- 
veyor; John  T.  Stone,  Chief  Deputy. 
Office,  325  Custom  House. 

United  States  Appraiser  of  Merchandise — 
Ed.  E.  Leake.  Room  49  Appraisers 
Bldg. 

United  States  Attorney — Frank  M.  Silva. 
Room  405,  Postoffice  Bldg. 

United  States  Auditor  of  Customs  (S.  F. 
Dist.) — 214  Custom  House  Bldg. 

United  States  Bureau  of  Foreign  and 
Domestic  Commerce  (Dept.  of  Com- 
merce)— 307  Custom  House  Bldg. 

United  States  Bureau  of  Mines — 506  Cus- 
tom House  Bldg. 

United  States  Bureau  of  Mines  (Chem- 
ical Laboratory) — 13  Appraisers  Bldg. 

United  States  Bureau  of  Public  Roads — 
Mills  Bldg. 

United  States  Chinese  Bureau — 62  Ap- 
praisers Bldg  and  Angel  Island. 

United  States  Civil  Service  Commission — 
Twelfth  District  (Arizona,  California, 
Colorado,  Nevada,  New  Mexico  and 
Utah).  Headquarters,  241  Postoffice 
Bldg.    Charles  L.  Snyder,  District  Sec. 

United  States  Circuit  Court  of  Appeals 
for  the  Ninth  Circuit — Room  326  Post- 
office  Bldg.  Cerk's  office,  room  319 
Postoffice  Bldg. 

Circuit  Judges — ^William  H.  Gilbert, 
Erskine  M.  Ross,  William  W.  Morrow 
and  William  H.  Hunt. 

Circuit  Justice — Joseph  McKenna, 
Washington,  D.  C. 

Secretary — ^Wm.  H.  Barnum. 
District  Judges — Benj.  F.  Bledsoe, 
Charles  E.  Wolverton,  Edward  S.  Far- 
rlngton,  Frank  S.  Dietrich,  William  C. 
Van  Fleet,  Robert  S.  Bean,  Frank  H. 
Rudkin,  George  M.  Bourquin,  Edward 
E.  Cushman,  Jeremiah  Neterer,  Maurice 
T.  Dooling,  William  H.  Sawtelle  and 
Oscar  A.  Trippet. 


Clerk — Frank  D.  Monckton. 
Deputy  Clerks — Paul  P.  O'Brien  and 
Howard  Thomas. 

Marshal — Jas.  B.  Holohan. 
Crier — 'O.  W.  Yeargain. 

United  States  Alaska  Engineering  Com- 
mission— iGeo.  H.  Gamble,  Purch.  Agt. 
Kohl  Bldg. 

United  States  Department  of  Labor  (Em- 
ployment Service) — Women  and  Girls' 
Department,  Chronicle  Bldg.;  Men's,  2 
Appraisers  Bldg. 

United  States  Coast  Guard — ^Thirteenth 
District.  Office,  rooms  416-421  Custom 
House  Bldg.  Stations:  Fort  Point,  Pre- 
sidio Reservation,  Golden  Gate,  mile 
south  of  Cliff  House,  South  side  Ocean 
Beach  zy^  miles  South  of  Golden  Gate, 
Point  Bonita  and  Fort  Barry  Reserva- 
tion. 

United  States  Commandant,  12th  Naval 
District — 461  Market. 

United  States  Commissioner  of  Immigra- 
tion— Room  62  Appraisers  Bldg.  - 

United  States  Commissioner — Francis 
Krull,  room  308  Postoffice  Bldg. 

United  States  Court  House  and  Postoffice 
Building — Chas.  W.  Fay,  Custodian,  114 
Postoffice  Bldg. 

United  States  District  Court — ^First  Di- 
vision for  the  Northern  District  of 
California — Room  332  Postoffice  Bldg. 
Clerk's  office,  room  309  Postoffice  Bldg. 

Judge — ^M.  T.  Dooling.  Clerk — W.  B. 
Maling.  Deputy  Clerks— C.  W.  Cal- 
breath,  L.  S.  Morris,  T.  L.  Baldwin  and 
C.  M.  Taylor. 

United  States  District  Court — Second  Di- 
vision Northern  District  of  California 
• — Room  304  Postoffice  Bldg.  Clerk's 
office,  3  27  Postoffice  Bldg. 

Judge — ^William  C.  Van  Fleet.  Tele- 
phone Market  301.  Clerk — W.  B.  Mal- 
ing. Deputy  Clerk — John  A.  Schaert- 
zer. 

United  States  Department  of  Agriculture 
(Bureau  of  Animal  Industry) — Labora- 
tory, 45%  Appraisers  Bldg.,  A.  E.  Gra- 
ham, Sen.  Laboratory  Inspector. 

United  States  Department  of  Agriculture 
(Bureau  of  Animal  Industry) — Meat 
Inspection  and  Live  Stock  Quarantine 
H.  H.  Hicks,  Inspector  in  charge,  room 
501  Custom  House  Bldg. 

United  States  Department  of  Agriculture 
(Bureau  of  Chemistry) — Food  and 
Drug  Inspection  Laboratory,  33  Ap- 
praisers Bldg. 

United  States  Department  of  Agriculture 
(Bureau  of  Crop  Estimates) — Room  508 
Custom  House  Bldg. 

United  States  Department  of  Agriculture 
(Forest  Service) — F.  E.  Olmsted.  Dis- 
trict Forester.    114  Sansome. 

United  States  Department  of  Agriculture 
— Office  of  Public  Roads,  District  No. 
2,  Mills  Bldg. 

United  States  Department  of  Agriculture 
— Bureau  of  Markets — Grain  Super- 
vision and  Market  News,  hay  and  grain. 
Merchants  Exchange  Bldg.  Live  Stock 
and  Meats,  606  Balboa  Bldg.  Seed  Re- 
porting, 607  Balboa  Bldg. 

United  States  Department  of  Justice — 
Room  214,  Postoffice  Bldg. 

United  States  Department  of  Justice  (Bu- 
reau of  Investigation) — Flood  Bldg. 

United  States  Department  of  Labor — (Di- 
rector of  Employment  for  California, 
Arizona  and  Nevada)  W.  T.  Boyce,  Di- 
rector, 703  Market. 

United  States  Engineer's  Office  (Rivers 
and  Harbors)  —  Room  401  Custom 
House  Bldg. 

United  States  Engineer's  Office  (Sacra- 
mento and  San  Joaquin  Rivers) — Room 
405  Custom  House  Bldg. 
United  States  Explosive  Inspector- — J. 
M.  Griffin,  525  Market. 


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MISCELLANEOUS  INFORMATION 


State  of  Cal.  Offices 


United  States  Food  Administration — 
Ralph  Merritt,  Commissioner,  417 
Market. 

United  States  General  Land  Office  (San 
Francisco  Field  Division) — Geo.  Hay- 
worth,  Chief.  Room  512  Custom  House 
Bldg. 

United  States  Geological  Survey — Charles 

G.  Yale  in  charge.  Room  305  Custom 
House  Bldg.   Water  Resource  Branch — 

H.  D.  McGlashan,  District  Engineer. 
Room  328  Custom  House  Bldg. 

United  States  Housing  Corporation — R. 
A.  Petit,  Manager,  Sharon  Bldg. 

United  States  Indian  Service — 608  How- 
ard. 

United  States  Internal  Revenue  Agent — 

H.  J.  Douglas,  Flood  Bldg. 
United  States  Internal  Revenue  Collector 

— Justus  S.  Warden,  119  Custom  House 

Bldg. 

United  States  Land  Office — John  B.  San- 
ford,  Register;  Grace  B.  Caukin,  Re- 
ceiver.   311  Custom  House  Bldg. 

United  States  Lighthouse  Inspector — H. 
W.  Rhodes.  Office,  424  Custom  House 
Bldg. 

United  States  Local  Inspector  of  Boilers 
of  Steam  Vessels — J.  P.  Dolan,  room 
519  Custom  House  Bldg. 

United  States  Local  Inspector  of  Hulls, 
iSteam  and  Sail  Vessels — James  Guth- 
rie.   Room  520  Custom  House  Bldg. 

United  States  Marine  Hospital — Moun- 
tain Lake  Presidio  Reservation.  Out- 
patient office,  room  1  Appraisers  Bldg. 

United  States  Marshal  of  Northern  Dis- 
trict of  California — James  B.  Holohan. 
office,  room  311  Postoffice  Bldg.  Chief 
Office  Deputy,  George  H.  Burnham. 

United  States  Mint — Office  hours  from  9 
a.  m.  to  3.  p.  m.  Gold  bullion  received 
dally  from  9  a.  m.  to  4  p.  m.  Superin- 
tendent, Thaddeus  W.  H.  Shanahan. 

United  States  Naturalization  Bureau,  De- 
partment of  Labor  (California,  Nevada, 
Arizona) — Room  204  Postoffice  Bldg. 
George  A.  Crutchfleld,  Chief  Examiner. 

United  States  Naval  Communication  Ser- 
vice— A.  R.  Rice,  Expert  Radio  Aide, 
43i5  Mission. 

United  States  Naval  Officer  (Port  of  San 
Francisco) — Jas.  H.  Barry.  Room  325 
Custom  House  Bldg. 

United  States  Naval  Reserve  Force  (12th 
Naval  District) — Capt.  Robt.  L.  Rus- 
sell, U.  S.  N.,  Commandant,  461  Market. 

United  States  Naval  Petroleum  Re- 
serves— Lt.  Com.  Irwin  F.  Landis,  U.  S. 
N.,  retired,  in  charge,  217  Postoffice 
Bldg. 

United  States  Naval  Training  Station — 
Yerba  Buena  (Goat)  Island. 

United  States  12th  Naval  District — Com- 
mandant, Supply  and  Disbursing  Offices. 
461  Market. 

United  States  Navy — S.  F.  Branch  of 
Naval  Intelligence,  Wm.  C.  Van  Ant- 
werp in  charge,  593  Market. 

United  States  Navy  Pay  Office — Office, 
FMrst  National  Bank  Bldg.  W.  B.  Izard, 
Pay  Inspector,  U.  S.  N. 

United  States  Pension  Bureau — Special 
Examiner  for  the  Northern  District  of 
California  and  Nevada.  I.  D.  Laffertv. 
Room  419,  Postoffice  Bldg. 

United  States  Public  Health  Service— W. 
C.  Billings  In  charge,  74  New  Mont- 
gomery. 

United  States  Radio  Inspector — Room  626 
Custom  House  Bldg. 

United  States  Railroad  Administration 
We.stern  Region) — Div.  of  Law,  310 
San.some;  Dlv.  of  Liquidation  of 
Claims,  65  Market. 

United  States  Reclamation — Office  of 
District  Counsel,  414  Postoffice  Bldg. 
Oliver  P.  Morton,  Counsel. 

United  States  Bureau  of  Standards 
(Chemical  I..aboratory) — Room  81  Ap- 
praisers Bldp. 


United  States  Receiver  for  Oil  Compa- 
nies— L.  F.   Byington,   485  California. 

United  States  Referee  In  Bankruptcy — 
A.  B.  Kreft,  Referee.  Room  202  Post- 
office  Bldg. 

United  States  Secret  Service — Agent  In 
Charge,  office  208  Postoffice  Bldg. 

United  States  Shipping  Board  Emer- 
gency Fleet  Corporation — 461  Market. 

United  States  Shipping  Commissioner— 
11  Appraisers  Bldg. 

United  States  Sub-Treasury  —  Sansome 
and  Pine.  Office  hours,  10  a.  m.  to  3 
p.  m.  Saturdays.  10  a.  m.  to  12:30  p.  m. 
Wm.  J.  McGee,  Asst.  Treas.;  John  T. 
Lyden,  Cashier;  Thomas  P.  Burns. 

United  States  Superintendent  of  Con- 
struction.— J.  W.  Roberts,  Supervis- 
ing Superintendent.  Room  40i3  Post- 
office  Bldg. 

United  States  Supervising  Inspector  of 
Steam  and  Sail  Vessels,  First  District 
• — John  K.  Bulg;er.  Room  520  Custom 
House  Bldg. 

United  States  Surveyor-General  for  Cali- 
fornia— Sub-Treasury  Bldg. 

United  States  Surveyor  of  Customs  (Port 
of  San  Francisco) — Room  324  (Custom 
House  Bldg. 

United  States  War  Trade  Board — C.  O. 
G.  Miller,  Special  Agent,  211  Custom 
House  Bldg. 

United  States  Weather  Bureau — Office, 
Merchants  Exchange  Bldg.  G.  H.  Will- 
son  and  E.  A.  Beals,  Forecasters. 


OFFICERS  OF  STATE  OF  CAIOFOBXrZA 

Governor — Wm.  D.  Stephens;  salary,  $10,- 
000.  Private  Secretary,  Martin  Mads- 
den. 

Lieutenant  Governor  C.  C.  Young,  Ex- 
officlo  President  of  the  Senate;  salary, 
$4,000. 

Secretary  of  State — .Frank  C.  Jordan;  sal- 
ary, $5,000.  Deputy,  Frank  Corey;  sal- 
ary, $3,000. 

Attorney-General — U.  S.  Webb;  salary, 
$6,000.  Assistant,  E.  B.  Power;  salary, 
4,000. 

Clerk  of  Supreme  Court — B.  Grant  Tay- 
lor; salary,  $5,000.  Chief  Deputy,  W.  R, 
Mackrille;  salary,  $2,400. 

Controller — John  S.  Chambers;  salary, 
$5,000.  Deputy,  D.  A.  Moulton;  salary, 
$3,000. 

Superintendent  of  Banks — Ohas.  F. 
Stern;  salary,  $8,000. 

Superintendent  of  Public  Instruction — 
Wm.  Wood;  salary,  $5,000.  Deputy, 
salary,   ;  salary,  $2,400. 

Superintendent  of  State  Printing — Rob- 
ert L.  Telfer;  salary,  $5,000. 

Surveyor-General — W.  S.  Kingsbury;  sal- 
ary, $5,000.  Deputy,  A.  W.  Sanborn; 
salary,  $3,000. 

(The  Surveyor-General  Is  ex-officlo 
Register  of  the  State  Land  Office.) 

Treasurer — Friend  Richardson;  salary, 
$5,000. 

Accountancy  Board  (State) — ^Wm.  Dolge, 
Sec,  311  California,  San  Francisco. 

Adjutant-General — Edwin  A.  Forbes;  sal- 
ary, $3,600.  Asst.  Adjutant-General, 
Chas.  W.  Thomas,  Jr. 

Agriculture,  Board  of — President,  Ben- 
Rush;  Secretary,  J.  L.  Filcher. 

Analyst,  State — Professor  W.  B.  Rising, 
University  of  California,  Berkeley. 

Board  of  Architecture — William  Curlett, 
Jr'res.,  San  Francisco,  Phelan  Bldg. 
(Northern  District):  F.  L.  Roehrig, 
Sec,  Los  Angeles  (Southern  District. 

Board  of  Control — Jas.  R.  Tehaney,  Sec. 
'525  Market. 

Building  and  Loan  Commissioners  — 
George  S.  Walker,  Commissioner;  Jamea 
L.  Fields,  Sec;  Claus  Spreckels  Bldg., 
San  Francisco. 

California  Federation  of  Farmers — Co- 
operative Marketing  Associations — ^D. 
.\.  Field,  Executive  Sec. 


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MISCELLANEOUS  INFORMATION 


State  of  Cal.  Offices 


California    Highway    Commission  —  W. 

Lewis  Clark,  Division  Eng.  Rialto  Bldg. 
California  State  Mining  Bureau — ZA  floor 

Ferry  Bldg.,  San  Francisco.  Library 

contains  about  5,000  volumes  of  select- 
ed works  in  addition  to  the  numerous 

publications    of    the    Bureau.  Open 

daily,  free  to  the  public,  from  9  a.  m. 

to  5  p.  m.,  except  Sundays  and  holidays. 

Saturdays  from  9  a.  m.  to  12  m.  F. 

McN.  Hamilton,  State  Mineralogist;  W. 

W.  Thayer,  Sec. 
California  State  Federation  of  Labor — 

525  Market.    Paul  Scharrenberg,  sec. 
Charities  and  Corrections,  State  Board 

of — Hewes  Bldg. 
Commission  of  Immigration  and  Housing 

of  California — ^525  Market. 
Dairy  Bureau,  State — ^F.  "W.  Andreason, 

iSec.   268  Market. 
Dental  Examiners,  Board  of — Secretary, 

C.  A.  Herrick,  133  Geary,  San  Francisco. 
Department  of  Highways  —  See  State 

Highway  Consulting  Board. 
Development  Board — Ferry  Bldg.  Wm.  J. 

Dutton,  Pres.;  R.  N.  Lynch,  Vlce-Pres. 

and  Mgr.;  Mrs.  E.  M.  Cheesewrlght, 

Asst.  Sec. 

Education,  Board  of — Is  composed  of  the 
Governor,  Supt.  Public  Instruction, 
Pres.  University  of  California,  Profes- 
sor of  Pedagogy  University  of  Califor- 
nia, Principals  Normal  Schools  of  San 
Jose,  Los  Angeles,  Chico,  San  Diego  and 
San  Francisco. 

Equalization,  Board  of — (Office,  Sacra- 
mento.) Edw.  M.  Rolkin,  John  Mitchell, 
R.  E.  Collins  and  JefC  McElvaine;  T.  M. 
Eby,  Sec,  Sacramento. 

Fish  and  Game  Commissioners — Frank  M. 
Newbert,  Pres.;  Ernest  Schaeffle,  Sec, 
Call  Bldg. 

Forestry  Department,  State — G.  Morris 
Homans.    Ferry  Bldg. 

Harbor  Commissioners — San  Francisco 
(Union  Depot  and  Ferry  Bldg.);  John 
H.  McCallum,  H.  M.  Cosgriff,  San 
Diego;  F.  R.  Burnham,  Pres.;  F.  S. 
Moody;  Chas.  H.  Swallow,  Sec. 

Health,  Board  of — Geo.  E.  Ebright,  Pres., 
San  Francisco;  Fred  F.  Gundrum,  Vice- 
Pres..  Sacramento;  Wilbur  A.  Sawyer, 
Sacramento,  Sec;  Wm.  Lemoyne  Wills, 
Los  Angeles;  Edw.  F.  Glaser,  San  Fran- 
cisco; Adelaide  Brown,  San  Francisco; 
Robt.  A.  Peers,  Colfax.  ' 

Health  Bureau  of  Social  Hygiene,  State 
IBoard  of — Lewis  Mlchelson,  Director, 

Health  Bureau  for  Registration  of 
Nurses,  State  Board  of — 525  Market. 

Horticulture,  Commissioner  of — Geo.  H. 
Hecke,  Sacramento;  San  Francisco  of- 
fice. 11  Ferry  Bldg. 

Industrial  Accident  Commission,  State  of 
Cal. — 525  Market.  W.  J.  French,  A.  J. 
Pillsbury,  A.  H.  Naftzger,  Commis- 
sioners; H.  L.  White,  Sec. 

Industrial  Welfare  Commission  —  Mrs. 
Katherine  Phillips  Edson,  Commission- 
er, 525  Market. 

Inheritance  Tax  Department — ^A.  H.  El- 
liot, Asst.  Atty.,  544  Market. 

Insurance  Commissioner — Alex  McCabe, 
San  Francisco.    Office,  201  Sansome. 

Interstate  Commerce  Commission — Di- 
vision of  Valuation,  Pacific  District,  85, 
2d. 

Labor  Statistics  Bureau — John  McLaugh- 
lin, Commissioner,  San  BVancisco. 

Librarian,  State — M.  J.  Ferguson,  Librar- 
ian; Mabel  R.  Gillis,  Assistant  Li- 
brarian. 

Sutro  Branch, California  State  Library, 
Southeast  corner  Sacramento  and  Web- 
ster (Fillmore  and  California  Street 
cars  one  block  distant.  Sacramento 
Street  cars  pass  the  door).  Open  daily 
9  a.  m.  to  4  p.  m.  except  Sundays. 

Includes  valuable  Sutro  Library  of 
about  70,000  rare  books,  manuscripts, 
etc.,   covering  all  subjects,  presented 


to  the  California  State  Library  by  the 
heirs  of  the  late  Adolph  Sutro,  Esq., 
in  1913  and  about  19,000  other  Items 
added  during  1917  and  1918  by  deposit 
and  gift,  such  as  sample  copies  of 
books  by  California  publishers,  the 
libraries  of  the  California  Genealog- 
ical Society  and  the  Astronomical  So- 
ciety of  the  Pacific,  the  library  of  the 
late  Mrs.  Walter  Damon  Mansfield 
and  a  part  of  the  library  of  the  Cali- 
fornia Society  Sons  of  the  American 
Revolution. 

The  hooks  and  other  material  in  the 
State  Library  (about  200,000  vols.) 
are  also  available  to  the  people  of  the 
Bay  region  through  the  Sutro  Branch, 
the  service  of  the  Sutro  branch  being 
supplemental  to  local  free  library 
service. 

Mining  Bureau — F.  McN.  Hamilton,  State 
Mineralogist.    W.  W.  Thayer,  Sec. 

Normal  School  at  San  Francisco — Fred- 
erick L.  Burk,  Principal. 

Notaries  Public — (See  Business  Directo- 
ry). 

Pilot  Commissioners — San  Francisco, 
Mare  Island  and  Benicia.  Office,  311 
Merchants  Exchange  Bldg.  Alfred 
Greenebaum,  H.  Z.  Howard  and  W.  T. 
Lewis;  H.  M.  Burke,  Sec. 

Port  Wardens — Office,  110  Market;  John 
Leale,  W.  H.  Pratt,  Thos.  Wallace. 

Preston  School  of  Industry — lone,  Ama- 
dor County;  C.  H.  Dunton,  Supt. 

Prison  Directors — Chas.  Neumlller, 
Pres.,  Stockton;  B.  B.  Meek,  Oroville; 
Henry  EickhofC,  San  Francisco;  Chas.  E. 
McLaughlin,  Sacramento;  J.  G  Mattos, 
Jr.,  Centerville. 

Public  Employment  Bureau — 933  Mis- 
sion. 

Railroad  Commissioners — E.  O.  Edger- 
ton.  Pres.;  H.  D.  Loveland,  F.  R.  Devlin, 
H.  W.  Brundige,  Irving  Martin.  W.  R. 
Williams,  Sec;  H.  G.  Mathewson,  Asst. 
Sec;  office,  903  Flood  Bldg. 

State  Advisory  Pardon  Board — 328 
Mills  Bldg. 

State  Banking  Dept. — 625  Market. 

State  Board  of  Accounting — 311  Cali- 
fornia. 

State  Board  of  Pharmacy — 135  Stock- 
ton. 

State  Civil  Service  Commission — 10 
Ferry  Bldg.  Chas.  W.  Reed,  Berkeley, 
Pres.;  D.  J.  Reese,  Ventura;  Edgar  Wil- 
liams, Redlands. 

State  Commission  Market — Underwood 
Bldg.,  G.  B.  Daniels,  Director;  Edgar 
A.  Forbes,  Sec. 

State  Cattle  Protection  Board — J.  B. 
Newsom,  Executive  Official,  525  Market. 

State  Compensation  Insurance  Fund — 
525  Market.    E.  R.  Welch,  Sec. 

State  Highway  Consulting  Board — 
Chas.  D.  Blaney,  Santa  Clara;  Burton  A. 
Towne,  Lodl;  N.  D.  Darlington,  Los  Ange- 
les. 

State  Engineer — ^Wilbur  F.  McClure. 
State   Highway  Engineer — ^Austin  B. 
Fletcher. 

State  Inheritance  Tax  Dept — 1785  Mar- 
ket. 

State  Medical  Society — Dr.  J.  H.  Bar- 
bat,  Pres.,  San  Francisco;  Dr.  Saxton 
Pope,  Sec-Treas.,  San  Francisco;  office, 
135  Stockton. 

State  Mineralogist — F.  McN.  Hamilton, 
Ferry  Bldg.,  San  Francisco. 

State  Motor  Vehicle  Dept. — B.  F.  Office, 
Ferry  Bldg. 

State  Public  Employment  Bureau — 
Men's  Dept.,  933  Mission;  Women's  Dept., 
Pacific  Bldg. 

State  Purchasing  Dept. — (S.  F.  Branch, 
Ferry  Bldg.,  North  end. 

State  Real  Estate  Department — Ray 
L.  Riley,  Comr. ;  John  J.  Deane,  Dep. 
Comr.    Chronicle  Bldg. 

State  Veterinarian — Dr.  Chas.  Keane, 


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State  of  Cal  Offices          miscellaneous  information  Hospitals 

Los  Angeles;  W.  E.  D.  Morrison,  Asst., 

Los  Angeles. 

State  Tax  Commission — Clyde  I.  Sea- 
vey,  E.  A.  Dickson. 

State  Water  Commission — Josephine  A. 
Patten  Sec,  Call  Bldg. 


University  of  California — Regents:  Gov- 
ernor Wm.  D.  Stephens,  J.  B.  Reinstein, 
Guy  C.  Earl,  F.  S.  Johnson,  W.  H.  Crocker, 
A.  W.  Foster,  C.  W.  Slack,  John  E.  Budd. 
T.  R.  Bard,  C.  Rowell,  Garret  W.  McEner- 
ney,  J.  W.  McKinley,  Rev.  Charles  A. 
Ramm,  P.  W.  Dohrmann  and  John  A.  Brit- 
ton;  Victor  H.  Henderson,  Sec. 

Veterans  Home  of  California — ^Saml.  W. 
Backus,  Pres.;  Hugh  M.  Burke,  Vice- 
Pres.;  J.  C.  Currier,  G.  Parker  Dillon,  M. 
D.  (Sacramento),  E.  B.  Hinman  (Lodi), 
J.  O.  Prewett  (Sacramento),  Hugh  Hogan 
(Oakland),  Merchants  Exchange  Bldg. 

Veterinary  Medical  Board — ^Robert  A- 
Archibald,  Pres.,  Oakland;  D.  F.  Fox.  Sac- 
ramento; Ward  B.  Rowland,  Pasadena; 
T.  W.  Orme,  San  Bernardino;  E.  J.  Creely, 
Sec,  San  Francisco. 

Warden,  San  Quentln  Prison — Jas.  A. 
Johnson. 

Warden,  Folsom  Prison — J.  J.  Smith. 

Whittier  Home  for  Juvenile  Oftenders 
— J.  P.  Greeley,  Supt. 

Widows'  Pension  Bureau — Miss  Mar- 
garet Nesfield,  Director,  City  Hall. 


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Location,  Wells,  Fargo  &  Co.  Express 
Bldg.,  S.  E.  cor.  2d  and  Mission. 

Chief  Justice — F.  M.  Angellotti. 

Justice — -Curtis  D.  Wilbur. 

Justice — Warren  Olney,  Jr. 

Justice — ^W.  P.  Lawlor. 

Justice — Lucien  Shaw. 

Justice — Thos.  J.  Lennon. 

Justice — Wm.  A.  Sloane. 

Attorney-General — U.  S.  Webb,  Hum- 
boldt Bank  Bldg. 

Chief  Deputy  Attorney-General — Ray- 
mond Benjamin. 

Deputy  Attorney-General — R.  W.  Har- 
rison, Humboldt  Bank  Bldg. 

Clerk — B.  Grant  Taylor.  San  Francisco. 

Chief  Deputy  Clerk — W.  R.  Mackrille, 
San  Francisco. 

Deputy  Clerks — Isadore  Erb,  G.  H.  S. 
Dryden,  A.  S.  Ramage,  San  Francisco. 

Stenographer — W.  S.  Chisholm. 

Secretary — H.  C.  Pinkler. 

Secretary — Joseph  B.  Dryden. 

Phonographic  Reporter — W.  J.  Nichol- 
son and  Fred  S.  Lafferty. 

Reporter- — Fred  S.  Lafferty. 

Librarian — Thos.  F.  Dunn. 

Bailiffs — J.  M.  Meredith,  E.  B.  Hinkle. 
Department  One. 

Lucien  Shaw,  Presiding  Justice. 

William  P.  Lawlor,  Justice. 

Olney  Warren,  Jr.,  Justice. 

Department  Two. 

W.  A.  Sloane,  Justice. 

Curtis  D.  Wilbur,  Justice. 

Thomas  J.  Lennon,  Justice. 


SISTBZCT  COVST  OF  APPEAL. 
First  District. 

Division  No.  1. 

Wm.  H.  Waste,  Oakland,  Presiding. 

Frank  H.  Kerrigan,  of  San  Francisco. 

John  E.  Richards,  of  San  Jose. 

J.  B.  Martin^  Clerk;  J.  p.  Richards,  Dep- 
Divlsion  No.  2. 
Wm.  H.  Langdon,  Modesto,  Presiding. 
Frank  S.  Brittain,  of  San  Francisco. 
John  T.  Nourse,  of  .San  Francisco. 

J.  B.  Martin,  Clerk. 

Second  Sirtrlct. 

M.  T.  Allen,  of  Los  Angeles,  Presiding. 

V.  E.  Shaw,  of  Los  Angeles. 

W.  P.  James,  of  Los  Angeles. 

W.  D.  Shearer.  Clerk;  H.  C.  Llllle,  Dep- 
uty Clerk;  J.  H.  Crumrlne,  Reporter;  Wil- 
liam H.  Morris,  Bailiff. 


Third  District. 

N.  P.  Chipman,  of  Red  Bluff,  Presiding. 
Elijah  C.  Hart,  of  Sacramento. 
Albert  G.  Burnett,  of  Santa  Rosa, 
G.  H.  Chase,  Clerk. 


BOSFITAl^S,  HOMES  AlTD  ASTIiXrBIS. 

American  Baptist  Home  Mission — 15 
Waverly  PI. 

American  Rescue  Workers  Church — 
113  Minna.  J.  M.  Herman,  Pastor. 

Boys  and  Girls  Aid  Society — 460  Baker. 
Trustees  meet  on  the  2d  Saturday  of  each 
month.    George  C.  Turner,  Supt. 

Buena  Vista  Hospital — -21  Buena 
Vista  Av. 

Central  Emergency  Hospital — Civic 
Center. 

Chevra  Hachnosoth  Orechim  (The  Shel- 
ter)—436  O'Farrell. 

(jity  and  County  Relief  Home — Off  Cor- 
bett  Av.  near  Lake  Honda.  (See  City  and 
County  (Government.) 

Fairmont  Hospital — 1055  Pine. 

Florence  Crittenton  Home — 376,  20th 
Av. 

Franklin  Hospital — Noe  bet.  Duboce 
Av.  cind  14  th.    E.  G.  Arps,  General  Supt. 

French  Hospital — Geary  bet.  5th  and 
6th  Avs.  Conducted  by  the  French  Mu- 
tual Benevolent  Society.  L.  Sans,  Supt. 

Hebrew  Home  for  Aged  Disabled — 2504 
Howard.  Miss  Amelia  Levy,  Sec;  Frank 
M.  Gladstone,  Supt.;  Mrs.  F.  M.  Glad- 
stone, Matron. 

Hebrew  Old  People's  Home — 80  Silver 
Av.;  office  436  O'Farrell. 

Home  for  the  Aged  of  the  Little  Sisters 
of  the  Poor — 4th  Av.  and  Lake. 

Hospital  for  Children  and  Training 
School  for  Nurses — ^3700  California.  Dr. 
W.  E.  Musgrave,  Supt. 

Isolation  Hospital — Army  and  DeHaro. 

Lane  Hospital  and  Stanford  Univer- 
sity Hospital — S.  E.  cor.  of  Clay  and 
Webster. 

Maria  Kipp  Orphanage  and  Alfred  Nut- 
tall  Nelson  Memorial  Home — N.  E.  cor. 
of  7th  Av.  and  Lake. 

Mary's  Help  Hospital — 145  Guerrero. 

McKinley  Orphanage — 3841,  19th. 

Mount  St.  Joseph's  Orphan  Asylum 
(Roman  Catholic) — Bay  View  and  New- 
hall. 

Mount  Zion  Hospital — 2200  Post.  J.  B. 
Levison,  Pres.;  Meyer  H.  Levy,  Sec;  436 

O'Farrell.  Louis  C.  Levy,  Supt.  2200 
Post. 

Old  People's  Home  of  San  Francisco — 
2507  Pine.  Board  of  Lady  Managers; 
Frank  W.  Dean,  Supt.;  M.  E.  Rum- 
well,  Physician;  Mrs.  Katherlne  John- 
son, Matron.  Business  meetings  of  the 
Board  of  Managers  are  held  on  the  1st 
Wednesday  of  each  month  at  10:30  a.  m. 
William  H.  Crocker,  Pres. 

Pacific  Hebrew  Home  for  Aged — 8*  Sil- 
ver Av. 

Pacific  Hebrew  Orphan  Asylum  and 
Home  Society — Judge  Max  C.  Sloss, 
Pres.;  Meyer  H.  Levy,  Sec;  office,  436 
O'Farrell.  Asylum — East  side  of  Divisa- 
dero  bet.  Hayes  and  Grove.  Samuel  Lan- 
ger,  Supt.  Formed  for  the  care,  relief, 
protection  and  improvement  of  orphan 
children,  and  for  the  care  of  aged  Israel- 
ites who  are  without  adequate  means  of 
support.  Home  for  Aged  Israelites  (a 
branch  of  the  Society)  is  located  at  the 
corner  of  Silver  Av.  and  Mission.  Gus- 
tav  Schnee,  Supt. 

Pest  House — S.  W.  cor.  Army  and  De 
Haro. 

Presbyterian  Mission  Home  for  Chinese 
Girls — Miss  Donaldina  M.  Cameron,  Supt., 
920  Sacramento. 

Protestant  Episcopal  Old  Ladies  Home, 
The — 2158  Golden  Gate  Av. 

Quarantine  Hospital — Angel  Island. 

Receiving  Hospital — (See  Board  of 
Health). 

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View  and  Newhall. 

Saint  Catherine's  Home  and  Training 
School — 901  Potrero  Av. 

San  Francisco  Home  for  Incurables — 
Pres.;  Mrs.  C.  W.  Slack,  Treas.,  2224 
Sacramento;  Miss  Ida  C.  Tautphaus, 
Supt. 

San  Francisco  Home  for  Girls — Central 
Av.  cor.  Waller. 

San  Francisco  Ladies'  Protection  and 
Relief  Society— 1200  Franklin. 

San  Francisco  Maternity — 2032  Web- 
ster. 

San  Francisco  Nursery  for  Homeless 
Children — 14th  Av.  and  Lake.  A  non-sec- 
tarian home  for  little  ones  under  four- 
teen years. 

San  Francisco  Protestant  Orphan  Asy- 
lum Society — Haight  bet.  Laguna  and 
Buchanan. 

St.  Francis  Girls'  Directory  Orphan 
Asylum — 901  Buena  Vista  Av.  For  the 
care,  maintenance  and  education  of  or- 
phans, half-orphans  and  abandoned  chil- 
dren of  all  denominations  and  nationali- 
ties. In  charge  of  the  Sisters  of  St. 
Francis. 

St.  Francis  Hospital — Hyde  and  Bush. 

St.  Joseph's  Home  and  Hospital — ^S.  W. 
cor.  Buena  Vista  and  Park  Hill  Avs. 
Sister  M.  Lintgardis,  Superioress. 

St.  Luke's  Hospital — Established  In 
1871 — ^Valencia  bet.  Army  and  Tiffany. 

St.  Mary's  Hospital — 2200  Hayes.  Con- 
ducted by  the  Sisters  of  Mercy. 

St.  Winifred's  Sanatorium — 1065  Sut- 
ter. 

Tuberculosis  Hospital — 22d  and  San 
Bruno  Av. 

University  Mound  Old  Ladies'  Home — 
University  and  Bacon.  Rolla  V.  Watt, 
Sec. 

Veterans'  Home  of  California — ^A  State 
Home  for  disabled  volunteer  soldiers  and 
sailors,  under  the  control  of  board  of  di- 
rectors, appointed  by  the  Governor  of  the 
State. 

All  honorably  discharged  ofHcers,  sol- 
diers and  sailors  who  served  in  the  regu- 
lar or  volunteer  forces  of  the  United 
States  in  any  war  in  which  the  country 
has  been  engaged,  including  the  Spanish- 
American  war,  the  provisional  army 
(authorized  by  Act  of  Congress,  approved 
March  2,  1899),  in  any  of  the  campaigns 
against  hostile  Indians,  or  who  have 
served  in  the  Philippines,  in  China  or 
Alaska,  who  are  disabled  by  disease, 
wounds  or  otherwise,  and  who  have  no 
adequate  means  of  support,  are  not  other- 
wise provided  for  by  law,  and  by  reason 
of  such  disability  are  incapable  of  earn- 
ing their  living,  provided  they  have  re- 
sided in  the  State  of  California  for  at 
least  six  months  Immediately  preceding 
their  application,  shall  be  entitled  to  ad- 
mission into  the  Home,  subject  to  the 
laws  of  the  State  of  California,  and  to 
the  regulations  prescribed  by  the  Board 
of  Directors  for  its  control  and  manage- 
ment. Directors — Samuel  W.  Backus, 
Pres.;  Hugh  M.  Burke,  Vice-Pres.;  J.  C. 
Currier,  G.  Parker  Dillon.  M.  D.,  E.  H. 
Hinman.  Hugh  Hogan  and  James  O. 
Prewett. 

Youths'  Directory — Church  and  19th. 
This  institution  comprises  a  Free  Em- 
ployment Bureau  and  a  Temporary  Home 
for  destitute  children,  who  are  not  eligi- 
ble to  asylums.  In  search  of  employment 
Rev.  D.  O.  Crowley,  Sec. 


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Civic  and  Economic  .associations. 

Civic  League  of  Improvement  Clubs 
and  Associations  of  San  Francisco — A 
civic  body  composed  of  delegates  from 
Improvement  Clubs  and  other  associa- 
tions— Meets  second  Thursday,  8  p.  m., 
Phelan  Building  Assembly  Hall.  Officers 
and  Executive  Committee:  P.  R.  Thomp- 


son, Pres.;  L.  W.  Neustadter,  1st  Vice- 
Pres.;  W.  W.  Watson,  2d  Vice-Pres.;  W. 
W.  Thayer,  3d  Vice-Pres.;  Courtney  L. 
Moore,  4th  Vice-Pres.;  R.  M.  J.  Arm- 
strong, 5th  Vice-Pres.;  George  Skaller, 
Treasurer;  G.  Trittenbach,  Auditor;  Geo. 
W.  Gerhard,  Sec.  Advisory  Board:  Ar- 
thur Joel,  Chairman;  Dr.  Julius  Rosen- 
stirn,  Robert  A.  Roos,  Fred  L.  Hansen, 
James  P.  Sweeney,  J.  M.  Kepner,  A.  W. 
Scott,  Jr.,  Julius  S.  Godeau,  Robert  Beh- 
low,  Oscar  A.  Tolle.  Offices  and  com- 
mittee rooms,  807-808  Mills  Bldg.  Phone 
Sutter  4480. 

Apartment  House  Owners  and  Mana- 
gers Association — Meets  second  "Tuesday, 
8  p.  m.,  Mt.  Diablo  Hall,  430  Mason;  Thos. 
J.  Christal,  Sec,  328  Mason. 

Associated  Asphalt  Plant  Owners  As- 
sociation— -Meets  call  of  President,  Build- 
ers Exchange,  Wm.  S.  Scott  Sec,  185 
Stevenson. 

Building  Industries  Association — P.  M. 
Wuillemin  Sec,  110  Jessie,  phone  Sutter 
3580. 

California  Building  Law  Association — 
Meets  at  call  of  President,  Builders  Ex- 
change, W.  S.  Scott  Sec,  185  Stevenson. 

California  Foundrymen's  A.ssociation — 
Meets  third  Thursday,  522  Underwood 
Bldg.,  Wm.  H.  Thille  Sec,  telephone  Sut- 
ter 4250. 

California  Industries  Association  — 
Meets  Thursday,  12  m..  Palace  Hotel, 
N.  H.  Sloane,  mgr.,  531-535  Call  Bldg., 
74  New  Montgomery. 

California  Metal  Trades  Association — 
Meets  May  and  November,  rooms  230  to 
233  Southern  Pacific  Bldg.,  Fred  C.  Met- 
calf  Sec,  65  Market.  Telephone  Kearny 
3412. 

Chinese  Chamber  of  Commerce — Meets 
754  Sacramento,  Toy  K.  Lowe  Sec,  701 
Grant  Av.    Telephone  China  166. 

Church  Street  Improvement  Club — 
Meets  second  and  fourth  Tuesdays,  8  p. 
m.,  Bonita  Hall,  W.  A.  Bode  Sec,  3929 
Army. 

Civic  Department,  California  Club — 
Meets  first  and  third  Tuesdays,  1:30  p.  m., 
1750  Clay. 

Claremont  Court  Improvement  Asso- 
ciation— Meets  second  Monday.  Wm.  F. 
Schmidt,  Sec,  1240  Portola  Drive. 

Commonwealth  Club  of  California — 
Meets  second  Wednesday,  8  p.  m..  Hotel 
St.  Francis;  every  Saturday,  12  m.,  Palace 
Hotel.  Pres.,  Albert  E.  Boynton;  Sec,  J. 
M.  Kepner.  Library  and  offices  153  Kear- 
ny.   Telephone  Kearny  1310. 

Divlsadero  District  Improvement  Asso- 
ciation— Meets  third  Tuesday,  8:30  p.  m.. 
Turn  Verein  Hall,  2460  Sutter;  Sec,  Ches- 
ter Williamson,  1464  Divisadero. 

Downtown  Association — Meets  Friday, 
12:30  p.  m..  Hotel  St.  Francis,  E.  V.  Saun- 
ders Sec,  150  Post. 

Draymen's  Association  of  San  Fran- 
cisco— Felix  Gross,  Sec,  Call  Bldg.  Tele- 
phone Kearny  131. 

Dumbarton  State  Highway  Bridge  As- 
sociation— -W.  J.  Martin,  Pres.,  210  Hearst 
Bldg.,  San  Francisco.  Telephone  Sutter 
2825. 

Eureka  Valley  Merchants  Association 
— Meets  first  and  third  Mondays,  8  p.  m., 
507  Castro,  Leo  Hess  Sec,  55  Caselli  Av. 

Expanded  Metal  Lath  Bureau  of  Sta- 
tistics^— 'Meets  first  and  third  Tuesdays, 
Builders  Exchange,  Wm.  S.  Scott  Sec,  185 
Stevenson. 

Exposition-Golden  Gate  Valley  Im- 
provement Association — Meets  Tuesdays, 
8  p.  m.,  Steimke  Hall,  2768  Ootavia,  Mrs. 
Leah  H.  Davis  Sec,  2854  Gough. 

Fillmore  Street  Improvement  Associa- 
tion— Meets  first  and  third  Mondays, 
King  Solomon's  Hall,  1739  Fillmore,  Mor- 
ris Schwartz  Sec,  1405  Fillmore. 


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MISCELLANEOUS  INFORMATION 

Societies 

Fourth  and  Fifth  Streets  District  Im- 
provement Association  —  Meets  second 
and  fourth  Mondays,  8  p.  m.,  Pacific  Bldg. 
Assembly  Hall,  Henry  Newburgh  Sec., 
Balboa  Bldg.,  593  Market.  • 

Garage  Owners  Protective  Association 
— Meets  fourth  Thursday,  St.  Francis 
Hotel,  A.  D'Ettel  Sec,  900  O'Farrell. 

Haight  and  Ashbury  Improvement  As- 
sociation— Meets  second  and  fourth  Mon- 
days, 1748  Haight,  C.  W.  Mack,  Sec,  320 
Frederick. 

Hayes  Valley  Improvement  Associa- 
tion— Meets  second  and  fourth  Tuesdays, 
520  Hayes,  J.  H.  Sparrow  Sec,  154  Julian 
Av. 

Improvement  Club  of  Oceanside — Meets 
second  Tuesday  at  1418,  48th  Av.  C.  F. 
Griffin,  Pres.,  4008  Judah. 

Ingleside  Terraces  Improvement  Club 
— Meets  second  Monday,  Ingleside  Ter- 
races Club  House,  85  Cerritos  Av. 

LiObos  Improvement  Club — 309,  4th  Av. 

Manufacturers'  Association  of  South 
San  Francisco — J.  G.  Walker,  Sec,  222 
Linden  Av.,  South  San  Francisco. 

Market  and  Guerrero  Streets  Improve- 
ment Club — Meets  first  Monday,  8  p.  m., 
45  Guerrero,  W.  S.  Voy  Sec,  1847  Market. 

Market  Street  Association — Meets  at 
call  of  chairman.  Palace  Hotel.  R.  M.  J. 
Armstrong,  Sec. 

Master  Plasterers'  Association — Meets 
first  and  third  Tuesdays,  Builders  Ex- 
change, Wm.  S.  Scott  Sec,  185  Stevenson, 

Mission  Promotion  Association — Meets 
Monday,  8  p.  m.,  C.  F.  Pittman  Sec,  515 
Valencia.     Telephone  Market  1041. 

Mission  Street  Merchants'  Association 
— Meets  first  Monday,  9:15  p.  m.,  2478 
Mission,  J.  C.  Marshall  Sec,  485  Pine. 

North  Beach  Promotion  Association — 
Meets  third  Wednesday,  8  p  m.,  Fugazi 
Civic  Bldg.,  678  Green,  Dr.  F.  Fischer 
Sec,  1329  Jackson. 

North  Central  Improvement  Associa- 
tion— Meets  at  call  of  the  chair.  Edgar 
Painter  Sec,  807-808  Kohl  Bldg.  Tele- 
phone Kearny  30. 

Northern  California  Wliolesale  Grocers 
Association — Mr.  R.  H.  Bennett,  Sec,  65 
Market.    Telephone  Kearny  1525. 

Oceanside  Improvement  Association — 
Meets  first  Wednesday,  Oceanside  Hall, 
48th  and  Irving,  H.  W.  Crozier,  Sec,  1468 
Great  Highway. 

Park-Presidio  Improvement  Associa- 
tion— Meets  second  and  fourth  Tuesdays, 
8  p.  m.,  649,  8th  Av.,  Geo.  R.  Meyerderks 
Sec,  574,  7th  Av. 

Parkway  Terrace  Association — Meets 
second  Monday,  8  p.  m.,  2701  Lincoln 
Way,  Frank  Dunn  Sec,  1277,  27th  Av. 

Point  Lobos  Improvement  Association 
— Meets  second  and  fourth  Fridays,  8  p. 
m.,  1750  Clay,  F.  M.  Harvey,  Sec. 
G.  A.  Blank  Sec.  250  Clement. 

Polk  and  Larkin  District  Improvement 
Association^ — -Meets  third  Tuesday.  8  p. 
m..  1750  Clay,  John  S.  MacKay  Sec,  1327 
Chestnut. 

Recreation  League  of  San  Francisco — 
Mrs.  E.  G.  Baldwin  Sec,  20  Market.  Tele- 
phone Kearny  1684. 

Retail  Druggists'  Association  of  San 
Francisco — N.  Schwartz  Sec,  1327  Mc- 
Allister. 

Retail  Dry  Goods  Association  of  San 
Francisco — Meets  first  and  third  Thurs- 
days, Ben  Armer  Sec,  609  Llebes  Bldg. 

Retail  Grocers'  Association  of  San 
Francisco — Meets  fourth  Monday,  Native 
Sons  Hall,  430  Mason,  F.  B.  Connolly  Sec, 
319  Sheldon  Bldg. 

San  Francisco  Advertising  Club — Meets 
Wednesdays  and  Fridays,  Palace  Hotel, 

San  Francisco  Association  for  the  Study 
and  Prevention  of  Tuberculosis — Meets 
llr.wt  and  third  Thursdays,  1547  Jackson, 
Dr.  A.  H.  Olannlnl,  Sec.  Bank  of  Italy. 


Clay  and  Montgomery. 

San  Francisco  Automobile  Trade  Asso- 
ciation— A.  D'Ettel  Sec.  900  O'Farrell. 
Telephone  Prospect  293. 

San  Francisco  Convention  and  Tourist 
League — Meets  first  Thursday  after  first 
Monday,  San  Francisco  Commercial  Club, 
R.  L.  Webb  Sec,  Exposition  Auditorium. 
Telephone  Market  1208. 

iSan  Francisco  County  Medical  Society 
— Meets  first  Tuesday,  Medical  Bldg.. 
Bush  and  Hyde,  Rene  Bine  M.  D.,  Sec,  350 
Post. 

San  Francisco  Real  Estate  Board — 
Louis  Mooser,  Pres.,  Leslie  E.  Burks, 
Sec,  530  Mills  Bldg.,  220  Montgomery. 
Telephone  Garfield  2167. 

San  Francisco  Restaurant  Association 
— ^Meets  at  call  of  chair,  549  Pacific  Bldg., 
L.  Lewison  Sec,  551  Pacific  Bldg.  Tele- 
phone Garfield  783. 

San  Francisco  Retail  Lumber  Yards — 
Meets  Thursdays  12:15  p.  m.,  Palace  Ho- 
tel, C.  S.  Tripler  Sec,  1209  Hearst  Bldg. 

Sloat  Beach  Improvement  Association 
— Meets  first  Saturday,  8  p.  m.,  2353,  45th 
Av.,  William  Fairbanks  Sec,  2349,  45th 
Av. 

iSouth  Central  Improvement  Associa- 
tion— Meets  first  Wednesday,  8  p.  m.,  250 
10th,  Edward  F.  Lucett  Sec,  1040  Na- 
toma. 

South  of  Civic  Center  Improvement  As- 
sociation— 'Meets  Wednesdays,  8  p.  m.,. 
1243  Folsom,  Abner  McMahon  Sec,  9 
Summer. 

South  San  Francisco  Chamber  of  Com- 
merce— Meets  first  Wednesday,  8  p.  m., 
City  Hall,  South  San  Francisco,  J.  G. 
Walker  Sec,  South  San  Francisco. 

Southern  Promotion  Association — Meets 
call  of  chair,  523,  3d.  Miss  D.  M.  Lovely, 
Sec 

Sunset  Improvement  Club — Meets  first 
Wednesday,  8  p.  m.,  1458,  9th  Av.,  P.  S. 
Brown  Sec,  1459,  9th  Av. 

Sutro  Heights  Improvement  Club — 
Meets  second  Sunday,  10.30  a.  m..  La 
Playa  near  Balboa,  Chas.  M.  Stoltz,  Sec, 
4709  California. 

Sutter  Street  Property  Owners'  Im- 
provement Association — Meets  call  of 
chair.  Hotel  Granada,  Wm.  M.  Wise  Sec, 
1000  Sutter. 

Team  and  Auto  Truck  Association — 
Meets  first  and  third  Tuesdays,  8  p.  m., 
Builders  Exchange,  Wm.  S.  Scott,  Sec, 
185  Stevenson. 

The  Builders  Exchange — Meets  dally, 
8  a.  m.  to  5  p.  m.,  180-188  Jessie,  R.  J.  H. 
Forbes  Sec,  Monadnock  Bldg. 

University  Heights  Improvement  Club 
— 260  Gambler. 

Van  Ness  Avenue  Improvement  Associ- 
ation— Meets  first  Friday,  819  Phelan 
Bldg.,  W.  I.  Barry  Sec,  593  Market. 

West  of  Fillmore  Street  Improvement 
Association — Meets  first  Thursday,  8  p. 
m..  Girls'  High  School,  J.  J.  Handley,  Sec, 
1942  Post. 


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Academy  of  the  Immaculate  Concep- 
tion— Guerrero  and  24th. 

Academy  of  the  Sacred  Heart — Cor. 
Jackson  and  Scott. 

Accordion — 521  Stockton. 

Accountants'  Assn  of  San  Francisco — 
Call  Bldg. 

Acetylene  Operators  Social  and  Ath- 
letic Club— 802  Guerrero. 

Adler  Kindergarten,  1041  Greenwich. 

Advertising  Assn.  of  San  Francisco — 
Palace  Hotel,  H.  Wm.  Nelle,  Sec. 

Afllliated  Catholic  Charities — J.  S. 
Fennell,  Pres.,  995  Market. 

Alameda  County  Pharmaceutical  Assn. 
— 593  Market. 

.(ilfalfa  Growers  of  California— 525 
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Societies 


Allied  Printing  Trades  Club — 717  Mar- 
ket. 

Alumni  Association  CoUeg-e  of  Phar- 
macy of  the  University  of  California — 
Organized  in  1882.  Miss  P.  J.  Nash,  Sec. 
Meetings  are  held  at  Affiliated  Colleges. 

Alumni  Association  College  of  Physi- 
cians and  Surgeons — Charles  M.  Tropp- 
mann.  Sec;  1799  McAllister.  Quarterly 
meetings  at  the  College  Building,  14th 
near  Valencia. 

Alumni  Association  University  of  St. 
Ignatius — Quarterly  meetings. 

American  Athletic  and  Social  Club- 
American    Bible    Society — 122  McAl- 
lister. 

252,  6th.    F.  C.  Hawes,  Pres. 

American  Board  of  Commissioners  for 
Foreign  Missions — 419  Phelan  Bldg.  H.  H. 
Kelsey,  Sec. 

American  Club — 252,  6th 

American  Institute  of  Architecture — 
77  O'Farrell 

American  Institute  of  Banking — Jno. 
S.  Wilson,  Sec,  126  Post. 

American  Masonic  Federation,  Inc. — 
1278  Market. 

American  Red  rStar  Animal  Relief — 214 
Balboa  Building. 

American  Registered  Pharmacists — 
Pacific  Bldg. 

American  Rescue  "Workers — 1028  Mar- 
ket. 

-  American  Shipmasters  Assn.  of  the  Pa- 
cific Coast — .112  Market.  C.  O.  Andersen, 
Sec. 

Amorosa  Club — 30th  and  San  Jose  Av. 
Armenian    and    Syrian    Relief — Mills 
Bldg. 

Anti-Compulsory  Serum  League — 755 
Pacific  Bldg. 

Anti-Saloon  League — D.  M.  Gaudier, 
Supt.;  A.  H.  Briggs,  State  Supt.  North- 
em  California,  3  City  Hall  Av. 

Anti-Single  Tax  Association  of  Cal. — 
Albert  E.  Kern,  Pres.;  L.  E.  Burks,  Sec, 
Mills  Bldg. 

Apartment  House  Owners  and  Man- 
agers Assn. — Thos.  J.  Christal,  Sec,  703 
Market. 

Ararad  Club — 16  Geary. 

Ardenwood  Country  Club — 19th  Av. 
and  Slot  Blvd. 

Architectural  Club  of  S.  P. — 126  Post. 

Argonaut  Club — N.  W.  cor.  Post  and 
Powell. 

Arion  Verein — Club  rooms,  California 
House. 

Associated  Chambers  of  Commerce  of 
the  Pacific  Coast — C.  W.  Burks,  Sec,  530 
Mills  Bldg. 

Associated  Charities — Organized  March 
1888;  1500  Jackson.  Meets  last  Thursday 
of  each  month  at  12:30  p.  m.  at  St.  Francis 
Hotel.  Miss  Katherine  C.  Felton,  Gen- 
eral Sec. 

Associated  Property  Owners  of  S.  F. — 
550  Montgomery. 

Associated  Sign  Painters  of  S.  F. — 12 
Geary. 

Associated  Teaming  and  Grading  Con- 
tractors— W.  S.  Scott  Sec,  185  Stevenson. 

Association  Athletic  and  Social  Club — 
2970.  16th. 

Association  of  Bonded  Attorneys — 503 
Market. 

Astronomical  Society  of  the  Pacific — 
128  Lick  Bldg.  Library  is  located  in 
Sutro  Library.    D.  S.  Richardson,  Sec. 

Audubon  Association  of  the  Pacific — 
C.  B.  Lastreto,  Pres.,  260  California;  C. 
N.  Douglass,  Rec.  Sec,  Kohl  Bldg. 

Australasian  Assn.  of  California — L.  A. 
Morelll.  Sec,  1033  Franklin. 

Automobile  and  Accessories  Dealers 
Traffic  Bureau— Flood  Bldg. 

Auto  Accessories  Credit  Assn — 68  Post. 
A.  F.  Lemberger,  Sec. 

Automobile  Body  Builders,  Painters  and 
Trimmers  Association  of  San  Francisco 
— 900  O'Farrell. 


Automobile  Metal  Workers'  Protective 

Association  of  San  Francisco — 900  O'Far- 
rell. 

Bar  Association  of  San  Francisco — Or- 
ganized April  20,  1872.  Objects:  To  main- 
tain the  honor  and  dignity  of  the  pro- 
fession of  the  law,  to  Increase  Its  use- 
fulness in  promoting  the  due  administra- 
tion of  justice,  to  cultivate  social  inter- 
course among  its  members,  and  to  pro- 
cure and  maintain  a  library  for  their 
use.  Rooms,  Pacific  Bldg.,  4th  and  Mar- 
ket. Jeremiah  F.  Sullivan,  Pres.;  George 
J.  Martin,  Sec. 

Barbarian  Club — 548  Haight. 

IBear  Club— 4441  Mission. 

Belgian  Benevolent  Society — Meets  at 
Bergez  Frank's,  421  Bush,  2d  Tuesday  in 
each  month.  John  Greefkens,  Pres.;  A. 
Mestre,  Sec;  1707  Geary.  All  visiting 
Belgians  are  welcome. 

Benevolent  Society  of  the  United  States 
for  the  Propagation  of  Cremation,  Branch 
No.  48 — 143  Albion  Av. 

Bibliotheque  de  la  Ligue  Nationale 
Francaise — 110  Sutter. 

Blavatsky  Lodge  of  Theosophists — 
126  Post. 

Blue  Bell  Social  Club — 3273,  22d. 

Bohemian  Club — N.  B.  cor.  Post  and 
Taylor.  Meetings  3d  Tuesday  In  Janu- 
ary, April,  July  and  October.  R.  C. 
Newell,  Pres.;  Wm.  P.  Horn,  Vice-Pres. ; 
P.  G.  Goode,  Treas.;  T.  C.  Kierulflf,  Sec; 
Frank  W.  Smith,  Asst.  Sec.  and  Mgr. 

Bon  Air  Social  Club — 366  Fell. 

Bonita  Club — 3889,  26th. 

Book  Club  of  California — 68  Post. 

Bookbinders  and  Bindery  Women's 
Union,  Locals  Nos.  31-125— .Meet  last  Fri- 
bor  Temple,  16th  and  Capp.  T.  J.  Leary, 
Pres.;  oflSce,  525  Market. 

Boy  Scouts  of  America,  National  Coun- 
cil— J.  R.  Kenny,  Sec,  Phelan  Bldg. 

Boy  Scouts  of  America — R.  O.  Hanson, 
Executive,  704  Market. 

Boys'  Aid  Society — Geo.  C.  Perkins, 
Pres.;  Geo.  C.  Turner,  Supt.    460  Baker. 

Boys'  and  Girls'  Industrial  Home  and 
Farm — Office,  417  Market. 

Boys'  Welfare  Society  of  California — 
Geo.  W.  Paterson,  Executive  Sec,  50 
Oak  and  995  Market. 

Bottlers'  Protective  Association  of  Cal- 
ifornia— G.  H.  T.  Jackson,  Pres.;  Louis 
R.  Levy,  Sec;  524  Gough. 

Brewers'  Protective  Association — 
Meets  at  318  Humboldt  Bank  Bldg.  every 
Friday.    William  Schuldt,  Sec. 

British-American  League — Meets  2d 
an  d4th  Thursdays  at  414  Mason. 

British  Benevolent  Society  of  Califor- 
nia— Annual  meeting  2d  Tuesday  in  May 
at  British  Consulate  General,  268  Mar- 
ket. Officers:  A.  Carnegie  Ross,  Consul 
General,  Pres.;  Donald  C.  C.  Grant,  Sec; 
H.  P.  Moir,  Hon.  Treasurer. 

Brotherhood  of  Locomotive  Engineers 
— Phelan  Bldg. 

Brotherhood  of  Locomotive  Firemen 
and  Engineers— Pacific  Bldg. 

Brotherhood  of  Railway  Clerks — Pa- 
cific Bldg.    Elmer  E.  Evans,  Mgr. 

Brotherhood  of  Railroad  Trainmen — 
Pacific  Bldg. 

Building  Industries  Association — Chas. 
W.  Gompertz,  Pres.;  H.  P.  Stow,  First 
Vlce-Pres.;  D.  Zelinsky,  Second  Vice- 
Pres.;  R.  G.  Guyett,  Treasurer;  S.  G. 
Hurst,  Sec,  110  Jessie. 

Building  Owners  and  Managers  Assn. 
— Pacific  Bldg.    E.  M.  Applegarth,  Mgr. 

Building  Trades  Employers  Associa- 
tion of  San  Francisco — Chas.  M.  Elliot, 
Sec,  2  Market. 

Bunker  Hill  Association — Organized  in 
1860  to  inculcate  a  feeling  of  patriotism 
and  commemorate  the  anniversary  of  the 
ever  eventful  Battle  of  Bunker  Hill,  June 
17  th.  Always  celebrates  the  Battle  of 
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year.    Burke  HoUaday,  Pres.;  George  W. 
Caswell.  Sec;  office,  442,  2d. 

Burlingage   Country  Club— R.  Pierce, 
Auditor,  503  Market.  _  , 

Caledonian  Club — Meets  1st  and  3d  Fri- 
day of  each  month  at  4  4  Page. 

California  Academy  of  Sciences — Or- 
ganized May  16,  1853;  Incorporated  June 
27,  1853.  and  February  24,  1871.  An  In- 
stitution for  scientific  research  and  pub- 
lic education;  maintains  a  museum  in  Its 
new  building  in  Golden  Gate  Park  in 
which  are  extensive  research  collections 
of  birds,  mammals,  reptiles,  herbarium 
specimens  and  other  groups,  also  in  Its 
exhibition  halls  habitat  groups  of  many 
species  of  California  mammals  and  birds 
and  a  very  extensive  and  valuable  col- 
lection of  west  coast  Indian  baskets; 
maintains  a  free  course  of  lectures  at  8 
p.  m.  on  the  third  Wednesday  of  each 
month  and  3  p.  m.  each  Sunday  in  the 
Museum  building  in  Golden  Gate  Park. 
Board  of  Trustees:  Wm.  H.  Crocker, 
Pres.;  Joseph  D.  Grant,  Vice-Pres.;  John 
W.  Mailliard,  George  W.  Dickie,  "Wm.  M. 
Fitzhugh,  C.  E.  Grunsky  and  Rudolph  J. 
Taussig.  C.  E.  Grunsky,  Pres.  of  the 
Academy;  Dr.  Barton  "Warren  Evermann, 
Director  of  the  Museum. 

Cabinet  Manufacturers'  Association — 
546  New  Call  Bldg..  Frank  D.  "Worth,  Sec. 

California  Almond  Growers'  Eixchange 
— 311  California. 

California  Alpine  Club — Pacific  Bldg. 

California  Anglers  Association — 935 
Market.    G.  A.  "Wentworth,  Sec. 

California  Anti-Slavery  Society — Clay- 
ton Herrington,  Pres.,  625  Market;  Mary 
Fairbrother,  Sec. 

California  Association  of  Electrical 
Contractors  and  Dealers — 505  Rialto  Bldg. 

California  Association  of  Electrical 
Contractors — J.  "W.  Redpath,  Sec,  Rialto 
Bldg. 

California  Bakers'  Association — W.  M. 
Foley,  Sec,  465  California. 

California  Bankers'  Association — F.  H. 
Colburn,  Sec,  Mills  Bldg. 

California  Bankers'  Association — 
Fredk.  H.  Colburn,  Sec,  628  Mills  Bldg. 

California  Bay  District  Council  Broth- 
erhood of  Ry.  Clerks — Pacific  Bldg. 

California  Bean  Dealers'  Association — 
H.  P.  Dimond,  Sec,  255  California. 

California  Bible  Society — ^831  Monad- 
nock  Bldg.  Meets  1st  Thursday  in  each 
month.  Benjamin  Romaine,  Pres.;  J.  E. 
"White,  Sec,  831  Monadnock  Bldg. 

California  Boys'  Club — 698  Minna. 

California  Building  Law  Association — 
"W.  S.  Scott,  Sec;  office,  i:5  Stevenson. 
Meets  at  call  of  Chair  at  Builders'  Ex- 
change. 

California  Camera  Club — 833  Market. 

"Wm.  C.  Mackintosh,  Pres.;  J.  H.  Hornell, 
Sec. 

California  Cattlemen's  Association — 
D.  J.  Stollery,  Sec,  Sharon  Bldg. 

California  Civic  League — Phelan  Bldg. 

California  Club— 1750  Clay.  Mrs.  H.  C. 

ibbitts,  Pres.;  Mrs.  Jos.  "Victor,  Rec. 
Sec. 

California  College  of  Pharmacy  (De- 
partment of  Pharmacy,  University  of 
California) — Parnassus  Av.  and  2d  Av. 
Gaston  E.  Bacon,  Ph.  G.,  Pres.;  Frank  T. 
Green,  Dean;  Haydn  M.  Simmons,  Sec. 

California  Council  of  Education— 6?  1 
Market. 

California  Dairy  Council — 268  Market. 

California  Drug  Clerks'  Association — 
I'hll.  Wels.s,  Sec,  Pacific  Bldg. 

California  Federation  of  Farmers  Co- 
operative Marketing  Associations — 525 
Market. 

California  Employers  Assn. — Call  Bldg. 
Jas.  n.  Roantree,  Sec. 

California  Farmers'  Co-operative  Assn. 
— r>i0  Battery. 

California  Federation  of  Farmers — 525 
Market.    F.  N.  Btgelow,  Sec. 


California  Football  League — H.  "W. 
Maloney,  Pres.;  "Wlm.  Campbell,  Sec,  154 
Irvington. 

California  Forest  Protective  Assn — 
Crocker  Bldg. 

California  Foundrymen's  Association 
— D.  Juild,  Jr.,  Pes.;  "Wlm.  H.  Thille,  Sec, 
522  Underwood  Bldg. 

California  Genealogical  Society — Or- 
ganized February  12,  1898.  Henry  Byron 
Phillips,  Pres.;  B.  M.  Newcomb,  "Vice- 
Pres.;  Alvin  Plummer,  "Vice-Pres.;  Frank 
H.  Pettingell,  "Vice-Pres.;  O.  M.  New- 
comb,  Treas. ;  "Walter  D.  Mansfield,  Li- 
brarian; Mrs.  Elisha  Tibbits,  Historian; 
Clarence  E.  Heald,  Rec.  Sec;  Sarah 
Louise  Kimball,  Cor.  Sec,  office  and  Li- 
brary with  Sutro  Branch  of  the  Cali- 
fornia State  Library,  Lane  Library  Bldg., 
S.  E.  cor.  Sacramento  and  "Webster. 

California  Golf  Association — J.  O.  To- 
bin.  Pres.;  H.  Roberts,  Sec,  465  Califor- 
nia. 

California  Golf  Club — Ingleside  Ter- 
race and  Junipedo  Serra  Blvd. 

California  Grape  Assn. — 12  Geary. 

California  Grape  Growers'  Exchange — 
703  Market.    E.  M.  Sheehan,  Mgr. 

California  Grape  Protective  Associa- 
tion— H.  F.  Stoll,  Sec,  216  Pine. 

California  Gold  and  Silversmiths'  Assn. 
— 220  Grant  Av. 

California  Grays — Masonic  Temple. 

California  Historical  Society — Hon.  J. 
V.  Coffey,  Pres.;  T.  "W.  Hubbard,  Sec,  1002 
Phelan  Bldg. 

California  Hall  Association — C.  G. 
Bolsdorff,  Sec,  Polk,  cor.  Turk. 

California  Home  Missionary  Society- 
Rev.  L.  D.  Rathbone,  Supt.,  423  Phelan 
Bldg. 

California  Hop  Growers'  Association — 
Geo.  Hewlett,  Pres.,  816  Balboa  Bldg. 

California  Industries  Assn. — 533  Call 
Bldg.    M.  H.  Sloane,  Mgr. 

California  Inspection  Rating  Bureau — 
W.  A.  Chowen,  Mgr.;  R.  "W.  Chandler,  Sec, 
433  California. 

California  Lawn  Tennis  Club— Grounds 
S.  E.  cor.  Bush  and  Scott.  H.  B.  Richard- 
son, Sec. 

California  Literature  Society — Geo.  H. 
Fitch,  Pres.;  Bram  Nossen,  Librarian; 
Richard  E.  White,  Treas.;  Mrs.  Ella 
Sterling  Mighels,  Sec,  1605  Baker. 

California  Material  Dealers'  Associa- 
tion— F.  L.  Hatch,  Sec,  Hearst  Bldg. 

California  Metal  Trades  Association — 
F.  C.  Metcalf,  Sec,  210  Rialto  Bldg. 

California  Metal  &  Mineral  Producers' 
Assn. — 625  Market.    Robt.  I.  Kerr,  Sec. 

California  Military  "Welfare  Commis- 
sion— Flood  Bldg. 

California  Miners  Association — John 
R.  Tyrrell  Sec,  1512  Hewes  Bldg. 

California  Pear  Growers'  Assn. — 216 
Pine.  Frank  T.  Scott,  Pres.;  A.  D.  L. 
Hamilton,  Sec. 

California  Preserved  Food  Commis- 
sion— 417  Market. 

California  Prisoners  Aid  Association — 
110  Stillman.  "Wm.  T.  Montgomery,  Pres.; 
Geo.  I.  Baugh,  Sec. 

California  Redwood  Association — E.  A. 
Self  ridge,  Jr.,  Pres.;  C.  "W.  McCann,  Sec- 
Mgr.,  E.xposition  Bldg.,  216  Pine. 

California  Retail  Dry  Goods  Associa- 
tion— Benj.  Armer,  Sec,  177  Post. 

California  Retail  Candy  Dealers'  Assn. 
— Pacific  Bldg. 

California  Retail  Grocers  and  Mer- 
chants Association — F.  B.  Connolly,  Sec, 
Sheldon  Bldg. 

California  Retail  Hardware  &  Imple- 
ment Assn. — 112  Market. 

California  Shorthorn  Breeders'  Asso- 
ciation—D.  J.  Stallery,  Sec,  Sharon 
Bldg. 

California  Society  for  Prevention  of 
Crueltv  to  Children — Aimer  M.  Newhall, 
Pres.;  M.  J.  White,  Sec,  268  Market. 


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Societies 


California  State  Automobile  Associa- 
tion— Percy  E.  Towne,  Pres.;  D.  E.  Wat- 
kins,  Sec.  and  Mgr.;  P.  V.  Dewey,  Asst. 
Sec.-Mgr. ;  Geo.  Chalmers,  Mgr.  Ins. 
Dept. ;  Geo.  Grant,  Mgr.  Touring  Bureau. 
1628  Van  Ness  Av.,  tel  Prospect  4064. 
— 785  Market. 

California  State  Board  of  Architecture 
— Sylvain  Schnaittacher,  Sec,  Phelan 
Bldg. 

California  State  Board  of  Pharmacy- 
Louis  Zeh,  Sec;  rooms,  909-910  Butler 
Bldg.,  135  Stockton. 

California  State  Brewers'  Association 
— Rudolph  S'amet,  Pres.,  1550  Bryant. 

California  State  Dental  Assn. — Dr.  J. 
Camp  Dean,  Pres.,  Oakland;  Dr.  J.  W. 
XiCggett,  Sec,  San  Francisco. 

California  State  Fish,  Game  and  Forest 
Protective  League — J.  B.  Hauer,  Pres., 
333  Pine. 

California  State  Floral  Society — ^240 
Golden  Gate  Av. 

California  State  Homeopathic  Medi- 
cal Society — Guy  E.  Manning,  Sec,  516 
Sutter. 

California  State  Mining  Bureau — 3d 
floor.  Ferry  Bldg.,  San  Francisco.  This 
institution  is  the  chief  source  of  reliable 
information  about  the  mineral  resources 
and  mining  industries  of  California.  The 
museum  now  contains  more  than  20,000 
specimens,  carefully  labeled  and  attrac- 
tively arranged  in  show  cases  in  a  great, 
well-lighted  hall,  where  they  can  be  easily 
studied.  The  library  contains  about  5000 
volumes  of  selected  works,  in  addition  to 
the  numerous  publications  of  the  Bureau. 
Open  daily,  free  to  the  public,  from  y  a. 
m.  to  5  p.  m.,  except  Sundays  and  holi- 
days. Saturdays,  from  9  a.  m.  to  12 
m.  Fletcher  McN.  Hamilton,  State  Min- 
eralogist; W.  W.  Thayer,  Sec. 

California  Teachers'  Association — 681 
Market. 

California  Traffic  Officers  Assn. — 1026 
^Market. 

Clalifornia  Wet  Federation  (formerly 
iK-^iilghts  of  the  Royal  Arch) — F.  G.  Roney, 
(Grand  Sec,  948  Market. 

California  White  and  ,Sugar  Pine  Mfrs. 
Association — C.  Stowell  Smith,  Sec.-Mgr., 
-Call  Bldg. 

California  Wholesale  Grocers'  Associa- 
ttion=-il.  H.  Bennett,  Sec,  216  Market. 

Caliiornia  Women's  Emergency  Home 
■Office— 1028  Market. 

Canadian  Club — 535  Powell.  Jas.  J. 
'Turner,  ^c. 

Canne'rs'  League  of  California — Pres- 
ton McKiiuiey,  Sec,  112  Market. 

Carriage  and  Wagon  Builders'  Associa- 
ition  of  San  iFrancisco — Herman  Wertsch, 
^Pres.;  D.  ,E.  .Besecker.  Sec,  127  Montgo-n- 
-ery. 

Casa  <C<Joinale  Italiana  Fugazi — 678 
•  Green. 

Casualty  Underwriters'  Association  of 
Casualty  Uijderwriters'  Board  of  Cali- 
-fornia— Guy    C.    Macdonald,    433  Cali- 
Catholic     Affiliated     Charities — J.  S. 
;Fennell,  Pres.,  995  Market. 

/Catholic  Boy  .gcouts— 1256  Market. 
'Catholic  Knights  of  America — Meets 
•second  Sunday  of  efuch  month  at  1944  Cal- 
ifornia.   iDr.  |J.  ,F.  ,Gibbon,  Pres.;  C.  J. 
iNicholas,  Sec. 

Catholic  Ladies  Aid  Society — 995  Mar- 
rket.  -Mrs. -M. -J.  Smith,  Sec. 

Catholic  Society  for  Befriending  Girls 
— Mrs.  jos.  Do^ohoe,  ,Pres. ;  Miss  Kath- 
erine  Hyde,  Sec,  2344  Divisadero. 

Catholic -Truth  Society — Rev.  Henry  I. 
Stark,  res.  .Meetings  -  last  Thursday  of 
every  month,  Y.-M.  I.  Hall,  50  Oak. 

Celtic  Social  QJub-r-AlWn  Joseph  Brun, 
Pres.,  348,  2d  Av.;  Jas.  F.  Sheehan,  Sec. 
Center  Club — 901  Golden  Gate  Av. 
Central  and  S.   P.  R.   R.  Employees' 
Mutual  Benefit  Assn. — 65  Market. 


Central  California  Berry  Growers — 310 
Battery. 

Central  California  Vineyard  Assn. — 
M.  Csulich,  Mgr.,  Chronicle  Bldg. 

Century  Club — S.  W.  cor.  Sutter  and 
Franklin. 

Cercle  de  I'Unlon — 220  Post. 

Channlng  Auxiliary — S.  W.  cor.  Frank- 
lin and  Geary.  E.  J.  Wade,  Pres. 

Chevra  Shaare  Refooah — 1739  Fillmore. 

China  Commerce  Club  of  California — F. 
E.  Hinckley,  Sec,  465  California. 

Circulating  Library  and  Golf  Shop — 
209  Post. 

Civic  League  of  Improvement  Clubs 
and  Associations  of  San  Francisco — 
Meets  2d  Thursday,  8  p.  m.,  Phelan  Bldff. 
Assembly  Hall.  Arthur  Joel,  Pres.;  Geo. 
W.  Gerhard,  .Sec,  807-808  Mills  Bldg. 

College  of  the  Pacific — Royal  Insuran-^e 
Bldg.  Rolla  V.  Watt,  Pres.  Board  of 
Trustees.  Meets  January,  May  and  Sep- 
tember. 

Colonial  Club — ^W.  H.  Telford,  Sec,  207 
Powell. 

Columbia  Park  Boys'  Club — 458  Guer- 
rero.   S.  S.  Peixotto,  Pres. 

Commercial  Artists'  Association — 220 
Post. 

Comet  Social  and  Outing  Club — 443 
Green. 

Commonwealth  Club  of  California — 153 
Kearny.    E.  A.  Walcott,  Executive  Sec. 

Commonwealth  Club  of  California — 
Reference  Library.  Open  9  a.  m.  to  5  p. 
m.,  except  Sundays.    153  Kearny. 

Concordia  Club — 1142  Van  Ness  Av. 
Henry  Mayer,  Pres.;  Henry  Schussler, 
Sec;  Frederick  Seller,  Treas.;  Edw. 
King,  Sec.  Board  of  Directors  meets  3d 
Tuesday  of  each  month. 

Congregational  Church  Building  So- 
ciety— H.  H.  Wikoff,  Field  Sec,  423  Phe- 
lan Bldg. 

Consumers'  Co-operative  League — 525 
Market. 

Contractors'  Assn.  of  Northern  Cal. — 
625  Market. 

Cooks'  Association  of  the  Pacific  Coast 
— C.  J.  Johnson,  Sec.-Mgr.,  149  Mason. 

Coolbrith  Ina  Circle — Literary  organ- 
ization to  keep  alive  the  memory  of  Cali- 
fornia early  writers  and  present-day  au- 
thors. Meets  4th  Sunday  of  each  month 
in  Blue  Room,  St.  Francis  Hotel.  For 
information,  Chas.  B.  Terrill,  57  Sanchez 
St. 

Corinthian  Yacht  Club — Headquarters 
and  club  house,  Tiburon,  Marin  County. 

Annaul  meeting,  last  Wednesday  in  Jan- 
uary 

Cornell  University  Club  of  Northern 
California — C.  Willard  Evans.  Sec,  187 
Fremont. 

Corona  Club — 536  Sutter. 

Country  Club — 218  Stockton. 

Crab  Fisherman's  Protective  Associa- 
tion— Fishermen's  Wharf. 

Contractors'  Pastime  Club — J.  J.  Cas- 
serly.  Sec,  185  Stevenson. 

Coso  Avenue  Improvement  Club — Coso 
Av.  and  Montezuma. 

Crawford,  McGregor  &  Canby  Co.  Golf 
Club — ^46  Kearny. 

Croatian  Unity  of  the  Pacific — 560  Pa- 
cific Bldg.    Frank  Krstelj,  Sec. 

Cross  Country  Club — 23  Prosper.  Walks 
every  alternate  Sunday.  Membership 
confined  to  men.  H.  L.  Atkinson,  Pres.; 
J.  A.  Street,  Sec. 

j^almatian  Benevolent  Society  — 177 
Capp. 

Danish  Society — 36  Wednesday,  2174 
Market. 

Danmark  Branch  No.  2 — Meets  every 

Thursday  night  44  Page. 

Dartmouth  College  Alumni  Associa- 
tion of  the  Pacific  Coast — Jos.  A.  Town- 
send,  Pres.;  H.  M.  Prescott,  Sec,  Shreve 
Bldg.  Annual  reunion,  San  Francisco,  in 
March. 


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Societies 

MISCELLANEOUS  INFORMATION 

Societies 

Daughters  of  California  Pioneers — 
Meetings  held  on  the  1st  of  each  month 
at  Pioneer  Hall,  4th  and  Pioneer  Court. 

Daughters  of  Norway — 44  Page. 

Deborrah  Mutual  Benevolent  Society — 
1739  Fillmore. 

Dental  Department  College  of  Physi- 
cians and  Surgeons  of  San  Francisco — 
14th  bet.  Mission  and  Valencia. 

Dental  Department  of  the  University 
of  California — Affiliated  Colleges  Bldg., 
Parnassus  and  1st  Avs. 

Deutscher  Verein  Von  San  Francisco 
— California  House,  Polk  and  Turk. 
Henry  F.  Budde,  Sec. 

Diamond  Social  Club— 3081  21st. 

Dolphin  Swimming  and  Boating  Club — 
Foot  of  Van  Ness  Av. 

Dominican  Club — 2425  Pine.  Rev.  Wm. 
T.  Lewis,  O.  P.,  Spiritual  Director.  A 
religious  and  social  club;  membership 
open  to  Catholic  young  men  of  San  Fran- 
cisco and  vicinity. 

Douglas  Fir  Club  of  San  Francisco — 
608  Fife  Bldg.,  1  Drumm. 

Down  Town  Association — Phelan  Bldg. 
Jos.  M.  Gumming,  Sec. 

Draymen's  Association — J.  F.  Vizzard, 
Sec,  Call  Bldg. 

Dried  Fruit  Association  of  California — 
Henry  P.  Dimond,  Sec,  255  California. 

Dried  Fruits  Committee — J.  L.  Chad- 
dock,  Sec,  417  Market. 

El  Dorado  Sportsmen  Club — 233  Pine. 
J.  B.  Hauer,  Sec. 

Electrical  Credit  Assn. — 544  Market. 

Elks'  B.  P.  O.  E.,  No.  3 — Herman  Cohn, 
Sec,  540  Powell. 

El  Verano  Club — Meets  1st  Thursday  of 
each  month  at  419  Chenery. 

Engineers  Club  of  San  Francisco — 
H.  E.  Smith,  Mgr.,  57  Post. 

Engineers'  Headquarters  Agency — 320 

Market,  room  66. 

Enlisted  Men's  Club— 220  Post. 

Eureka  Benevolent  Society — Organized 
October,  1850,  to  assist  poor  and  needy 
Hebrews  in  want  or  sickness.  Office,  436 
O'Farrell.    I.  Irving  Lipsitch,  Supt. 

Exempt  Fire  Company — Meetings  held 
on  the  third  Monday  of  each  month.  D. 
A.  Finn,  Pres.,  2627  Hyde. 

Eva  Mutual  Benevolent  Society — 1739 
Fillmore. 

Farmers'  Protective  League  of  Califor- 
nia— C.  A.  Bodwell,  Mgr.,  Call  Bldg. 

Federated  Poultry  Association  of  Cali- 
fornia— 525  Market. 

Federation  of  Jewish  Charities  of  San 
Francisco,  436  O'Farrell. 

Finnish  American  Temperance  Assn. — 
Murtaja  Hall,  425  Hoffman  Av. 

Fire  Prevention  Bureau  of  the  Pacific — 
Merchants  Exchange  Bldg.  J.  W.  Ste- 
vens, Mgr. 

First  Servian  Benevolent  Society — 
Meets  1st  and  3d  Wednesdays  at  1034 
Golden  Gate  Av.  John  Sherovich,  Sec. 

Foreign  Commerce  Assn.  of  the  Pacific 
Coast — 255  California. 

Foreign  Trade  Club — Wm.  E.  Hague, 
Sec-Treas.,  Arcade  floor  Monadnock 
Bldg. 

Forum  Club — 126  Post. 

Franceses  Relief  Society — Incorporated 
April  25,  1898,  although  the  society  has 
been  engaged  In  relief  work  since  1878. 
Its  object  Is  to  assist  the  deserving  poor. 
The  membership  is  composed  of  honorary 
and  active  members.  Meetings  are  held 
every  Wednesday  morning  at  2211  Hayes. 
Mrs.  Anne  Mackin,  Sec. 

Francesca  Club — 560  Sutter. 

Franklin  Club — 207  Powell. 

Franklin  Mutual  Building  and  Loan 
Association — 9!1,')  Market.  B.  Fedcie,  Sec. 

Franklin  Printing  Trades  Association — 
Call  Bldg.    J.  D.  Roantree.  Sec. 

French  Ladles  Benevolent  Society — 
Mieets  first  and  third  Thursday  of  each 
month  at  1500  Jackson. 


French  Library — 110  Sutter.  Open 
daily  from  2  p.  m.  to  6  p.  rh.  and  from 
8  p.  m.  to  10  p.  m.,  except  Sundays  and 
Holidays. 

French  Mutual  Benevolent  Society- 
Meets  second  and  fourth  Monday  of  eacb 
month.  P.  Chanquet,  Pres.;  F.  Baylacq, 
Rec.  Sec,  110  Sutter. 

Gaelic  Athletic  Association — Sunday 
evenings  at  1133  Mission. 

Gambrinus  Benevolent  Society — 177 
Capp. 

Garage  Owners  Protective  Association 
— Arthur  D'Ettel,  Sec,  900  O'Farrell. 

Gastronomic  Association  of  San  Fran- 
cisco— ^15  Stockton. 

General  Contractors'  Assn. —  Sharon 
Bldg. 

General  Contractors  of  San  Francisco 
(Inc.) — Henry  Jacks,  Pres.;  John  Biller, 
1st  Vice-Pres.;  P.  J.  Lynch,  2d  Vice-Pres. ; 
Chas.  Wright,  Treas. ;  E.  T.  Thurston, 
Sec,  mezzanine  floor  Sharon  Bldg.,  110 
Jessie. 

Geographical  Society  of  the  Pacific — 
John  Partridge,  Sec,  Russ  Bldg. 

Girls'  Club — 362  Capp. 

Girls'  Friendly  .Society  Lodge — 112K 
Ellis. 

Girls'  Recreation  Club — 507  Harrison. 

Golden  Gate  Kindergarten  Association 
— Organized  October  6,  1879;  incorporated 
October  6.  1884.  Its  object  is  the  estab- 
lishment and  maintenance  of  free  Kinder- 
gartens in  San  Francisco,  and  the  sus- 
taining of  a  free  Normal  Training  School 
for  Kindergartners.  Miss  Virginia  Fitch, 
Pres.;  Mrs.  A.  D.  Keyes,  Sec;  Miss  Anna 
M.  Stovall.  Supervisor,  570  Union. 

Golden  Gate  Thoroughbred  Breeders' 
Association — Balboa  Bldg. 

Greek  Community — 995  Market. 

Grizzly  Bear  Club — 414  Mason. 

Hahnemann  Medical  College  of  the  Pa- 
cific (Homeopathic)  — United  with  the 
University  of  California  Medical  School. 
Parnassus  and  2d  Avs. 

Hanna  Club — 50  Oak. 

Half  Moon  Bay  Coastside  Artichoke 
Growers'  Assn. — 510  Battery.  Emilio 
Ramacciottl,  Sec. 

Harvard  Club  of  San  Francisco — Pres., 
Chas.  D.  Farquharson,  801  Van  Ness  Av.; 
Sec,  Geo.  P.  Potter,  1827  Pacific  Av. 

Hawthorne  Athletic  Club — 2965,  I6th. 

Hebrew  Board  of  Relief — Meets  at  436 
O'Farrell.    Morgan  A.  Gunst,  Pres. 

Hebrew  Free  Loan  Association — 745 
Laguna. 

Hebrew  Sheltering  Immigration  Aid 
Society — I.  J.  Aschheim,  Sec,  149  Eddy. 

Hellenic  Mutual  Benevolent  Society — 
C.  Dravillas,  Pres.,  434  Davis. 

Hessen  Verein  (S.  F.  Hessen  Unstutz 
Verein) — Meets  2d  and  4th  Thursdays  In 
each  month  at  California  House,  corner 
Turk  and  Polk. 

Holland  Society  of  California — 645 
Turk. 

HoUuschickle  Club — 700  Mason. 

Home  Industry  League  of  California — 
Edw.  H.  Brown,  Mgr.,  531  Call  Bldg. 

Homeopathic  Dispensary — Hahnemann 
Medical  College  of  the  Pacific,  Southwest 

Hungarian  Ladies'  Society — Hamilton 
Hall. 

Importers  and  Exporters  Assn.  of  S.  F. 
— 255  California. 

Independence  Day  Outing  Club — W. 
Derchner,  Sec,  198  14th. 

Indoor  Yacht  Club— 111  Ellis. 

Institute  of  Chartered  Accountants — 
F.  B.  Brace,  Pres.  F.  S.  Collier,  Sec.  58 
Sutter. 

Insurance  Federation  of  California — 
433  California. 

International  Alliance  of  Theatrical 
Stage  Employes  and  Moving  Picture  Ma- 
chine Operators  of  the  United  States  and 
Canada — 68  Haight. 


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Societies 


International  Association  of  Machin- 
ists, San  Francisco  Lodge  No.  68 — Meets 
every  "Wednesday  evening  at  Labor  Tem- 
ple, 16th  and  Capp. 

International  Brotherhood  Electrical 
Workers — John  S.  Wilson,  Sec.-Treas., 
343  Pacific  Bldg. 

International  Geneva  Association — Of- 
fice, 151  Mason. 

International  Workers  Defense  League 
307  Russ  Bldg. 

Islam  Club — 650  Sutter  nr.  Powell. 

Iroquois  Club — Meets  1st  and  3d  Fri- 
days. 150  Golden  Gate  Av. 

Italian  Relief— C.  Crespi,  Sec,  678 
Green. 

Italian  Touring  Club — Cross  Country 
Athletic  Club.  Chief  Consul,  Armando 
Pedrini,  552  Montgomery;  Consul,  Dr. 
Edward  Taussig,  2520  Union.  It  has  150,- 
000  members  throughout  the  world. 

Japanese  Young  Women's  Christian 
Association — 1120  Gough. 

Jitney  Bus  Operators  No.  399 — Guy 
Lathrop,  Sec,  10  East. 

Jordan  Park  Improvement  Club — Office, 
56  Sacramento.  Meets  last  Monday  of 
each  month.  Martin  Newall,  Sec,  35 
Parker  Av. 

Journeymen  Butchers'  Protective  and 
Benevolent  Association  of  the  Pacific 
Coast — Meets  every  Thursday  evening  at 
K.  of  P.  Hall,  115  Valencia.  A.  J.  Pratt. 
Recording  Sec. 

Journeymen  Shipwrights'  Association — 
Meets  2d  and  4th  Tliursdays  of  each 
month  at  454  Valencia. 

Juvenile  Protective  Association — 1022 
Phelan  Bldg. 

Knickerbocker  Male  Quartet — 560  Mis- 
sion. Amos  Williams,  Fred  Purdy.  C.  F. 
Robinson,  L.  A.  Larsen.  Vocal  music  for 
all  occasions.    Tel.  Douglas  2372. 

Korean  National  Association  of  N.  A. — 
995  Market. 

Ladies'  Sodality  of  St.  Ignatius  Church 
— 2211  Hayes.  Meets  on  2d  and  4th  Sun- 
days of  each  month  at  2:30  p.  m. 

Lakeside  Golf  Club — Lake  Merced.  Of- 
fice, 621  First  National  Bank  Bldg.  J.  H. 
Robertson,  Sec. 

La  Paz  Club — 698  Minna. 

Laundry  Owners'  Association  of  San 
Francisco— Thos.  F.  Alford,  Sec,  Call 
Bldg. 

Laurel  Hill  Cemetery  Association — 
Presidio  Av.  opposite  Bush  Street.  Geo. 
D.  Gray,  Pres.;  Chas.  Stubenrauch,  Sec. 

League  of  California  Municipalities — 
Pacific  Bldg. 

Legal  Aid  Society  of  San  Francisco — 
W.  E.  Billings,  Atty.;  Elizabeth  McArt- 
ney,  Ex.  Sec,  910  Hearst  Bldg. 

Les  Soiress — ^Wm.  P.  Halliday,  Sec, 
2506  Mission. 

Letter  Carriers'  Mutual  Aid  Associa- 
tion— ^Conrad  Trieber,  Sec.  Meets  1st 
Saturday  evening  of  each  month  at  414 
Mason. 

Ligue  Henri  IV  Mutual  Benevolent  So- 
ciety— Membership  750.  Meets  at  Red 
Men's  Hall,  240  Golden  Gate  Av.  Officers: 
Max  Andichou,  Pres.;  J.  P.  Casenave,  Re- 
cording Sec. 

Ligue  Nationale  Francaise — Meets  1st 
Monday  of  each  month  at  110  Sutter. 
Raphael  Weill,  Pres.;  H.  L.  Guerard, 
Sec. 

Lincoln  Grammar  School  Association — 
This  organization  is  composed  of  "Old 
Boys"  of  the  Original  Old  Lincoln  School, 
which  formerly  stood  on  5th  near  Market, 
and  was  opened  in  1865.  The  association 
is  formed  for  the  purpose  of  keeping  alive 
the  memories  of  the  early  days.  The 
only  requisite  for  membership  is  that  the 
applicant  shall  have  attended  that  school, 
whether  as  a  graduate  or  not,  at  least 
thirty-nine  years  before  applying  for 
memljership.  The  period  regulating  mem- 


bership is  advanced  one  year  at  each 
annual  banquet,  which  Is  held  on  Lin- 
coln's Birthday,  Feb.  12.  The  association 
has  undertaken  the  work  of  erecting  a 
memorial  of  Lincoln  in  the  Civic  Center, 
which  will  also  perpetuate  the  fact  that 
the  first  statue  to  Lincoln  ever  erected 
was  that  which  stood  before  the  Old  Lin- 
coln Grammar  School  and  was  unveiled 
in  1886.  Alex  Goldstein,  Pres.;  Fred  C. 
Peterson,  1st  Vice-Pres.;  Frank  C.  Drew, 
2d  Vice-Pres.;  Thomas  P.  Burns,  Treas., 
348  Pine;  Chas.  B.  Turrill,  Historian  and 
Sec,  57  Sanchez.  Associate  Life  Direc- 
tors, John  A.  Britton,  Thos.  P.  Burns, 
Alex.  B.  Cooper,  F.  H.  DeGuerre,  Alex. 
Goldstein,  E.  G.  L.  Hoeber,  Alex.  M. 
Robertson,  H.  H.  Sherwood,  Charles  B. 
'Turrill,  Chas.  W.  Decker,  Geo.  H.  Pippy, 
Arthur  L.  Levinsky.  Directors  annually 
elected:  Frank  C.  Drew,  Foster  P.  Cole, 
R.  J.  Sheridan,  E.  T.  Stolz,  M.  S.  Kosh- 
land,  Ferd  C.  Peterson,  L.  L.  Solomons, 
Louis  E.  Aubrey,  John  T.  Hayes,  W.  R. 
■  Larzeler,  Louis  Metzger,  Jacob  Shaen, 
Albert  Wiener,  R.  P.  Doolan,  H.  F.  Farl- 
mann,  J.  O.  Gantner  and  Rudolph  Herold. 
Office  of  the  Association,  57  Sanchez. 

Lincoln  American  Club — 41  Powell. 

Lincoln  Monument  League — Chas.  E. 
Broadwell,  Pres.;  Alex.  Goldstein,  Vice- 
Pres.;  Thos.  P.  Burns,  Treas.;  Chas.  B. 
Turrill,  Sec,  57  Sanchez. 

Lincoln  Park  Golf  Club — 3139  Clement, 
fornia — 110  Jessie. 

Little  Children's  Aid — 995  Market.  Jas. 
P.  Skelly,  Sec. 

Lone  Mountain  Club — 2759  Geary. 

Loring  Club — This  is  the  leading  sing- 
ing society  club  of  the  city,  is  composed 
of  sixty  active  male  voices,  and  250  asso- 
ciate or  subscribing  members.  The  Club 
gives  four  musical  entertainments  each 
year  whiph  are  marked  events  in  our  so- 
cial seasons.  Meetings  held  at  Scottish 
Rite  Auditorium.  W.  W.  Davis,  Sec,  56 
Steuart. 

Lowell  High  School  Alumni  Associa- 
tion— Wm.  D.  McRae,  Pres.,  2402  Wash- 
ington; Walter  H.  Rohde,  Sec. 

Lumber  Products  Manufacturers'  Asso- 
ciation— A.  C.  Bredfleld,  Sec,  248-250 
Pacific  Bldg. 

Lumber  Surveyors'  Association  of  Cali- 
fornia— ^110  Jessie 

Luxemberg  Society — 177  Capp. 

Madrid  Mutual  Benevolent  Society — 
F.  L.  Noriega,  Pres.,  967  Haight. 

Marine  Cooks'  and  Stewards'  Associa- 
tion of  the  Pacific  Coast — Eugene  Steidle, 
Sec,  42  Market. 

Marine  Diesel  &  Gas  Engineers'  Assn. 
No.  49 — 10  Embarcadero. 

Marine  Engineers'  Beneficial  Associa- 
tion No.  35 — Meets  Tuesday  evenings  at 
1166  iSteuart.  John  J.  Searey,  Sec;  Ernest 
F.  Pegg,  Business  Mgr. 

Marine  Firemen,  Oilers  and  Watertend- 
ers  Union  of  the  Pacific — P.  Flynn,  Sec, 
58  Commercial. 

Mariners'  Free  Reading  Room — 58 
Commercial.  In  connection  with  the  San 
Francisco  Port  Society.  Open  daily  from 
8:30  a.  m.  to  8  p.  m. 

Masons'  and  Builders'  Association — E. 
S.  Rainey,  iSec,  185  Stevenson. 

Masonic  Club  of  San  Francisco — Palace 
Hotel.  W.  P.  Filmer,  Pres.;  H.  G.  Squier, 
Sec.  and  Manager. 

Master  Housesmiths'  Association — 547- 
54  New  Call  Bldg. 

Master  Mariners'  Benevolent  Associa- 
tion— ^Meets  every  Friday  evening  at  149 
Eddy.  Chas.  E.  Polk,  Recording  Sec; 
Peter  Rasmussen,  Financial  Sec. 

Master  Plasterers'  Association — ^W.  S. 
Scott,  Sec,  185  Stevenson. 

Master  Plumbers'  Association  of  San 
Francisco — 120  Page.  Alexander  Cole- 
man, Pres.;  John  L.  E.  Firmin,  Sec. 


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MISCELLANEOUS  INFORMATION 

Societies 

Masters,  Mates  and  Pilots  of  the  Pacific 
— Meets  at  268  Market.  Capt.  Wm.  A. 
Wescott,  Business  Mgr.;  Wm.  H.  Starli, 
Sec. 

McCloud  Country  Club — Rudolph  Schil- 
ling, Pres.,  Pacific  Union  Club;  T.  J. 
Coleman,  Sec,  Pacific  Union  Club. 

Mechanics'  Institute — Organized  March 
29,  1855.  Mechanics'  Institute  Bldg.,  57 
Post.  The  Society  has  a  valuable  library, 
containing  73,000  volumes,  including 
many  rare  scientific  works,  and  a  reading 
room  well  supplied  with  the  leading  sci- 
entific and  literary  periodicals  of  the  day. 
Any  person  may  become  a  member,  being 
acceptable  to  the  Board  of  Trustees,  by 
paying  an  entrance  fee  of  $1  and  $1.50 
quarterly  dues,  in  advance.  John  H.- 
Wood,  Sec,  Mechanics  Mercantile  Li- 
brary; Francis  B.  Graves,  Librarian. 

Medical  Society  of  State  of  California — 
930  Butler  Bldg.,  135  Stockton. 

Menlo  Country  Club — Office,  354  Pine. 
H.  H.  Coggins,  Sec. 

Merchants'  and  Manufacturers'  Asso- 
cation — 2  Market. 

Merchants'  Exchange,  The — 431  Cali- 
fornia. F.  A.  Somers,  Pres.;  Henry 
Wangenheim,  Sec,  Merchants  Exchange 
Bldg. 

Merchants  Exchange  Club — Mer- 
chants Exchange  Bldg.,   465  California. 

Metal  Workers'  Protective  Association 
— 900  O'Farrell. 

Metaphysical  Library — 165  Post. 

Milk  Dealers'  Association — Wm.  E. 
Moore,  Sec,  1020  Valencia. 

Mining  Library — Ferry  Bldg. 

Mission  Street  Merchants'  Association 
— 2487  Mission.  Jas.  W.  Doherty,  Fin. 
Sec,  2008  Mission;  J.  C.  Marshall,  Rec. 
Sec,  485  Pine. 

Moose  Club — F.  C.  Tracey,  Sec,  111 
Jones. 

Motor  Car  Dealers'  Assn — 68  Post.  A. 
F.  Lemberger,  mgr. 

Mount  Diablo  Park  Club  —  Office  1 
Montgomery. 

Musical  Association  of  San  Francisco 
—457  Phelan  Bldg.  A.  W.  Widenham, 
Sec. 

Musical  Fund  Society — Meets  quarterly 
3d  Thursday  in  January,  April,  July  and 
October  at  12:30  p.  m.,  at  68  Haight. 
P.  H.  Sapiro,  Pres.;  P.  Borgel,  Sec. 

Musicians'  Mutual  Protective  Union  of 
San  Francisco,  Local  No.  6,  American 
Federation  of  Musicians — Albert  A. 
Greenbaum,  Rec.  Sec,  68  Haight. 

National  Association  Letter  Carriers 
of  America — Golden  Gate  Branch  214. 
Thos.  P.  Tierney,  Sec.  Meets  1st  Satur- 
day at  414  Mason. 

National  Association  of  Postofflce 
Clerks — Branch  No.  8.  George  P.  Feely, 
Sec.  Meets  2d  Saturday  at  240  Golden 
Gate  Av. 

National  Association  of  Retail  Grocers 
— F.  B.  Connolly,  Past  Pres.,  461  Market. 

National  Association  of  Stationary  En- 
gineers— Geo.  Stewart,  Sec,  Pacific  Bldg. 

National  Bible  Institute — -Hearst  Bldg. 

National  Defense  League  of  California 
— Ferry  Bldg. 

National  Dog  Breeders'  Association — 
W.  V.  N.  Bay.  Sec,  355  Sutter. 

National  Board  of  Fire  Underwriters — 
Percy  V.  Long,  Asst.  Genl.  Counsel,  433 
California. 

National  Child  Labor  Committee, 
Northern  Cal. — Phelan  Bldg. 

National  Defenders'  League — Mrs. 
Wni.  I?.  Hamilton,  Chairman;  Miss  Helen 
Macnonougli  and  Mrs.  Veda  Nelson,* 
Sees.;  Mrs.  Wm.  Davis,  Business  Sec. 

National  Indian  War  Veterans,  San 
Francisco  Camp  No.  4 — Meets  at  Audi- 
torium l.><t  Sunday  of  each  month. 

National  League  for  Woman's  Service 
Club     :!:!:!  Kcariiv. 


National  Traffic  Officers'  Assn. — D.  A. 
Sylvester,  Pres.;  M.  F.  Brown,  Sec,  1026 
Market. 

Nationals,  The — Organized  1855.  Meets 
at  1160  Eddy  every  Monday  evening. 

Native  Sons  and  Native  Daughters' 
Central  Committee  on  Homeless  Children 
— Mary  E.  Brusie,  Sec,  9^55  Phelan  Bldg. 

Nederlandsche  Vereeniging  Van  Cali- 
fornia— 925  Golden  Gate  Av. 

Netherlands  Commercial  Museum — 235 
Montgomery. 

Nevada  Social  Club — 773  Market. 

New  Era  League  of  California  —  239 
Geary. 

Newspaper  Men's  Club  of  San  Fran- 
cisco—Thos.  Gallagher,  Sec,  77  O'Far- 
rell. 

North  Beach  Promotion  Association — 
678  Green. 

Northern  California  Hotel  Association 
— John  F.  Shea,  Sec,  Crocker  Bldg. 

North  Bay  Yacht  Club — W.  Cook,  Sec, 
3054  Polk. 

North  Central  Improvement  Associa- 
tion— Meets  at  call  of  Chair.  C.  Fredk. 
Kohl,  Pres.;  Edgar  Painter,  Sec,  616 
Kohl  Bldg. 

Northern  California  Congregational 
Conference — Office.  417  Market. 

Norwegian  Club — 99  Divisadero. 

Norwegian  Ladies'  Club  "Nora" — Meets 
every  4th  "Thursday  at  99  Divisadero. 

Norwegian  National  League — 431  Du- 
boce  Av. 

Francisco — (Male).  Meets  every  Thurs- 
day at  120  Capp. 

Occidental  Board  of  Foreign  Missions — 
Meets  1st  Monday  of  each  month  at  920 
Sacramento.  Mrs.  H.  B.  Pinney,  Pres.; 
Miss  Jennie  Partridge,  Recording  Sec, 
920  Sacramento. 

Odd  Fellows'  Club— 14,  7th. 

Ohio  Society  of  California — Meetings 
by  call.  Thos.  A.  Nerney.  1st  Vice-Pres., 
Pacific  Bldg.;  E.  G.  Cook,  Alameda,  Sec. 

Old  Friends'  Society — 459  Turk.  Or- 
ganized May  15,  1864.  Col.  J.  E.  Slinkey, 
Sgc 

Old  People's  Home — 2507  Pine. 

Olympic  Club,  The — 524  Post.  The 
buildings  erected  by  the  Club  contain  a 
magnificent  swimming  tank  filled  with 
ocean  water,  and  the  parlors,  halls  and 
various  apartments  are  modern  and  beau- 
tiful in  all  their  appointments.  The  sys- 
tem of  baths,  tubs,  showers,  Russian  and 
Turkish,  is  as  complete  and  handsome  as 
any  in  the  country. 

Optical  Dealers'  Assn.  of  California — 
1  Montgomery. 

Order  of  Camels,  Western  Div. — C.  J. 
Young,  Dep.  Grand  Organizer,  Flood 
Bldg. 

Order  of  Railroad  Telegraphers — T.  T. 
Cull,  Genl.  Chairman;  A.  M.  Hammond, 
Genl.  Sec-Treas.,  303  Pacific  Bldg. 

Order  of  Railway  Conductors,  Division 
115 — Meets  1st  and  3d  Tuesdays  of  each 
month  at  536  Bryant.  Robt.  C.  Leu,  Sec, 
93  Stillman. 

Order  of  Railway  Employees — Phelan 
Bldg.  W.  F.  Stafford,  Pres.;  Mrs.  K.  B. 
Clifford,  Sec;  C.  W.  Litsinger,  Asst.  Sec 

Outing  and  Riding  Club — 634  Stanyan. 

Owl  Drug  Employees  Clubs — 946  Pa- 
cific Bldg. 

Overseas  Club — H.  G.  Dance,  Sec,  525 
Sutter. 

Pacific  Aero  Club — Chas.  F.  Pond,  Pres.; 
Sidney  Bibbero,  Sec,  915  Monadnock 
Bldg.  Meets  1st  Tuesdays. 

Pacific  Association  of  Amateur  Oars- 
men— Alex  G.  Bell.  336,  2d. 

Pacific  American  Steamship  Associa- 
tion— 112  Market. 

Pacific  Association  of  the  Amateur 
Athletic  Association — Headquarters,  469 
Flood  Bldg.    Herbert  Hauser,  Sec. 

Pacific  Coast  Association  Native  Sons 
of  Vermont — H.  L.  Adams,  Pres.;  A.  O. 


FAIRFAX  AVE.  and  RANKIN  ST. 


Pure  Food  Gelatine 

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Societies 


Colton,  Sec;  office,  514  Mills  Bldg. 

Pacific  Coast  Baseball  League — X4th 
and  Valencia.    Office,  Hearst  Bldg. 

Pacific  Coast  Bakers'  Conservation 
League — "Wm.  Foley,  Sec,  465  California. 

Pacific  Coast  Bath  House  Association — 
Call  Bldg.    E.  M.  Smith,  Sec. 

Pacific  Coast  Chrome  Producers'  Assn. 
— E.  A.  Dickey,  Sec,  68  Post. 

Pacific  Coast  Hotel  Association — Geo. 
C.  Henderson,  -Sec,  46  Kearny. 

Pacific  Coast  Lumber  Surveyors'  Asso- 
ciation— 268  Market. 

Pacific  Coast  Numismatic  Society — F. 
T.  Huddart,  Pres.,  444  Market. 

Pacific  Coast  Trotting  Horse  Breeders' 
Association — F.  W.  Kelley,  Sec,  239  Pa- 
cific Bldg. 

Pacific  Coast  Waiters'  Association — F. 
R.  Hooke,  Mgr.,  181  Eddy. 

Pacific  Motor  Boat  Club — Club  House, 
Belvedere,  Marin  County. 

Pacific  Philatelic  Society — Edgar  M. 
Bransford,  Sec,  231  20th  Av. 

Pacific  Printers  Clearing  House — 340 
Sansome. 

Pacific  Railway  Club — Chas.  E.  Norton, 
Pres.,  64  Pine. 

Pacific  States  Paper  Trade  Association 
—461  Market.    B.  N.  CofEman,  Sec. 

Pacific  Union  Club — -1000  California. 

Papyrus  Club — Bellevue  Hotel. 

Patrol  Special  Police  Officers  Protective 
Association^Meets  2d  Tuesday  of  each 
month  at  3  p.  m.  at  Hall  of  Justice.  T.  B. 
Healy,  Rec.  Sec.  520  Castro. 

Peniel  Mission — 6  Mission  and  203  Na- 
toma. 

People's  Institute — 1256  Market. 

Pile  Drivers  and  Bridge  Builders  Asso- 
ciation, Local  No.  77 — 457  Bryant. 

Pioneer  Kindergarten  Society  — 1041 
Greenwich. 

Pixley  Memorial  Free  Kindergarten — 
Meets  1st  Tuesdays  at  Wlnfleld  Hcoti 
School.  Mrs.  Jas.  McDonald,  Pres.;  Mrs. 
William  R.  P.  Clark,  Sec. 

Players  Club — 1757  Bush. 

Polish  Society  of  California — Organ- 
ized 1862.  Since  1885  as  Branch  No.  7  of 
the  Polish  National  Alliance  of  U.  S.  of 
N.  A.  Meets  every  1st  Sunday  of  the 
month  at  2  p.  m.  at  St.  Helen's  Hall,  2091 
15th.  Library  same  place.  Stanislaus 
Sysiak,  Librarian. 

Polk  and  Larkin  Streets  District  Asso- 
ciation— Meets  every  Tuesday,  8  p.  m., 
California  Club  Hall,  1750  Clay.  John  S. 
Mackay.  Sec. 

Polk  Pastime  Club — Leo  AUenberg, 
Sec,  1498  Pine. 

Poppy  Social  Club — 370  London. 

Portland  Cement  Association — 785  Mar- 
ket. 

Portuguese  Protective  and  Benevolent 

Association — Meets  4th  Sunday  and  2d 
Thursday  of  each  month  at  Druids'  Tem- 
ple.  John  C.  Moraes,  Sec. 

Poultry  Producers  of  Central  California 
(Inc.) — 757  Sansome.   J.  H.  Barber,  Mgr. 

Presbyterian  Board  of  Foreign  Mis- 
sions— Rev.  W.  T.  Johnson,  Acting  Sec, 
278  Post. 

Presbyterian  Mission  House — 920  Sac- 
ramento. Headquarters  of  the  Woman's 
Occidental  Board  of  Foreign  Missions  of 
the  Presbyterian  Church. 

Presidio  Golf  Club — Meets  2d  Tuesday 
of  each  month  at  8  Presidio  Terrace.  W. 
H.  Rhoades,  Sec,  621  First  Nat.  Bank 
Bldg. 

Press  Club  of  San  Francisco — 449 
Powell. 

Primrose  Social  Club — 22d  and  Indiana. 

Printers  Board  of  Trade  of  San  Fran- 
cisco— J.  D.  Roantree,  Sec,  Call  Bldg. 

Purchasing  Agents'  Association  of 
Norther  nCalifornia — D.  B.  Gray,  Sec, 
230  California. 

Railway  Employees'  Welfare  Associa- 
tion— 65  Market. 


Recreation  Club  for  Girls— 507  Har- 
rison. 

Recreation  League  of  San  Francisco — 
Mrs.  B.  L.  Baldwin,  Sec,  460  Flood  Bldg. 
Albin  C.  Anderson,  Lieut.  Sec. 

Red  Cross  Life  Saving  Corps — 367  Oak. 
Albin  C.  Anderson,  Lieut. 

Red  Cross,  Pacific  Division — Flood 
Bldg. 

Red  Cross,  San  Francisco  Chapter — 
John  A.  Britton,  Chairman;  Mrs.  Thur- 
low  H.  R.  Bogart,  Genl.  Mgr.,  Civic  Cen- 
ter. 

Retail  Clerks'  Club  of  San  Francisco — 
32  Turk. 

Retail  Dry  Goods  Association  of  San 
Francisco — Benj.  Armer,  Sec,  177  Post. 

Retail  Druggists'  Association  of  San 
Francisco — W.  Bruce  Philip,  Sec,  Balboa 
Bldg. 

Retail  Grocers'  Association  of  San 
Francisco — F.  B.  Connolly,  Sec,  461  Mar- 
ket. 

Rice  Association  of  California — 465 
California. 

Richmond  Industrial  Com.  (Richmond, 
Contra  Costa  County)  Hearst  Bldg. 

Rochambeau  Club — 1642  McKinnon  Av. 

Rotary  Club  of  San  Francisco — H.  H. 
Feighner,  Sec,  Palace  Hotel. 

Sailors  Union  of  the  Pacific — 59  Clay. 

Salvation  Army  Industrial  and  Social 
Department — Brigadier  George  Reid,  offi- 
cer in  charge,  870  Harrison. 

San  Francisco  and  Northern  California 
Fur  Dealers  Assn. — B.  M.  Harris,  Sec, 
153  Kearny. 

San  Francisco  Advertising  Club — H. 
Wm.  Nelle,  Mgr.,  2011  Palace  Hotel. 

San  Francisco  Architectural  Club — 77 
O'Farrell. 

San    Francisco    Association    for  the 

Blind— 1120  Folsom  and  432  Sutter. 

San  Francisco  Association  for  the 
Study  and  Prevention  of  Tuberculosis — 
1547  Jackson. 

San  Francisco  Automobile  Trade  Asso- 
ciation— -A.  D'Ettel,  Sec,  900  O'Farrell. 

San  Francisco  Baseball  Club — 15th  and 
Valencia. 

San  Francisco  Boys'  Club — 2520  Fol- 
som. 

San  Francisco  Chapter  American  Insti- 
tute of  Architects — Office,  233  Post. 

San  Francisco  Chapter  American  Insti- 
tute of  Banking — J.  S.  Wilson,  Sec,  126 
Post. 

San  Francisco  Church  Extension  Socie- 
ty of  the  M.  E.  Church — Meets  at  831 

Monadnock  Bldgl  John  H.  McCallum, 
Pres.;  J.  E.  White,  Sec. 

San  Francisco  Clearing  House  Associa- 
tion—Fredk.  H.  Colburn,  Mgr.;  Thos.  P. 
Burns,  Asst.  Mgr.,  348  Pine. 

San  Francisco  Club  of  Applied  Psy- 
chology— Mrs.  Florence  Schoenfield,  Sec, 
767  Market. 

San  Francisco  Colony,  New  England 
Women — 525  Sutter. 

San  Francisco  Commercial  Club — 13th 
and  14th  floors.  Merchants  Exchange 
Bldg.    Prosper  P.  Reiter,  Mgr. 

San  Francisco  Convention  and  Tourist 
League — Robt.  Ij.  Webb,  Sec,  Exposi- 
tion Auditorium. 

San  Francisco  Council  of  Commercial 
Travelers — 2135  Sutter. 

San  Francisco  County  Homeopathic 
Society — Dr.  H.  J.  Wright,  Sec;  meetings 
held  3d  Thursday  of  each  month  at  St. 
Francis  Hotel.  Address,  care  Hahne- 
mann Hospital,  California  and  Maple. 

San  Francisco  County  Medical  Society 
— Meets  at  909  Hyde  every  Tuesday  eve- 
ning. Rene  Bine.  Sec. 

San  Francisco  District  Dental  Society — 
Meets  2d  Monday  of  each  month  in  Med- 
ical Bldg.,  909  Hyde.  Dr.  A.  F.  Lucchetti, 
Pres.;  Dr.  F.  J.  Seiferd,  Sec. 

San  Francisco  Electrical  Contractors — 
C.  L.  Chamblin,  Sec,  641  Mission. 


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Societies 


PRINTERS 
BOOKBINDERS 
STATIONERS 
LITHOGRAPHERS 

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San  Francisco  Fire  Department  Mutual 
Aid  Association — George  F.  Brown,  Sec.- 
Treas.,  2281  Geary. 

San  Francisco  Fly  Casting  Club — Paul 
W.  Shattuck,  Sec,  SSS  Battery. 

San  Francisco  Fruit  and  Flower  Mis- 
sion— Meets  every  Thursday  morning  at 
1372  Jackson.   H.  Lowenthal,  Sec. 

San  Francisco  Girls'  Welfare  Home — 
1657  Hayes. 

San  Francisco  Grolf  and  Country  Club — 
Grounds  at  Ingleslde. 

San  Francisco  Hay  Association — 112 
Pine. 

San  Francisco  Jitney  Bus  Association — 
Richd.  Brown,  Sec,  36  East. 

San  Francisco  Kennel  Club — ^Wm.  V.  N. 
Bay,  Sec.  355  Sutter. 

San  Francisco  Ladies'  Protection  and 
Relief  Society— 1200  Franklin. 

San  Francisco  Law  Library  Associa- 
tion—Organized In  1865.  City  Hall.  J.  H. 
Deerlng,  Sec. 

San  Francisco  Law  School — Call 
Bldg. 

San  Francisco  Machinery  Dealers  Asso- 
ciation— 503  Market. 

San  FVanclsco  Maennerchor  —  Meets 
every  Wednesday  evening  at  Mission 
Turn  Verein  Hall. 

San  Francisco  Motorcycle  Club — 1620 
15th. 

San  Francisco  Musical  Club — 26  O'Far- 
rell. 

San  Francisco  National  Training  School 

of  the  M.  E.  Church — 129  Haight.  Rev. 
AlexC.  Stevens,  Pres. 

San  Francisco  Planing  Mill  Owners' 
Association — 112  Market. 

San  Francisco  Polytechnic  and  Post 
Graduate  Polyclinic  College — 1535  Jack- 
son. A  school  of  clinical  medicine  for 
graduates  of  colleges  of  regular  medi- 
cine. Martin  Regensburger,  M.D.,  Sec 

iSan  Francisco  Protection  and  Relief 
Society— 1200  Franklin. 

S'an  Francisco  Real  Estate  Board — R. 
C.  Newell,  Pres.;  L.  E.  Burks,  Atty.  and 
Sec,  530  Mills  Bldg. 

iSan  Francisco  Restaurant  Association 
—553  Pacific  Bldg. 

San  Francisco  Retail  Bakers'  Associa- 
tion— Wm.  M.  Foley,  Sec,  3543,  18th. 

San  Francisco  Retail  Lumber  Yards 
Protective  Association — ^C.  S.  Tripler, 
Sec,  Hearst  Bldg. 

San  Francisco  Sales  Managers'  Asso- 
ciation— Y.  E.  Boyd,  Sec,  819  Rialto 
Bldg. 

San  Francisco  Schwaben  Verein — Meets 
2d  and  4th  Thursdays  of  each  month  at 
California  House,  Turk  and  Polk.  George 
Bauer,  Recording  Sec,  1729  Lake. 

San  Francisco  Scottish  Thistle  Club- 
Meets  at  I.  O.  O.  F.  Bldg.,  7th  and  Market, 
2d  and  4th  Fridays  of  each  month.  V\m. 
Crawford,  Jr.,  Recorder. 

San  Francisco  Ship  Caulkers  Associa- 
tion— 113  Steuart.  D.  W.  Ervin,  Rec. 
Sec 

San  Francisco  Society  for  the  Preven- 
tion of  Cruelty  to  Animals — 2500,  16th. 

San  Francisco  Soda  Water  Manufac- 
urers'  Board  of  Trade — Louis  R.  Levy, 
Sec;  Office,  524  Gough. 

San  Francisco  Stock  and  Bond  Ex- 
change— 341  Montgomery.  Sessions  10:30 
a.  m.  and  2  p.  m.    Louis  P.  Wilton,  Sec 

San  Francisco  Symphony  Orchestra — 
457  Phelan  Hldp.  Alfred  Hertz.  Con- 
ductor; X.  W.  Wldenham,  Sec  and  Mgr. 

San  Franci.sco  Tire  Dealers'  Associa- 
tion— 900  O'Farrell. 

San  Francisco  Turn  Verein — 2450  Sut- 
ter. Meets  1st  Wednesday  of  each  month. 
P.  Prlnz,  Physical  Director. 

San  Francisco  Working  Girls'  Aid  So- 
ciety— 320  Market. 

Siin  Francisco  Yacht  Club — H.  T. 
Mllnl.  Sec,  Well  Fargo  Nevada  Nat  Bank 


San  Francisco  War  Camp  Community 
Service — Flood  Bldg. 

San  Francisco  Working  Girls'  Aid  So- 
ciety— 320  Market. 

San  Mateo  Polo  Club — Russell  Pierce, 
Sec,  503  Market. 

Scandinavian  Evangelical  Lutheran 
Seamen's  Mission — Rev.  Ole  Groensberg, 
Pastor.   9  Mission. 

Seamen's  Church  Institute  of  San 
Francisco— Affiliated  with  the  S.  C.  I.  of 
America.  Maintains  clubhouse  and 
Church  for  merchant  sailors.  Rev.  C.  P. 
Deems,  Supt. 

Sequoia  Club — 1725  Washington. 

Servian  Club — Meets  4th  Wednesday  of 
each  month  at  1034  Golden  Gate  Av.  J. 
P.  Seferovlch,  Sec. 

Ship  Owners  Association  of  the  Pacific 
Coast — 112  Market. 

Sierra  Club — 402  Mills  Bldg.  William 
E.  Colby,  Pres.;  J.  N.  Le  Conte,  Sec. 

Slovenian  American  Fraternity  and  Be- 
nevolent Society — 2000,  19th. 

Smilers  Club — 126  Post. 

Sociedad  Espanola  de  Beneflcencla 
Mutua — Meets  last  Saturday  of  each 
month  at  1524  Powell.  J.  H.  Alfonso, 
Genl.  Sec. 

Societa  ItaJiana  di  Mutua  Beneficenza 
■ — 678  Green. 

Societa  Operaia  Italiana — 678  Green. 

Society  Alsace-Lorraine — Meets  the 
second  and  fourth  Thursdays  of  each 
month  at  Druids'  Temple,  44  Page.  E. 
Gustave  Schultz,  Pres.,  residence  860 
Bush;  Geo.  J.  Martin,  Sec,  residence  3358 
21st. 

Society  of  Astrological  and  Astro- 
Mathematical  Research — 1909  Clay. 

Society  of  California  Pioneers — Henry 
L.  Byrne,  Sec,  5  Pioneer  PI. 

Society  of  St.  Vincent  de  Paul — Particu- 
lar council  meets  on  second  Thursday  of 
each  month  In  the  Hall  of  St.  Mary's 
Cathedral,  Van  Ness  Av.  and  O'Farrell. 
Spiritual  Director,  Rev.  Chas.  A,  Ramm; 
D.  M.  Fitzgerald,  Sec. 

Sokol    Gymnastic    Association  —  738 

Sons  and  Daughters  of  the  Old  Friends 
— Meet  every  Monday  evening  at  1191 
Oak.    Miss  Irene  Strickler.  Sec. 

Sons  of  Norway — Torkell  Hjelseth,  Sec. 
Meets  every  Friday,  Druids'  Temple,  44 
Page. 

Sorosis  Club — ^536  Sutter, 

South  End  Rowing  Club — P.  W.  Swain, 
Sec,  Bower  Rubber  Co.,  Pillsbury,  Cal. 

Southern  Pacific  Employees  Welfare 
Association — 65  Market. 

Southern  Pacific  Employees'  Mutual 
Benefit  Association — 65  Market. 

St  Andrew's  Society  of  San  Francisco 
— Organized  September  21,  1863;  incor- 
porated August  4,  1885.  Meets  every  1st 
and  3d  Monday  evening  at  414  Mason. 

St.  Ann's  Mothers'  Club— S.  E.  Taylor, 
Director,  416  oPtrero  Av. 

St.  Francis  Home  Association — 278 
Post. 

St  Francis  Welfare  League — M.  A. 
Taylor,  Sec,  416  Potrero  Av. 

St.  Margaret's  Club — 1499  California. 

St.  Paul's  Benevolent  Society — Meets 
2d  Monday  of  each  month  at  St.  Boniface 
Hall,  133  Golden  Gate  Av. 

St.  Peter's  Catholic  Benevolent  Society 
— Meets  1st  Monday  of  each  month  at  St. 
Boniface  Hall,  133  Golden  Gate  Av. 

Stanford  Memorial  Free  Kindergarten 
— 3452  Mission. 

Stanford  University  Medical  School — 
Northeast  comer  Sacramento  and  Web- 
ster. Founded  in  1858,  as  the  Medical 
Department  of  the  University  of  the 
Pacific.  Endowed  and  named  Cooper 
Medical  College  In  1882  by  the  late  Pro- 
fessor L.  C.  Lane,  transferred  to  Stanford 
University.  1908.  W.  Ophuls,  M.D.,  Dean. 
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Societies 


state  Law  Enforcement  and  Protec- 
tive Ijeague — 681  Market.  Rev.  Paul 
Smith,  Pres. 

State  of  Maine  Association  of  Califor- 
nia (Inc.) — Meets  2d  Monday  In  each 
month;  annual  reunion  in  June.  F.  W. 
Thaxter,  Sec,  2454  Ashby  Av.,  Berkeley. 

Stationers'  Association  of  California — 
H.  P.  Dimond,  Chairman,  255  California. 

Sturg-e  Library  (Japanese) — 1516  Post. 

Sunset  Society — Meets  2d  and  4th 
Tuesdays  in  California  House.  B.  Fedde, 
Sec,  995  Market. 

Sutter  Club  Annex — 1656  Divisadero. 

Swedish  Singing  Society — Organized 
1891.  Meets  every  Wednesday  In  Swedish- 
American  Hall,  2174  Market.  Axel  Phil- 
strom.  Instructor. 

Swedish  Society  of  San  Francisco — 
Organized  1873.  Meets  2d  and  4th  Thurs- 
days  In  each  month  at  2174  Market. 

Swiss  Club — 628  Montgomery. 

Swiss  Mutual  Benevolent  Society — 
Meets  2d  Tuesday  of  the  month  at  602 
California.  Alf.  MonottI,  Pres.;  A.  JuU- 
lerat.  Sec. 

Swiss  Relief  Society — Meets  4th  Tues- 
day of  the  month  at  602  California,  Alf. 
MonottI,  Pres.;  A.  JuIUerat,  Sec. 

Tamalpals  Conservation  Club — Claus 
Spreckels  Bldg.,  833  Market. 

Tanners'  Council  of  the  U.  S.  A.  (Inc.) 
— 465  California. 

Tax  Payers'  Association  of  California 
— Will  H.  Fischer,  Executive  Officer,  433 
California, 

Teachers  Mutual  Aid  Society  of  San 
Francisco — Meets  at  assembly  room 
Board  of  Education,  City  Hall,  on  1st 
and  3d  Wednesdays  of  each  month  at 
3:30  p.  m. 

Team  and  Auto  Truck  Association — 

Frank  Mordecai,  Pres.;  Chas.  Powers, 
Sec  Meets  2d  Thursday  evenings  at  Call 
Bldg. 

Technical  Society  of  the  Pacific  Coast 
— 55  Post.  H.  Kower,  Vice-Pres. ;  Otto 
von  Geldern,  Sec,  room  865  Pacific  Bldg. 

San  Francisco  Retail  Cigar  Dealers' 
Association — 254  Pacific  Bldg. 

The  Brotherhood  of  St.  Andrew — Meets 
alternate  Tuesday  evenings  of  month 
at  Guild  Hall,  1219  Sacramento.  George 
H.  Andruss,  Pres. 

The  California  Society  for  the  Preven- 
tion of  Cruelty  to  Children — Meets  2d 
Wednesday  each  month  at  11:30  a.  m.  at 
room  26,  268  Market.    M.  J.  White,  Sec 

The  Charles  Montgomery  Memorial 
Mission — 110  Stillman. 

The  Family — Southwest  corner  Bush 
and  Powell.    C.  J.  Christenson.  Asst.  Sec. 

The  Gentlemen's  Sodality  of  St.  Igna- 
tius Church — Meets  on  Sundays  of  each 
month  at  2211  Hayes  at  7:20  a,  m.  Rev. 
John  J.  Cunningham,  S.  J.,  Director; 
John  S.  Egan,  Prefect. 

The  Paxilfic  Union  Club — California  and 
Mason.  Frederick  S.  Moody,  Pres.;  C. 
Frederick  Kohl,  Vlce-Pres.;  BVederIck  D. 
Van  Slcklen,  Sec;  Ernest  R.  Folger, 
Treas.;  Thos.  J.  Coleman,  Asst.  Sec.  and 
Manager. 

The  San  Francisco  Port  Society — Its 
work  is  to  aid  the  Mariners'  Church  In  its 
work  for  seamen.  Its  house  of  worship, 
on  the  northeast  corner  of  Sacramento 
and  Drumm,  was  burned,  and  Is  not  yet 
replaced. 

The  Shelter— 436  O'Farrell. 

Theosophical  Society — 988  Hayes. 

To  Kalon  Club,  Calvary  Church — Mrs. 
Sdw.  J.  Wales,  Pres.,  3333  19th;  Mrs.  B. 
F.  Stoll,  Cor.  Sec,  2347  19th  Av. 

Town  and  Country  Club — 218  Stockton. 

Transportation  Club  of  San  Francisco — 
Palace  Hotel. 

Travelers  Aid  Society  of  San  Francis- 
co— -Hearst  Bldg.  and  9  Ferry  Bldg. 

Union  Leagrue  CTlub — O'Farrell  and 
Stockton. 


Union  Printers'  Mutual  Aid  Society — 
Meets  the  2d  Sunday  of  January,  April, 

July  and  October  at  2  p.  m.  at  Labor 
Temple. 

United  Brotherhood  of  Carpenters  and 

Joiners  of  America,  Local  449 — Harry 
N.  Lyttle,  784  Vienna. 

United  Grocers  (IncO — ^W.  LenhofC, 
Sec,  33  Spear. 

United  Lodge  of  Theosophists — 236 
Phelan  Bldg. 

United  Motion  Picture  Industries — N. 
A.  Eisner,  Atty.,  Mills  Bldg. 

United  Radio  Telegraphy  Association 
• — C.  C.  Langevin,  Sec. -Treas,  24  Cali- 
fornia. 

United  States  Protective  Association — 
For  the  prevention  of  cruelty  to  children 
and  animals.  514  Foxcroft  Bldg. 

United  States  Veterans,  Navy — Phelps 
Squadron  No.  12  meets  2d  and  4th  Fri- 
days at  Lincoln  Hall,  Civic  Auditorium. 
Chas.  E.  Crane,  Capt.;  Ewald  Schneider, 
Sec;  P.  H.  Maas,  Paymaster,  Civic  Au- 
ditorium. 

University  Club — 800  Powell. 

University  Fine  Arts  Society — Flood 
Bldg. 

University  of  California  Medical  School 
— Herbert  C.  Moffitt,  M.D.,  Dean.  Par- 
nassus and  2d  Avs. 

Uptown  Association — 1095  Marltet. 

Utile  Dulci  Club— 140  Ellis. 

Utopia  Club — 126  Plymouth  Av. 

Vereln  Elntracht — Meets  at  273,  12th 
every  Wednesday.  Otto  Thlele,  Record- 
ing Sec. 

Veterans  Club  of  Southern  Pacific  Co. — 
65  Market. 

Veteran  Firemen's  Association  of  San 
Francisco— Is  a  social  and  charitable  or- 
ganization. Headquarters,  368  Fell  C'r- 
ganized  November  30,  1898.  Incorporated 
June  10,  1899.  The  membership  is  com- 
posed of  retired  and  active  members  of 
the  San  Francisco  Dept.  Regular  meet- 
ings the  1st  Tuesday  of  each  month. 
Regular  meetings  of  the  Board  of  Di- 
rectors, 3d  Tuesday  of  each  month  at 
368  Fell. 

Veteran  Police  Association  of  San 
Francisco — Meets  every  2d  Sunday  in  the 
month  at  Hall  of  Justice. 

Veteran  Volunteer  Firemen's  Associa- 
tion of  California — Meets  2d  Sunday  of 
each  month  at  Exposition  Auditorium. 
W.  H.  Miller,  Pres.;  J.  Williams,  Reo. 

S6C 

Victor  Club— 2720,  23d 

Visitacion  Valley  Athletic  Club — Ray- 
mond Av.  nr.  San  Bruno  Av. 

Volunteers  of  America — Headquarters 
Pacific  Coast  Regiment,  119,  10th.  Colonel 
and  Mrs.  Walter  Duncan,  Commanding. 

Vorwaerts  Gesangverein — 3541,  18th. 

Warehousemen's  Association — L.  E. 
Bailey,  Sec,  149  New  Montgomery. 

Western  Addition  Masonic  Hall  Asso- 
ciation-— 1739  Fillmore. 

Western  District  Purchasing  Agents' 
Association — 332  Pine. 

Western  Magnetic  Association — 785  Mar- 
ket. 

Western  Magnesite  Association — -785 
Market. 

Wholesale  Fruit  &  Produce  Merchants 
Credit  Assn.  of  San  Francisco — 510  Bat- 
tery. 

Widows  and  Orphans  Aid  Association 
of  the  San  Francisco  Police  Department — 
Embraces  the  whole  police  force  of  San 
Francisco,  with  the  object  of  protecting, 
and  endowing  their  widows  and  orphans 
in  case  of  death.  Meets  at  police  head- 
quarters. Hall  of  Justice,  2d  Friday  of 
each  month  at  3  p.  m.  Geo.  F.  Barry, 
Pres.;  J.  J.  Casey,  v-Pres. ;  David  Mur- 
phy, Traes;  Geo.  F.  Kopman,  Recording 
Sec;  Jas.  W.  Boyle,  Financial  Sec. 

Woman's  Board  of  Missions  for  the 
Pacific    ((jongregational) — Elizabeth  S. 


GARFIELD  &  CO. 


Hearst  Building 


Phone  Sutter  1036 


Contractors'  MACHINERY 
Concrete  MACHINERY 
Hoisting  MACHINERY 
Sttal  Cars,  Saw  Tables,  Etc. 


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Societies 

MISCELLANEOUS  INFORMATION 

Labor  Unions 

Benton,  Sec,  760  Market. 

Woman's  Christian  Temperance  Union 
— 3  City  Hall  Av. 

Woman's  Exchange — 70  Post. 

Woman's  Foreign  Missionary  Society — 
Josephine  Marston,  Sec,  3  City  Hall  Av. 

Woman's  Home  Missionary  Society — 
Mrs.  E.  P.  F.  Dearborn,  Sec,  3  City  Hall 
Av. 

Women's  Athletic  Club — Mrs.  Anna  E. 
Kalde,  Mgr.,  640  Sutter. 

Workingman's  Aid  Society — 735  Har- 
rison. 

Young  Ladies  Institute — Miss  Josephine 
T.  Molloy,  Grand  Sec,  1009  Fell;  office. 
50  Oak. 

Young  Men's  Christian  Association — 
220  Golden  Gate  Av.  Lyman  L.  Pierce, 
Genl.  Sec.;  Henry  J.  McCoy,  Consulting 
Sec;  Richd.  P.  Perkins,  Assoc.  Genl.  Sec. 

Young  Men's  Christian  Association 
(Army  and  Navy  Branch)— 228  Embar- 
cadero. 

cadero,  226  Steuart  Annex,  82  Market. 

Young  Men's  Hebrew  Association — In- 
corporated November  9,  1901.  Location, 
121  Haight.  The  objects  are  to  improve 
the  moral,  mental  and  physical  condition 
of  young  men  and  women;  providing  and 
maintaining  a  library  and  reading-room, 
billiard  room,  social  hall  and  gymnasium 
with  shower  bath  attached.  Educational 
and  musical  instruction.  The  associa- 
tion rooms  are  open  from  9  a.  m.  to  11 
p.  m.,  except  on  Jewish  holidays.  Henry 
Raphael,  Supt. 

Yosemite  Valley  Highway  Association 
— 1  Montgomery. 

Young  Women's  Christian  Association 
—Office  of  General  Sec,  620  Sutter,  and 
Boarding  Department,  1245  O'Farrell. 

Zionist  Bureau  for  Pacific  Coast — Mar- 
vin Lowenthal,  Director,  Phelan  Bldg. 


KABOB. 

Building-  Trades  Directory. 

State  Building  Trades  Council — Head- 
quarters, General  Pres.  and  General  Sec- 
Treas.,  General  Counsel,  810  Merchants 
National  Bank  Bldg. 

Building  Trades  Council  —  Headquar- 
ters, Building  Trades  Temple.  Telephones 
Market  1806-1807.  Meets  every  Thursday 
evening.  Brotherhood  Hall,  B.  T.  Temple, 
Guerrero  and  14th. 

Executive  Board  of  Building  Trades 
Council — Meets  every  Tuesday  evening, 
Unity  Hall,  B.  T.  Temple. 

District  Council  of  Carpenters — Meets 
every  Wednesday  evening.  Harmony  Hall, 
B.  T.  Temple. 

District  Council  of  Painters  —  Meets 
every  Wednesday  evening.  Liberty  Hall, 
B.  T.  Temple. 

District  Council  of  Cement  Workers — 
Meets  2d  and  4th  Sundays,  B.  T.  Temple. 

District  Council  of  Amalgamated  So- 
ciety of  Carpenters  and  Joiners  of  Amer- 
ica— Meets  alternate  Mondays,  B.  T. 
Temple. 

Amalgamated  Sheet  Metal  Workers  No. 
104 — Meets  Fl-iday  evenings  at  its  hall, 
224  Guerrero. 

Building  Material  Teamsters — Meets 
every  Saturday  evening  at  Brotherhood 
Hall.  B.  T.  Temple. 

Brass  and  Chandelier  Workers  No.  151 
— Meets  second  and  fourth  Wednesdays, 
Eureka  Hall,  B.   T.  Temple. 

Bricklayers  Union  No.  7 — Meets  every 
Tuesday  night  at  Friendship  Hall,  B.  T. 
Temple. 

Bridge  and  Structural  Ironworkers  No. 
31 — Meets  every  Monday  evening,  224 
Guerrero. 

Carpenters  Union  No.  22 — Meets  every 
Friday,  Brotherhood  Hall,  B.  T.  Temple. 
Financial  Secretary's  office,  B.  T.  Tem- 
ple. 

Carpenters  No.  95 — Meets  every  Mon- 
day evening,  1524  Powell. 


Carpenters  No.  304 — Meets  every  Mon- 
day evening,  141  Albion  Av. 

Carpenters  Union  No.  483 — Meets  Mon- 
day evenings,  Carpenters  Hall,  112  Va- 
lencia. 

Carpenters  No.  1913 — Vista  Grande. 

Carpenters  Union  No.  1082 — Meets 
Tuesday  evenings,  Carpenters  Hall,  112 
Valencia. 

Carpenters  No.  1689 — Meets  every 
Thursday  evening,  112  Valencia. 

Carpenters  No.  2554 — Meets  alternate 
Fridays,  Friendship  Hall,  B.  T.  Temple, 

Carpenters  No.  2555 — Meets  alternate 
Fridays,  Friendship  Hall,  B.  T.  Temple. 

Carpenters  No.  2556 — Meets  alternate 
Mondays,  Friendship  Hall,  B.  T.  Temple. 

Carpenters  No.  2558 — Meets  alternate 
Mondays,  Friendship  Hall,  B.  T.  Temple. 

Carpet  Upholsterers  No.  1  of  San  Fran- 
cisco— Meets  first  and  third  Tuesdays  in 
Progress  Hall,  B.  T.  Temple. 

Casters  and  Model  Makers  Union  No.  1 
— Meets  second  and  fourth  Tuesdays,  Eu- 
reka Hall,  B.  T.  Temple. 

Cement  Finishers  Union,  Local  No.  580 
— Meets  first  and  third  Wednesdays,  Cali- 
fornia Hall,  B.  T.  Temple. 

Cement  Laborers  Union  No.  310 — Meets 
second  and  fourth  Mondays,  Harmony 
Hall,  B.  T.  Temple. 

Zionist  Bureau  for  Pacific  Coast — Mar- 
vin Lowenthal,  Director,  Phelan  Bldg. 

Ceramic,  Mosaic  and  Encaustic  Tile 
Setters  No.  48 — Meets  first  and  third  Fri- 
days, Eureka  Hall,  B.  T.  Temple. 

Electrical  Workers,  Local  No.  6,  I.  B.  E. 
W. — Meets  every  Wednesday,  Brother- 
hood Hall,  B.  T.  Temple. 

Elevator  Constructors  No.  8 — Meets 
first  and  third  Friday  evenings.  Harmony 
Hall,  B.  T.  Temple. 

Elevator  Conductors  and  Starters  No. 
13105 — Meets  second  and  fourth  Thurs- 
days, Russ  Bldg.,  235  Montgomery. 

Felt  and  Composition  Roofers  No.  25 — 
Meets  first  and  third  Monday  evenings  at 
Liberty  Hall,  B.  T.  Temple. 

Furniture  Handlers  No.  1 — Meets  sec- 
ond and  fourth  PYidays,  Progress  Hall, 
B.  T.  Temple. 

Gas  and  Electric  Fixture  Hangers — 
Meets  second  and  fourth  Mondays,  Eu- 
reka Hall,  B.  T.  Temple. 

Granite  Cutters — Meets  second  and 
fourth  Tuesdays,  Progress  Hall,  B.  T. 
Temple. 

Heat,  Frost,  General  Insulators  and 
Asbestos  Workers  No.  16 — Meets  first  and 
third  Mondays,  Veterans  Hall,  Duboce 
Av.  near  Fillmore. 

Hoisting  Engineers  No.  59 — Meets  Mon- 
days, Progress  Hall,  B.  T.  Temple. 

House  Movers  Union — Meets  first  and 
third  Thursdays,  Eureka  Hall,  B.  T.  Tem- 
ple. 

Housesmiths  No.  78 — Meets  Wednes- 
days, Prosperity  Hall,  B.  T.  Temple. 

International  Hod  Carriers,  Building 
and  Common  Laborers  Union  No.  36 — 
Meets  first  and  third  Mondays,  Harmony 
Hall,  B.  T.  Temple. 

International  Brotherhood  Steam  Shovel 
and  Dredge  Men,  District  No.  4 — Meets 
third  Wednesdays,  215  Hewes  Bldg. 

Journeymen  Stone  Cutters — Meets  In 
B.  T.  Temple. 

Mantel,  Grate  and  Tile  Setters  Helpers 
— Meets  first  and  third  Thursdays,  Tiv 
Hall,  Albion  Av. 

Marble  Cutters  and  Finishers  Auxiliary 
Local  44 — Meets  first  and  third  Mondays, 
Eureka  Hall,  B.  T.  Temple. 

Marble  Finishers  Union — Meets  first 
and  third  Wednesdays,  Eureka  Hall,  B. 
T.  Temple. 

Marble  Masons  Union — Meets  first  and 
third  Wednesdays,  Progress  Hall,  B.  T. 
Temple. 


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Labor  Unions 


Millmen's  Union  No.  42 — Meets  every 
Tuesday  evening-,  Brotherhood  Hall,  B. 
T.  Temple. 

Millwrights  Union  No.  766 — Meets  first 
and  third  Fridays,  Progress  Hall,  B.  T. 
Temple. 

Modelers  and  Sculptors — Meets  first 
and  third  Tuesdays,  Eureka  Hall,  B.  T. 
Temple. 

Mosaic  and  Terrazzo  Workers — Meets 
in  Building  Trades  Temple. 

Painters,  Paperhangers  and  Decorators 
of  America,  Local  No.  19 — Meets  every 
Thursday,  Friendship  Hall,  B.  T.  Temple. 

Painters,  Paperhangers  and  Decorators 
of  America,  Local  No.  72 — Meets  Friday, 
112  Valencia. 

Painters,  Paperhangers  and  Decorators 
of  America,  Local  No.  658 — Meets  at  1524 
Powell. 

Plasterers  Union  No.  66 — Meets  every 
Monday,  Prosperity  Hall,  B.  T.  Temple. 

Plasterers  Apprentices — Meets  Thurs- 
day, B.  T.  Temple. 

Plumbers  and  Gas  Fitters  No.  422 — • 
Meets  every  Friday  night.  Prosperity 
Hall,  B.  T.  Temple. 

Sign,  Scenic  and  Pictorial  Painters  No. 
510 — ^Meets  every  Friday  evening,  Liberty 
Hall,  B.  T.  Temple. 

Slate  and  Tile  Roofers  No.  8 — Meets 
second  and  fourth  Tuesdays  of  each 
month  at  Examiner  Hall,  B.  T.  Temple. 

Sprinkler  Fitters  Local  No.  663 — Meets 
second  and  fourth  Mondays,  Liberty  Hall, 
B.  T.  Temple. 

Stairbuilders  Union  No.  616 — Meets 
Friday  evening.  Carpenters  Hall,  112  Va- 
lencia. 

Steam  EJngineers  No.  64 — Meets  Tues- 
days, Friendship  Hall,  B.  T.  Temple, 

Steam  Fitters  No.  509 — Meets  Tuesday 
evening.  Liberty  Hall,  B.  T.  Temple. 

United  Laborers  No.  1 — Meets  every 
Tuesday  evening  in  California  Hall,  B.  T. 
Temple. 

United  Glass  "Workers — Meets  every 
Friday  evening,  California  Hall,  B.  T. 
Temple. 

Upholsterers  and  Trimmers  Union — 
Meets  in  Progress  Hall,  B.  T.  Temple, 
second  and  fourth  Wednesday  evenings. 

Upholsterers  and  Trimmers  Union  No. 
28 — Meets  every  Monday  evening,  San 
Francisco  Labor  Council,  16th  and  Capp. 

Varnishers  and  Polishers  Union  No.  134 
■ — Meets  every  Tuesday  evening.  Har- 
mony Hall,  B.  T.  Temple. 

San  Francisco  Wood  Carvers  Union — 
Meets  second  and  fourth  Fridays,  Eureka 
Hall,  B.  T.  Temple. 

Wood,  Wire  and  Metal  Lathers  No.  65 
— Meets  every  Wednesday  evening,  224 
Guerrero. 


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Labor  Council  meets  every  Friday  at  8 
p.  m.  at  Labor  Temple,  Sixteenth  and 
Capp  streets.  Secretary's  ofHce  and  head- 
quarters, San  Francisco  Labor  Temple, 
Sixteenth  and  Capp  Streets.  Executive 
and  Arbitration  Committee  meets  at  head- 
quarters every  Monday  at  7:30  p.  m.  Or- 
ganizing Committee  meets  at  headquar- 
ters on  second  Thursdays  at  7:30  p.  m. 
Label  Committee  meets  at  headquarters 
first  and  third  Wednesdays.  Law  and 
Legislation  Committee  meets  at  call  of 
chairman.  Label  Section  meets  first  and 
third  Wednesdays  at  8  p.  m.  Headquar> 
ters  phone — Market  56. 


Alaska  Fishermen — Meet  Fridays,  49 
Clay. 

Asphalt  Workers — Meet  2d  Monday, 
Labor  Temple,  16th  and  Capp. 

Auto  Buss  Operators'  Union  No.  399 — 
Meets  every  Thursday,  9  p.  m.,  10  Em- 


barcadero.    R.  H.  Buck,  Business  Agent. 

Automobile  and  Carriage  Painters  No. 
1073 — Meet  Thursday  evenings,  Building 
Trades  Temple. 

Baggage  Messengers — Meet  2d  Mon- 
days, 14i6  Steuart. 

Bakers  (Cracker)  No.  125 — ^Meet  2d 
and  4th  Thursdays,  Labor  Temple,  16th 
and  Capp. 

Bakers'  Auxiliary  (Craker)  Meets  1st 
and  3d  Tuesdays,  1524  Powell. 

Bakers  No.  24 — Meet  1st  and  3d  Sat- 
urdays, Labor  Temple,   16th  and  Capp. 

Bakery  Wagon  Drivers — Meet  2d  and 
4th  Saturdays,  Labor  Temple,  16th  and 
Capp. 

Barbers — ^Meet  1st  and  3d  Mondays, 
112  Valencia. 

Bartenders  No.  41 — Meet  1st  Mondays 
at  2:30;  3d  Mondays  in  evening  at  8, 
1095  Market. 

Bay  and  River  Steamboatmen — Meet 
Sundays,  headquarters,  10  East.  Henry 
Huntsman,  Sec. 

Bill  Posters — Meet  2d  and  4th  Mon- 
days, 15th  and  Mission. 

Blacksmiths  and  Helpers  No.  168 — 
Meet  1st  and  2d  Tuesdays,  Labor  Temple, 
16th  and  Capp. 

Boiler  Makers  No.  6 — Meet  2d  and  4th 
Thursdays,  Labor  Temple,  16th  and  Capp. 

Bookbinders  No,  31— Meet  last  Fri- 
days, Labor  Temple.  James  Kelly,  Busi- 
ness Agent,  Underwood  Bldg.,  525  Mar- 
ket. 

Boot  and  Shoe  Workers  No.  216 — Meet 
2d  and  4th  Wednesdays,  Shoe  Workers' 
Hall,  24th  and  Howard. 

Bottlers  No.  293 — Meet  1st  and  3d 
Tuesdays  at  headquarters,  177  Capp. 

Bottle  Caners — Meet  1st  Fridays,  La- 
bor Temple,  leth  and  Capp. 

Box  makers  and  Sawyers — Meet  1st 
and  -3d  Tuesdays,  177  Capp. 

Brewery  Workmen  No.  7 — Meet  2d 
and  4th  Thursdays  at  headquarters,  177 
Capp. 

Bricklayers  No.  7 — Meet  Tuesdays, 
Building  Trades  Council. 

Broom  Makers — Meet  3d  Tuesday. 

Butchers  No.  115 — Meet  Wednesdays, 
Labor  Temple,  16th  and  Capp. 

Butchers  No.  608  (Slaughterhousemen) 
— (Meet  every  Tuesday,  Laurel  Hall,  7th 
and  Railroad  Av. 

Carpenters  No.  22 — Meet  Fridays, 
Building  Trades  Temple. 

Cairpenters  No.  304 — Meet  Mondays, 
Carpenters'  Hall,  112  Valencia. 

Carpenters  No.  483 — Meet  Mondays, 
112  Valencia. 

Carpenters  No.  1082 — Meet  Tuesdays, 
112  Valencia. 

Carpenters  No.  1640 — Meet  Thursdays, 
Building  Trades  Temple. 

Casting  Cleaners — Meet  1st  and  3d 
Fridays,  Labor  Temple. 

Cemetery  Employes — Meet  1st  and  3d 
Saturdays,  Labor  Temple,  16th  and  Capp. 

Cement  Workers  No.  1 — Meet  Wednes- 
days, Building  Trades  Temple. 

Chauffeurs  No.  265,  I.  B.  of  T. — Meet 
1st  and  3d  Thursdays  in  evening,  2d 
and  4th  Thursdays  in  afternoon,  at  215 
Willow  Av.  S.  T.  Dixon,  Business  Agent. 

Cigar  Makers — (Meet  1st  and  3d  Thurs- 
days, Labor  Temple,  16th  and  Capp. 

Cloth  Hat  and  Cap  Makers  No.  9 — Meet 
1st  and  3d  Tuesdays,  1245  Market. 

Commercial  Telegraphers  . — •  Labor 
Temple. 

Composition  Roofers  No.  25 — Meet  1st 
and  3d  Mondays,  Building  Trades  Temple. 

Cooks'  Helpers — Meet  2d  and  4  th 
Wednesdays  at  headquarters,  149  Fifth. 

Cooks  No.  44 — Meet  2d  and  4th  Thurs- 
day night;  headquarters,  828  Mission. 

Coopers  No.  66 — Meet  2d  and  4th  Tues- 
days, Labor  Temple,  16th  and  Capp. 

Draftsmen  No.  11 — Meet  1st  and  3d 
Wednesdays,  Labor  Temple. 


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MISCELLANEOUS  INFORMATION 

Labor  Unions 

Dredgemen — 10  Bmibarcadero. 

■Drivers  No.  227 — Meet  2d  Tuesdays 
and  4th  Thursdays,  headquarters. 

Egg  Inspectors — Meet  2d  and  4th 
Wednesdays,  I>abor  Temple. 

Electrical  Workers  No.  6 — Meet 
Wednesdays,   BuilAing:   Trades  Temple. 

Electrical  Workers  No.  92 — Meet 
Wednesdays,  112  Valencia. 

Electrical  Workers  No.  151 — Thurs- 
days, 112  X9-lencia. 

Electrical  Workers  No.  537 — Wednes- 
days, 146  Steuart. 

Elevator  Operators  and  Starters  No. 
495 — Meet  3d  Monday,  Eureka  Hall, 
Building  Trades  Temple. 

Federal  Employes'  Union  No.  1 — Meet 
1st  Tuesdays,  Pacific  Bldg.;  headquar- 
ters, 746  Pacific  Bldg. 

Foundry  Employes — Meet  Fridays,  59 
Clay. 

Furniture  Handlers  N.  1 — Meet  2d  and 
4th  Fridays,  Building  Trades  Temple. 

(Garment  Cutters — Meet  2d  and  4th 
Thursdays,  Labor  Temple,  16th  and 
Capp. 

Garment  Workers  No.  1'31 — Meet  1st 
and  3d  Thursdays,  Labor  Temple,  16th 
and  Capp. 

Gas  Appliances  and  Stove  Fitters — 
Meet  2d  and  4th  Fridays,  Labor  Temple, 
Sixteenth  and  Capp.  J.  Hammerschlagg, 
Sec. 

Gas  and  Electric  Fixture  Hangers  No. 
404 — Meet  2d  and  4th  Mondays,  Building 
Trades  Temple. 

Gas  Workers — Meet  2d  and  4th  Tues- 
days, Labor  Temple,  16th  and  Capp. 

Glass  Bottle  CBlowers — Meet  2d  and 
4th  Saturdays,  Labor  Temple,  16th  ana 
Capp. 

Glove  Workers — Meet  Sd  Friday,  lia- 
bor  Temple,  16th  and  Capp. 

Glass  Packers,  Branch  No.  45 — Meet 
1st  and  3d  Saturdays,  Labor  Temple. 

Granite  Cutters — Meet  2d  and  4th 
Tuesdays,  Building  Trades  Temple. 

Grocery  Clerks — Meet  1st  Thursdays; 
headquarters.  Labor  Temple,  16th  and 
Capp;  hours  10  to  11  a.  m. 

Hatters'  Union — J.  Grace,  Sec,  1114 
Mission. 

Horseshoers — Meet  1st  and  3d  Thurs- 
days, Labor  Temple,  IBth  and  Capp. 

Hospital  Stewards  and  Nurses — Meet 
at  headquarters,  44  Page,  1st  and  3d 
Mondays  at  7:30  p.  m. 

Ice  Wagon  Drivers — Meet  2d  and  4th 
Mondays,  Labor  Temple,  16th  and  Capp. 

Iron,  Steel  and  Tin  Workers  No.  5 — 
Meet  1st  and  2d  Saturdays,  Metropolitan 
Hall,  South  San  FVancisco. 

Janitors — Meet  1st  Thursdays,  8  p.  m.. 
Labor  Temple,  16th  and  Capp. 

Jewelry  Workers  No.  36 — Meet  2d  and 
4th  Mondays. 

Ladies'  Garment  Workers  No.  8 — 
Meet  Mondays,  Hamilton  Hall,  1545 
Stelner. 

Laundry  Wagon  Drivers — Meet  2d  and 
4th  Wednesdays,  Labor  Temple,  16th  and 
Capp. 

Letter  Carriers — Meet  1st  Saturday, 
Los  Angeles  Hall,  Native  Sons  Bldg. 

Machinists'  Auxiliary,  Golden  West 
Lodge  No.  1— Meets  1st  and  3d  Tuesdays, 
Labor  Temple,  16th  and  Capp. 

Machinists  No.  68 — Meet  Wednesdays; 
headquarters.  Labor  Temple,  16th  and 
Capp. 

Mailers — Meet  4th  Monday,  Labor 
Temple,  16th  and  Capp. 

Marine  Gasoline  Engineers  No.  471 — 
Meet  1st  and  -Sd  Thursdays. 

Metal  Polishers — Meet  1st  and  3d 
Mondays,  Labor  Temple,  l«th  and  Capp. 

Milk  Wagon  Drivers— Meet  Wednes- 
days, Labor  Temple,  16th  and  Capp. 

Molders"  Auxiliary — Meets  1st  and  3d 
Fridays.  Labor  Temple,  16th  and  Capp. 


Molders  No.  164 — -Meet  Tuesdays,  La- 
bor Temple,  16th  and  Capp;  headquar- 
ters. Labor  Temple,  16th  and  Capp. 

Moving  Picture  Operators,  Local  No. 
162 — ^Meet  2d  and  4th  Thursdays,  10 
a.  m.,  at  headquarters.  Musicians'  Hall, 
6'8  Halght. 

Musicians — Headquarters,    68  Halght. 

Office  Employees — Meet  2d  and  4th 
Wednesdays,  Labor  Temple,  ISthj  and 
Capp. 

Painters  No.  19 — Meet  Mondays, 
Building  Trades  Temple. 

Pastemakers  No.  10,567 — Meet  last 
Saturday  at  442  Broadway. 

Pattern  Makers — Meet  2d  and  4th 
Friday  nights  at  headquarters,  Labor 
Temple,  16th  and  Capp. 

Pavers  No.  18 — Meet  1st  Monday,  La- 
bor Temple,  16th  and  Capp. 

Photo  Engravers  No.  8 — Meet  1st  Sun- 
days at  1'2  m.,  in  Labor  Temple,  16th  and 
Capp. 

Pile  Drivers,  Bridge  Structural  Iron 
Workers — Meet  Thursdays;  headquar- 
ters. 457  Bryant. 

Plasterers  No.  442 — Meet  Fridays, 
Building  Trades  Temple. 

Postoffice  Clerks — Meet  4  th  Thursdays, 
Knights  of  Columbus  Hall. 

Press  Feeders  and  Assistants — Meet  2d 
Thursday,  Labor  Temple;  headquarters, 
628  Montgomery,  room  229. 

Printing  Pressmen  No.  24 — Meet  2d 
Mondays,  Labor  Temple,  16th  and  Capp. 

Rammermen — Meet  2d  Monday,  Labor 
Temple,  16th  and  Capp. 

Retail  Clerks  No.  432 — Meet  2d  and 
4th  Thursdays,  8  p.  m..  Retail  Clerks' 
Club,  32  Turk. 

Retail  Delivery  Drivers — Meet  at 
headquarters,  2d  and  4th  Thursdays, 
Labor  Terhple,  leth  and  Capp. 

Retail  Shoe  Clerks  No.  410— Meet 
Tuesdays  8  p.  m.,  Retail  Clerks'  Club,  32 
Turk. 

Riggers  and  Stevedores — -Meet  Mon- 
days, 74  Folsom. 

Sailors'  Union  of  the  Pacific — Meet 
Mondays,  Maritime  Hall  Bldg.,  59  Clay. 

Sail  Makers — Meet  at  Labor  Temple, 
li6th  and  Capp. 

Sheet  Metal  Workers  No.  95 — -Meet  2d 
Thursdays,  224  Guerrero. 

Sheet  Metal  Workers  No.  104 — Meet 
Fridays,  224  Guerrero. 

iShip  Clerks — Meet  1st  and  3d  Fridays, 
Labor  Temple. 

Shipfltters  No.  9— Room  103  Anglo 
Bldg.  Meet  2d  and  4th  Wednesdays. 

Shipyard  Laborers — Meet  Firdays, 
Labor  Temple. 

Sign  and  Pictorial  Painters  No.  510 — 
Meet  Fridays,  Building  Trades  Temple. 

iStable  and  Garage  Employees — Meet 
2d  and  4th  Thursdays,  Labor  Temple, 
16  th  and  Capp. 

Stage  PJmployees — 68  Haight. 

Stationary  iPiremen — Meet  Tuesdays, 
Labor  Temple,  16th  and  Capp. 

Steam  Engineers  No.  64 — Meet  Tues- 
days, Building  Trades  Temple. 

Steam  Fitters  and  Helpers  No.  590 — 
Meet  1st  and  3d  Wednesdays,  Labor 
Temple,  16th  and  Capp. 

Steam  Laundry  Workers — Meet  1st 
and  3d  Mondays,  Labor  Temple,  16th 
and  Capp;  headquarters.  Labor  Temple. 

Steam  Shovelmen  and  Dredgemen  No. 
29 — Meet  1st  Saturday,  274  Monadnock 
Bldg. 

Stereotypers  and  Electrotypers — -Meet 
2d  Sunday,  Labor  Temple.  16th  and  Capp. 

Street  Railway  Employes,  Div.  518 — 
Meet  2d  and  4th  Thursdays,  Labor 
Temple. 

Sugar  Workers — Meet  2d  and  4th 
Tuesdays,  Labor  Temple,  16th  and  Capp. 

Tailors  No.  80 — Meet  2d  and  4th  Mon- 
days, 240  Golden  Gate  Av. 


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Public  Schools 


Teamsters  No.  85 — Meett^  Thursdays, 
headquarters,  536  Bryant. 

Telephone  Operators  No.  54A-^112  Va- 
lencia, 

Theatrical  Employees — Meet  1st  and 
3d  Tuesdays,  11  a.  m.,  68  Haight. 

Tobacco  Workers — Meet  i3fl  Fridays, 
Building  Trades  Temple.  Miss  M.  Ker- 
rigan, Sec,  290  Fremont. 

Trackmen  No.  687 — Meet  2d  Tuesdays, 
Labor  Temple. 

Typographical  No.  21 — Meet  3d  Sun- 
day, Labor  Temple,  16th  and  Capp; 
headquarters,  room  701  Underwood 
Bldg.,  1525  Market. 

Undertakers — Meet  on  call,  3567,  17th. 

United  Glass  Workers — Meet  Wednes- 
days, Building  Trades  Temple. 

United  Laborers  of  S.  F. — Meet  Tues- 
days, Building  Trades  Temple. 

United  Leather  Workers  No.  S'7  (Sad- 
dlery Workers) — ^Meet  1st  and  ,3d  Thurs- 
days, Labor  Temple. 

United  Leather  Workers  No.  72  (Tan- 
ners)— Meet  Wednesdays,  Maenner- 
bund  Hall,  24th  and  rotrero. 

United  Trunk,  Bag  and  Suitcase  Work- 
ers— Tivoli  Hall.  Albion  Av. 

Upholsterers — Meet  Tuesdaysv  Labor 
Temple,  16th  and  Capp. 

Waiters  No.  30 — Meet  1st  Wednesday, 
8:30  p.  m.;  other  Wednesdays  2:30  p.  m., 
at  headquarters,  828  Mission. 

Waitresses  No.  48 — Meet  Wednesdays, 
1095  Market. 

Warehouse  and  Cereal  Workers — Meet 
Tuesdays,  457  Bryant. 

Watchmen  No.  IS, 689— Meet  1st  and 
3d  'Fridays,  3  p.  m.,  Labor  Temple.  O.  S. 
Curry,  Sec,  1437  Polk. 

Water  Workers- — Labor  Temple. 

Web  Pressmen — ^Meet  4tli  Monday,  La- 
bor Temple,  16th  and  Capp. 

Anti-Japanese  League — 313-14  Anglo 
Bldg.,  16th  and  Mission. 


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Order  Railway  Conductors — F.  H. 
Nemitz,  Chairman,  room  108  Argonaut 
Hotel. 

Brotherhood  of  Railroad  Trainmen — 
F.  L.  McDowell,  Chairman,  Holland  Hotel. 

Brotherhood  of  Locomotive  Engineers 
— L.  L.  Sanford,  Chairman,  317-318-320 
Pacific  Bldg. 

Brotherhood  of  Locomotive  Firemen 
and  Enginemen — 317-318-320  Pacific  Bldg. 
O.  W.  Karn,  Chairman. 

Order  Railroad  Telegraphers — 303-305 
Pacific  Bldg.,  T.  T.  Cull,  Chairman. 


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National  Guard,  of  California. 

W.  D.  Stephens,  Governor,  and  Com- 
mander-in-chief. 


ZTAVAi;  MTLITIA  OF  CAXIFOBNIA. 

San  Francisco  Headquarters,  14th  and 
Mission. 

Capt.  George  W.  Bauer,  Commanding, 
660  Sacramento,  San  Francisco. 


Veterans'  ITatlonal  Guard  of  California. 

Organized  May  16,  1888.  Objects:  To 
promote  social  reunion  and  good  fellow- 
ship; to  assist  Its  members  in  all  just 
claims,  for  the  rights  and  benefits  con- 
ferred upon  them  by  the  laws  of  the 
State  of  California,  and  to  advance  the 
interests  of  the  National  Gaurd.  Three 
years'  service  and  honorable  discharge 
in  the  National  Guard  of  the  State  is  a 
prerequisite  of  memt)ership.  Meets  on 
the  3d  Wednesday  in  February,  May, 
August  and  November  at  1160  Eddy. 


Independent  Companies. 

These  military  organizations  are  inde- 
pendent of  the  National  Guard  of  Cali- 
fornia, and  for  the  most  part  are  attached 
to  some  benevolent  association. 


California   Grays — Masonic  Temple. 

National  Defense  League — Col.  W.  C. 
Alberger,  .Sec,  629  Call  Bldg. 

Nationals,  The — Organized  1855.  Meets 
at  1160  Eddy  every  Monday  evening.  J. 
C.  Nagel,  E.  C.  Barrasco,  Fin.  Sec. 


B07  SCOUTS  OF  AMBBICA,  704  Market 
— Raymond  O.  Hanson,  Executive. 


Keagpae  of  tbe  dross  Cadets. 

First  Regiment — Established  January 
7th,  1894.  Regimental  Headquarters, 
Callaghan  Bldg.,  San  Francisco.  Frank 
J.  Grimley,  Colonel  Commanding;  H.  J. 
Spring,  Capt. 

Loyal  Legion,  California  Commandery 
—Call  Bldg. 


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Adams  Cosmopolitan  Grammar  School 
— Eddy  near  Van  Ness  Av. 

Agassiz  School — Bartlett  and  2 2d. 

Andrew  Jackson  School — Hayes  bet. 
Cole  and  Clayton. 

Bay  View  Grammar  School — Bay  View 
and  Flora. 

Bemal  Grammar  School — Cortland  Av. 
near  Andover. 

Bryant  Cosmopolitan  Primary  School — 
Bryant,  bet.  2  2d  and  23d. 

Buena  Vista  School — Bryant,  near  18th. 

Burnett  School — Lane  and  Newcomb. 

Cleveland  Primary  School — .Persia  Av. 
bet.  Athens  and  Moscow. 

Columbia  Cosmopolitan  School — ^Plorida 
near  25  th. 

Columbus  School — 12th  Av.  bet.  Klrk- 
ham  and  Lawton. 

Commercial  High  School — Grove  bet. 
Polk  and  Larkln. 

Cooper  Sarah  B.  School — Jones  bet. 
Greenwich  and  Lombard. 

Cooper  Sarah  B.  School  Annex — ^^1041 
Greenwich. 

Crocker  School — Page,  near  Broderlck. 

Daniel  Webster  School — Connecticut 
and  19th. 

Denman  School — Hayes  and  Pierce. 

Detention  Home  School — ^150  Otis. 

Douglass  Primary  'School — 19th  and 
Collingwood. 

Dudley  Stone  Primary  School — Haight 
near  Masonic  Av. 

Edison  School — ^Church  and  Hill. 

Emerson  School — Pine  near  Divisadero. 

Ethan  Allen  School — Bryant  and  6tli. 

Everett  Grammar  School — Sanchez  nr. 
16  th. 

Fairmount  Grammar  School — Chenery 
near  Randall. 

Farragut  School — ^Holloway  Av.  and 
Faxon. 

Francis  Scott  Key  School — 42d  Av.  and 
Irving. 

Frank  McCoppin  Primary  School — 7th 
Av.  near  Balboa. 

Franklin  School — 8th  near  Harrison. 

Fremont  School — McAllister  near 
Baker. 

Garfield  School — Filbert  and  Kearny. 
George  Peabody  School — 7th  Av.  and 
Clement. 

Girls'  High  School — O'Farrell  and 
Scott. 

Glen  Park  School — Brompton  and  Bos- 
worth. 

Golden  Gate  School — Golden  Gate  Av. 
near  Scott. 

Grant  School — {Pacific  Av.  near  Brod- 
erlck. 

Grattan  School — Grattan  and  Shrader. 

Haight  School — Mission  near  25th. 

Hamilton  School — Geary  near  Scott. 

Hancock  School — Filbert  near  Jones. 

Harrison  School — Railroad  and  James- 
town Avs. 

Hawthorne  School — Shotwell  near  2  2d. 

Hearst  School — Hermann  and  Fillmore. 

Henry  Durant  School — Turk  near  Web-, 
ster. 


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Public  Schools 


MISCELLANEOUS  INFORMATION 


Secret  Societies 


Horace  Mann  Evening  School — ^Valen- 
cia near  22d. 

Horace  Mann  School — ^Valencia  near 
22d. 

Humboldt  Evening  School — 18th  and 
Dolores. 

Hunter's  Point  School — Innes  near 
Hawes. 

Irving  M.  Scott  School — Tennessee  nr. 
22d. 

James  Lick  Grammar  School — Noe  and 
25th. 

Jean  Parker  Grammar  School — Broad- 
way near  Powell. 

Jefferson  School — 19th  Av.  and  Irving. 

John  Swett  Grammar  School — McAllis- 
ter near  Gough. 

Junlpero  Serra  School — Highland  Av. 
and  Holly  Park  Circle. 

Kate  Kennedy  School — Noe  and  30th. 

Lafayette  School — 37th  Av.  and  Geary. 

Laguna  Honda  Primary  School — 7th 
Av.  near  Judah. 

Le  Conte  School — Norwich  and  Har- 
rison. 

Lincoln  Evening  School — At  Hearst 
School,  Hermann  and  Fillmore. 

Lincoln  School — Harrison  near  4th. 

Longfellow  School — Lowell  and  Morse. 

Lowell  High  School — ^Hayes  near  Ma- 
sonic Av. 

Madison  School — Clay  near  Walnut. 

Marshall  School — Mission  near  15th, 
rear  Julian  Av. 

McKinley  School — 14th  and  Castro. 

Mission  Grammar  School — Mission  near 
15th. 

Mission  High  School — 18th  and  Do- 
lores. 

Monroe  School — Excelsior  Av.  and  Lon- 
don. 

Moulder  School — Page  and  Gough. 

Noe  Valley  School — 24th  and  Douglass. 

Oral  School  for  Deaf — In  Golden  Gate 
School  Bidg. 

Oriental  Public  School — Clay  near  Pow- 
ell. 

Pacific  Heights  Grammar  School — 
Jackson  near  Webster. 

Parkside  School — Vermont  and  18th. 

Paul  Revere  School — Folsom  and  Tomp- 
kins Av. 

Polytechnic  High  School — ^Arguello 
Blvd.  and  Frederick. 

Portola  School — Bacon  near  Berlin. 

Redding  School — Pine  near  Larkln. 

Richmond  Evening  School — ^Arguello 
Blvd.  near  Geary. 

Rincon  School — Stillman  and  3d. 

Rochambeau  School — 25th  Av.  near 
Lake. 

Roosevelt  School — Arguello  Blvd.  near 
Geary. 

Sheridan  School — Capitol  Av.  and  Lo- 
bos. 

Sherman  Evening  School — ^Union  near 
Franklin. 

Spring  Valley  School — Jackson  and 
Hyde. 

Starr  King  School — Utah  near  25th. 

Sunnyslde  School — Hearst  Av.  bet. 
Forester  and  Edna. 

Sutro  School — 13th  Av.  near  Clement. 

Vlsltacion  Valley  School — Schwerln  and 
Vlsitaclon  Av. 

Washington  Evening  School — Washing- 
ton and  Mason. 

Washington  Irving  School — Broadway 
and  Sansome. 

Washington  School — Washington  and 
Mason. 

Wlnfleld  Scott  School — Lombard  near 
Baker. 

Terba  Buena  School — Greenwich  near 
Webster. 


SECHET  SOCXETXES. 
American  Region. 

San  Franci.sco  Po.st  No.  1 — L.  F.  Bern- 
hard,  Sec.  122  Flood  Bldg. 


Masonic. 

Grand  Chapter  of  Royal  Arch  Masons  of 
California — Meets  on  the  3d  Tuesday  of 
April  of  each  year.  Thomas  Abraham 
Davles,  Grand  Sec,  Masonic  Temple,  Van 
Ness  Av.  and  Market. 

Grand  Council  of  Royal  and  Select  Mas- 
ters of  California — Meets  on  Monday  pre- 
ceding 3d  Tuesday  of  April  each  year  at 
10  a.  m.  Thos.  A.  Davles,  Grand  Re- 
corder, Masonic  Temple,  Van  Ness  Av. 
and  Market. 

Grand  Commandery  of  Knights  Temp- 
lar of  California — Meets  on  1st  Thursday 
after  the  3d  Tuesday  of  April  each  year. 
Thos.  A.  Davies,  Grand  Recorder.  Rooms, 
Masonic  Temple,  Van  Ness  Av.  and  Mar- 
ket. 

Grand  Lodge  of  Free  and  Accepted  Ma- 
sons of  California — Meets  2d  Tuesday  in 
October,  John  Whicher,  Grand  Sec.,  of- 
fice, Masonic  Temple,  Van  Ness  Av.  and 
Market. 

San  Francisco  Chapter,  No.  1,  Knights 
Rose  Croix — Meets  at  call  of  the  Master 
at  8  p.  m.,  at  Scottish  Rite  Temple,  Van 
Ness  Av.  and  Sutter. 

San  Fi-ancisco  Council,  No.  1,  Knights 
Kadosh — Meets  at  call  of  the  Master  at 
Scottish  Rite  Temple.  Van  Ness  Av.  and 
Sutter. 

San  Francisco  Lodge  of  Perfection,  No. 
1 — Mee's  every  Friday  evening  at  8  p.  m., 
at  Scottish  Rite  Temple,  Van  Ness  Av. 
and  Sutter. 

Scottish  Rite  of  Free  Masonry,  San 
Francisco  Consistory,  No.  1 — Meets  ev- 
ery Friday  evening  at  8  p.  m.,  Scottish 
Rite  Temple,  Van  Ness  Av.  and  Sutter. 

California  Bodies  A.  and  A.  Scottish 
Rite  of  Free  Masonry,  Southern  Jurisdic- 
tion of  the  United  States;  California 
Lodge  of  Perfection,  No.  10;  California 
Chapter,  No.  7,  Knights  Rose  Croix;  Cali- 
fornia Council,  No.  7.  Knights  Kadosh; 
California  Consistory,  No.  5 — All  meet 
at  Albert  Pike  Memorial  Temple,  1859 
Geary. 

Islam  Temple  Ancient  Arabic  Order 
Nobles  of  Mystic  Shrine — Stated  meet- 
ings 2d  Thursday  of  each  montli  at  650 
Geary. 

Xnig'bts  Templar. 

California  Commandery,  No.  1 — Stated 
assembly  every  FViday  evening  at  Ma- 
sonic Temple. 

Golden  Gate  Commandery  No.  16 — 
Stated  assembly  1st  and  3d  Mondays  of 
each  month  at  Golden  Gate  Hall,  2135 
Sutter. 

San  Francisco  Commandery  No.  41 — 
State  assembly  every  Tuesday  evennig 
in  Masonic  Temple. 


Soyal  Arcb  Uasons. 

San  Francisco  Chapter  No.  1 — .Stated 
meeting  1st  and  3d  Wednesdays  of  each 
month  at  Masonic  Temple. 

California  Chapter  No.  5 — Stated  meet- 
ings 1st  and  3d  Tuesdays  of  each  month 
at  Masonic  Temple. 

Mission  Chapter  No.  79 — Stated  assem- 
bly 1st  and  3d  Thursdays  of  each  month 
in  Mission  Masonic  Temple. 

King  Solomon  Chapter  No.  95 — Stated 
meetings  1st  and  3d  Fridays  at  1739  Fill- 
more. 


Boyal  and  Select  BCasters. 

California  Council  No.  2 — Meets  1st 
Saturday  of  each  month  at  Masonic  Tem- 
ple. 

Past  Masters  Association  of  California, 
F.  &  A.  M. — Meets  Masonic  Temple,  Van 
Ness  and  Market,  1st  Saturday  in  June 
and  1st  Saturday  after  the  1st  Monday 
in  December.  President,  Wm.  A.  Sher- 
man; Secretary,  O.  L.  Sues,  1257,  4th  Av. 


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ings in  this  City  as  follows: 


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California  No.  1 — Meets  1st  Thursday 
evening  of  each  month  at  Masonic  Tem- 
ple. 

La  Parfalte  Union  No.  17 — Meets  1st 
FYiday  evening  of  each  month  in  Ma- 
sonic Temple. 

Occidental  No.  22 — Meets  1st  Monday 
evening  of  each  month  in  Masonic  Tem- 
ple. 

Golden  Gate  No.  30 — Meets  1st  Tuesday 
evening  of  each  month  in  Masonic  Tem- 
ple. 

Mount  Moriah  No.  44 — Meets  1st  Wed- 
nesday evening  of  each  month  In  Ma- 
sonic Temple. 

Fidelity  No.  120 — Meets  1st  Thursday 
evening  of  each  month  in  Masonic  Tem- 
ple. 

Hermann  No.  127 — Meets  1st  Monday 
evening  of  each  month  in  Masonic  Tem- 
ple. 

Pacific  No.  136 — Meets  1st  Tuesday  eve- 
ning of  each  month  in  Masonic  Temple. 

Crockett  No.  139 — Meets  1st  Wednes- 
day evening  of  each  month  in  Masonic 
Temple. 

Oriental  No.  144 — Meets  1st  Tuesday 
evening  of  each  month  in  Masonic  Tem- 
ple. 

Excelsior  No.  166 — Meets  1st  Wednes- 
day evening  of  each  month  in  Masonic 
Temple. 

Mission  No.  169 — Meets  1st  Wednesday 
evening  of  each  month  at  2628  Mission. 

South  San  Francisco  No.  212 — Meets 
1st  Thursday  evening  in  Masonic  Hall, 
southeast  corner  Railroad  and  14th  Avs. 

Doric  No.  216 — Meets  1st  Thursday 
evening  of  each  month  in  Masonic  Tem- 
ple. 

Speranza  Itallana  No.  219 — Meets  1st 
Friday  evening  of  each  month  in  Masonic 
Temple. 

King  Solomon's  No.  260 — Meets  1st 
Monday  evening  of  each  month  at  1739 
Fillmore. 

Starr  King  No.  344 — Meets  1st  Wed- 
nesday evening  of  each  month  in  Masonic 
Temple. 

Presidio  No.  354 — Meets  1st  Thursday 
evening  of  each  month  in  Masonic  Tem- 
ple. 

San  Francisco  No.  360 — Meets  1st  Tues- 
day evening  of  each  month  in  Masonic 
Temple. 

Amity  No.  370 — Meets  1st  Friday  eve- 
ning of  each  month  at  2668  Mission. 

Jewel  No.  374 — Meets  2d  Thursday  af- 
ternoon of  each  month  in  Masonic  Tem- 
ple. 

Bichmond  No.  375 — ^Meets  1st  Monday 
of  each  month  at  405  Arguello  Blvd  and 
Clement. 

evening  of  each  month  in  Masonic  Hall 
9th  Av.  and  Judah. 

Balder  No.  393 — Meets  1st  Friday  of 
each  month  at  2174  Market. 

Fairmount  Lodge  No.  435 — Meets  1st 
Tuesday  of  each  month  at  149  Eddy. 

Park  Lodge  No.  449 — Meets  1st  Wed- 
nesday of  each  month  at  1748  Haight. 

Bethlehem  No.  453 — Meets  1st  Monday 
of  each  month  at  1739  Fillmore. 

Golden  West  No.  455 — Meets  1st  Tues- 
day of  each  month  In  Mission  Masonic 
Temple. 

Argonaut  Lodge  No.  461 — Meets  1st 
Thursday  of  each  month  at  2135  Sutter. 

Paul  Revere  Lodge  No.  4  62 — Meets  1st 
Friday  in  Masonic  Temple. 

Alta  Vista  Lodge  No.  464 — Meets  1st 
Tuesday  at  2135  Sutter. 

Lincoln  Lodge  No  470 — Meets  1st 
Tuesday  at  1739  Fillmore. 

Masonic  Cemetery  Association — Office 
846  Phelan  Bldg. 

Masonic  Board  of  Relief — Office,  Ma- 
sonic Temple. 

Masonic  Employment  Bureau — Masonic 
Temple. 

Masonic  Temple  Association — Office, 
Masonic  Temple.    Edward  Peabody,  Sec. 


Masonic  Veteran  Association  of  the 
Pacific  Coast — Object:  Building  up 
Grand  Lodge  library.  Meets  1st  Thurs- 
day after  2d  Tuesday  in  October  of  each 
year.   Henry  M.  Owens,  Sec,  948  Market. 


Order  of  the  Eaatem  Star. 

Grand  Chapter  of  California,  Order  of 
the  Eastern  Star — ^Meets  on  the  3d  Tues- 
day in  October  at  San  Francisco  Cal. 
Louise  May  Elsenshon,  Los  Angeles, 
Grand  Matron;  Lew  E.  Wallace,  San 
Francisco,  Grand  Patron;  Kate  J.  Wil- 
lats,  Grand  Sec,  office,  1002  Ellis. 
Grand  Sec,  office,  1002  Ellis. 

Golden  Gate  Chapter  No.  1 — Meets  1st 
and  3d  Friday  evenings  in  Masonic  Tem- 
ple. 

Ivy  Chapter  No.  27 — Meets  2d  and  4th 
Tuesday  evenings  in  Masonic  Temple. 

Beulah  Chapter  No.  99 — Meets  2d  and 
4  th  Monday  evenings  in  Masonic  Hall, 
1200  Railroad  Av. 

Harmony  Chapter  No.  124 — Meets  1st 
and  3d  Thursday  evenings  In  Masonic 
Temple. 

Mission  Chapter  No.  155 — Meets  2d  and 
4th  Saturday  evenings  at  2668  Mission  in 
Masonic  Hall. 

Olive  Branch  Chapter  No.  169 — ^Meets 
1st  and  3d  Monday  evenings  in  Golden 
Gate  Commandery  Hall. 

King  Solomon's  Chapter  No.  170 — ^Meets 
2d  and  4th  Saturday  evenings  at  1739 
Fillmore. 

California  Chapter  No.  183 — Meets  1st 
and  3d  Wednesday  evenings  in  Masonic 
Temple. 

San  Francisco  Chapter  No.  196 — Meets 
1st  and  3d  Tuesday  evenings  in  Masonic 
Temple. 

Starr  King  Chapter  No.  204 — Meets  1st 
and  3d  Tuesday  evenings  in  Golden  Gate 
Commandery  Hall. 

Aloha  Chapter  No.  206 — Meets  1st  and 
3d  Saturday  evenings  at  525  Sutter. 

Terba  Buena  Chapter  No.  228 — Meets 
1st  and  3d  Saturday  evenings  in  Masonic 
Temple. 

Imperial  Chapter  No.  229 — Meets  2d 
and  4th  Tuesday  evenings  at  1746  Haight. 

Jewel  Chapter  No.  238 — Meets  2d  and 
4th  Wednesday  afternoon  in  Golden  Gate 
Commandery  Hall. 

Ideal  Chapter  No.  251 — Meets  1st  and 
3d  Wednesday  evenings  in  Golden  Gate 
Commandery  Hall. 

Richmond  Chapter  No.  255 — ^Meets  2d 
and  4th  Thursday  evenings  at  Arguello 
Blvd.  and  Clement. 

Amity  Chapter  No.  262 — Meets  2d  and 
4th  Monday  evenings  at  Masonic  Hall, 
2668  Mission. 

Parnassus  Chapter  No.  269 — Meets  1st 
and  3d  Thursday  evenings  at  9th  Av.  and 
Judah. 

Amo  Chapter  No.  280 — Meets  2d  and 
4  th  Wednesday  evenings  in  Golden  Gate 
Commandery  Hall. 

Albert  Pike  Chapter  No.  284 — Meets  2d 
and  4  th  Thursday  evenings  at  Masonic 
Temple. 

'Golden  West  Chapter  No.  350 — Meets 
1st  and  3d  Saturday  evenings  at  2668 
Mission. 


Ancient  Esryptlan  Order  of  Sclots. 

Supreme  Pyramid  of  the  World,  Ancient 
Egyptian  Order  of  Sclots — Meets  annu- 
ally on  2d  Tuesday  in  November.  Otto  L. 
Sues,  Supreme  Scribe,  1257,  4th  Av. 

San  Francisco  Pyramid  No.  1,  Ancient 
Egyptian  Order  of  Sclots — Meets  2d  and 
4th  Fridays  of  each  month  at  414  Mason. 
G.  Robert  Brockmann,  Scribe,  1306  Va- 
lencia. 


Independent  Order  of  Odd  Fellows. 

Grand  Lodge,  I.  O.  O.  F. — I.  O.  O.  F. 
Bldg.,   7th  and  Market,  San  Francisco. 


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H.  W.  Brunk,  Grand  Master;  H.  D.- 
ardson,  Sec,  San  Francisco,  Cal. 

Odd  Fellows  Home  of  California — Lo- 
cated at  Saratoga,  California;  H.  D.  Rich- 
ardson, Sec,   San  Francisco,  Cal. 

Trustees — John  Hazlett,  Pres.,  San 
Francisco;  S.  E.  Moreland,  Vice-Pres., 
San  Jose;  E.  A.  Pierce,  Los  Angeles;  J. 
W.  Kaerth,  Colusa;  A.  N.  Bullock,  Sac- 
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California  Lodge  No.  1 — Meets  every 
Monday  evening  at  I.  O.  O.  F.  Bid?. 

Harmony  Lodge  No.  13 — Meets  ivery 
Tuesday  evenings  at  I.  O.  O.  F.  Bldg. 

Terba  Buena  Lodge  No.  15 — 'Mtets 
Thursday  evening  at  I.  O.  O.  F.  Bldg. 

Magnolia  Lodge  No.  29 — Meets  every 
Tuesday  evening  at  I.  O.  O.  F.  Bldg. 

Bay  City  Loage  No.  71 — Meets  every 
Tuesday  evening  at  I.  O.  O.  F.  Bldg. 

Abou  Ben  Adhem  Lodge  No.  112 — Meets 
every  Thursday  evening  at  I.  O.  O.  F. 
Bldg. 

Concordia  Lodge  No.  122 — Meets  every 
Monday  evening  at  I.  O.  O.  F.  Bldg. 

Apollo  Lodge  No.  123 — Meets  every 
Friday  evening  at  I.  O.  O.  F.  Bldg. 

Spartan  Lodge  No.  125 — Meets  every 
Wednesday  evening  at  Newcomb  and 
Railroad  Avs. 

Unity  Lodge  No.  131 — Meets  every 
Tuesday  evening  at  2337  Mission. 

Pacific  Lodge  No.  155 — Meets  every 
Thursday  evening  at  I.  O.  O.  F.  Bldg. 

Occidental  Lodge  No.  179 — Meets  ev- 
ery Thursday  evening  at  I.  O.  O.  F.  Bldg. 

Golden  Gate  Lodge  No.  204 — Meets  ev- 
ery Tuesday  evening  at  I.  O.  O.  F.  Build- 
ing. 

Alta  Lodge  No.  205 — Meets  every  Mon- 
day evening  at  I.  O.  O.  F.  Bldg. 

Franco-American  Lodge  No.  207 — Meets 
every  Thursday  evening  at  I.  O.  O.  F. 
Bldg. 

Fidelity  Lodge  No.  222 — Meets  every 
Monday  evening  at  I.  O.  O.  F.  Bldg. 

Morse  Lodge  No.  257 — Meets  every 
Wednesday  evening  at  I.  O.  O.  F.  Bldg. 

Western  Addition  Lodge  No.  285 — Meets 
every  Thursday  evening  at  I.  O.  O.  F. 
Bldg. 

Excelsior  Lodge  No.  310 — Meets  every 
Monday  evening  at  2337  Mission. 

Golden  West  Lodge  No.  322 — Meets 
Thursday  evening  at  I.  O.  O.  F.  Bldg. 

Presidio  Lodge  No.  334 — Meets  every 
Tuesday  evening  at  I.  O.  O.  F.  Bldg. 

Odin  Lodge  No.  393 — Meets  every  Wed- 
nesday evening  at  2174  Market. 

Columbus  Lodge  No.  394 — Meets  every 
Wednesday  evening  at  1524  Powell. 

Fort  Point  Lodge  No.  406 — Meets  every 
Wednesday  evening  at  I.  O.  O.  F.  Bldg. 


Grand  Encampment,  Z.  O,  O.  F. 

J.  E.  Streightif,  Grand  Patriarch, 
Berkeley. 

William  H.  Barnes — Grand  Scribe,  I. 
O.  O.  F.  Bldg. 

Golden  Gate  No.  1 — Meets  2d  and  4th 
Saturday  of  each  month  at  I.  O.  O.  F. 
Bldg. 

Walhalla  No.  7 — Meets  lat  and  3d  Fri- 
days of  each  month  at  I.  O.  O.  F.  Bldg. 

Unity  No.  26 — Meets  2d  and  4th  Satur- 
days of  each  month  at  222  Van  Ness  Av. 

Oriental  No.  57 — Meets  1st  and  3d  Sat- 
urdays of  each  month  at  I.  O.  O.  F.  Bldg. 

Thor  Encampment  No.  Ill — Meets  2d 
and  4th  Mondays  of  each  month  at  2174 
Market. 

Canton,  San  Francisco  No.  5,  Patriarchs 
Militant,  I.  O.  O.  F.— Meets  2d  Friday 
of  each  month  at  I.  O.  O.  F.  Bldg. 

Odd  Fellows'  Hall  Association  of  San. 
Francisco — .Henry  Jacks,  Pres.;  A.  M. 
Brand,  Sec;  I.  O.  O.  F.  Bldg. 

General  Relief  Committee,  I.  O.  O.  F. — 


Meets  every  Sunday  at  10  o'clock  a.  m.  at 
I.  O.  O.  F.  Bldg.,  A.  M.  Brand,  Sec. 

Patriarchs  Militant,  I.  O.  O.  F.,  De- 
partment of  California — F.  J.  Walter, 
Major-General  Commanding,  Vallejo, 
Cal. 

Veteran  Odd  Fellows,  San  Francisco — 
Annual  meeting,  May  14  to  17,  1919,  at 
San   Francisco.     C.   H.   Weaver,  Pres.; 

A.  W.  Benedict,  Vice-Pres.;  William  H. 
Barnes,  Sec;  James  W.  Harris,  Treas. ; 
D.  C.  Malcolm,  Marshal;  F.  A.  Week,  J. 

B.  Streightif,  J.  F.  Crossett,  E.  P.  Ses- 
sions, E.  H.  Black,  Trustees. 

I.  O.  O.  F.  Orphans'  Home — ^Gllroy,  Cal. 
Trustees:  Ethel  P.  Foster.  Oakland;  Alta 
M.  Orr,  HoUister;  Ada  Madison,  Los  An- 
geles; Jessie  W.  Farge,  Santa  Cruz; 
Katherine  N.  Jackson,  San  Francisco, 
Cal.  Mary  E.  Donoho,  Sec.  Office,  Odd 
Fellows  Hall,  Market  and  7th,  San  Fran- 
cisco. 

Bebekah  lioAgea. 

Rebekah  Assembly,  I.  O.  O.  F. — I.  O.  O. 
F.  Bldg.,  7th  and  Market.  Mary  B.  Don- 
oho, Sec. 

California  Rebekah  Lodge  No.  1 — Meets 
every  iSaturday  evening  at  I.  O.  O.  F. 
Hall. 

Templar  Rebekah  Lodge  No.  19 — Meets 
every  Saturday  evening  at  I.  O.  O.  F.  Bldg. 

Oriental  Rebekah  Lodge  No.  90 — Meets 
every  Wednesday  evening  at  I.  O.  O.  F. 
Bldg. 

Walhalla  Rebekah  Lodge  No.  130 — 
Meets  every  Saturday  evening  at  1.  O.  O. 
F.  Bldg. 

Amity  Rebekah  Lodge,  No.  161 — Meets 
every  Saturday  evening  at  I.  O.  O.  P. 
Bldg. 

Loyal  Rebekah  Lodge  No.  215 — Meets 
every  Monday  evening  at  I.  O.  O.  F.  Bldg. 

Mission  Rebekah  Lodge  No.  225 — Meets 
every  Saturday  evening  at  2337  Mission. 

Freja  Rebekah  Lodge  No.  284 — Meets 
every  Thursday  evening  at  2174  Market. 

Golden  City  Rebekah  Lodge  No.  304— 
Meets  every  Tuesday  evening  at  I.  O. 
O.  F.  Hall. 

Bay  View  Rebekah  Lodge  No.  317 — 
Meets  Monday  evenings  at  2337  Mission. 


Independent  Order  of  Odd  Fellowa. 

Manchester  Unity — 44  Page.  J.  R.  Bur- 
gess, Sec,  201  Sansome. 

Loyal  Golden  Gate  Lodge,  No.  7189 — ^A- 
L.  Molteni,  Sec,  Berkeley. 

Loyal  Mission  Lodge  No.  7494 — Meets 
Monday  evenings  at  44  Page.  J.  S.  Cur- 
rie.  Sec,  734,  11th  Av. 

Loyal  Elvezia  Lodge  No.  7940 — G. 
Muschi,  Sec,  719  Jackson. 


Ancient  Order  of  Foresters. 

Subsidiary  High  Court  of  the  Pacific 
Coast  was  Instituted  November  6,  1889, 
in  San  Francisco,  forming  a  part  of  the 
Universal  Order  known  as  the  Ancient 
Order  of  Foresters  Friendly  Society — 
The  High  Court  of  the  World  is  Located 
in  London,  England.  There  are  135  Courts 
in  this  State. 

The  Subsidiary  High  Court  officers  are: 

High  Chief  Ranger — Walter  N.  Reed, 
San  Francisco. 

High  Sub-Chief  Ranger — E.  C.  Risi, 
Oakland. 

High  Court  Treasurer — Karl  Eber, 
San  Francisco. 

High  Court  Secretary — James  H.  Dun- 
can. 

High  Court  Senior  Woodward — M.  F. 
Marshall,  San  Jose. 

High  Court  Junior  Woodward — Wm. 
Frathen,  Grass  Valley. 

High  Court  Senior  Beadle — Thos.  F. 
Shaw,  Oakland. 

High  Court  Junior  Beadle — Dr.  D.  F. 
Thompson,  Reno,  Nev. 

Permanent  Secretary — John  Falconer, 
Chronicle  Bldg.,  San  Francisco. 


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Court  Eureka  No.  6146 — iMeets  1st  and 

3d  Tuesdays,  240  Golden  Gate  Av. 

Court  Occidental  No.  6676 — Meets  2d 
and  4th  Tuesday  at  414  Mason. 

Court  Star  of  the  West  No.  6956 — Meets 
1st  and  3d  Fridays  at  44  Page. 

Court  Twin  Peaks  No.  7556 — Meets  2d 
and  4th  Wednesdays  at  3053,  16th. 

Court  Apollo  No.  7802 — Meets  2d  and 
4th  Wednesdays  at  California  Hall. 

Court  Bournemouth  No.  7804 — Meets 
1st  and  3d  Thursdays  at  1881  Fillmore. 

Court  Mazzini  No.  7809 — Meets  1st  and 
3d  Mondays  at  1524  Powell. 

Court  Victoire  No.  7811 — Meets  2d  and 
4th  Wednesdays  at  B.  B.  Bldg..  149  Eddy. 

Court  Kensington  No.  7904 — Meets  1st 
and  3d  Mondays  at  124  Vicksburg. 

Court  America  No.  7916 — Meets  1st  and 
3d  Fridays  at  Masonic  Hall,  2668  Mission. 

Court  Lincoln  No.  8517 — Meets  2d  and 
4th  Thursdays  at  240  Golden  Gate  Av. 

Court  California  No.  9248 — Meets  2d 
and  4th  Wednesdays  at  3053,  16th. 


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Supreme  Grand  Circle — Officers: 

Supreme  Chief  Companion — Mrs.  Car- 
rie Calvin,  Jackson,  Cal. 

Supreme  Sub-Chief  Companion — Miss 
E.  Hunter,  San  Francisco. 

Supreme  Secretary — M.  Boehm,  Chron- 
icle Bldg.,  San  Francisco. 

Supreme  Treasurer — Mrs.  K.  Moore. 

Supreme  Herald — Mrs.  M.  Amioth,  San 
Francisco. 

Supreme  Right  Guide — Mrs.  J.  Jepsen, 
San  Francisco. 

Supreme  Left  Guide — Mrs.  G.  Weldin- 
ger,  Berkeley,  Cal. 

Supreme  Inner  Guard — Mrs.  A.  Cos- 
grove,  Oakland,  Cal. 

Supreme  Outer  Guard — Mrs.  E.  L. 
Boehm,  San  Francisco. 

Supreme  Organist — Miss  Ruth  Fal- 
coner, San  Francisco. 

Washington  Circle  No.  1 — Meets  2d 
and  4th  Fridays  at  44  Page. 

Justice  Circle  No.  104 — Meets  1st  and 
3d  Fridays  at  3053,  16th. 

Mazzini  Circle  No.  106 — Meets  2d  and 
4th  Monday  evenings  at  Washington 
Square  Hall. 

Franklin  Circle  No.  115 — Meets  1st  and 
3d  Wednesday  evenings  at  44  Page. 

Artemis  Circle  No.  120 — Meets  1st  and 
3d  Wednesdays  at  Polk  and  Turk. 

Loyal  Circle  No.  179 — Meets  2d  and 
4th  Thursdays  at  44  Page. 

Bohemian  Circle  No.  200 — Meets  2d  and 
4th  Fridays  at  3053.  16th. 

Fidelity  Circle  No.  203 — Meets  2d  and 
4th  Thursday  at  3053,  16th. 

Twin  Peaks  Circle  No.  222 — Meets  1st 
and  3d  Wednesdays  at  3053,  16th. 

Lincoln  Circle  No.  223 — Meets  2d  and 
4th  Tuesdays  at  3053,  16th. 

Ivanhoe  Circle  No.  25 — Meets  1st  and 
3d  Wednesdays  at  Eagles  Hall,  Golden 
Gate  Av. 

Guadalupe  Circle  No.  269 — Meets  2d 
and  4th  Wednesdays  at  1254  Market. 

Yerba  Buena  Circle — ^Meets  2d  and  4th 
Tuesdays  at  1545  Steiner. 

Ancient  Order  of  Hibernians. 

State  Officers  and  County  Officers — 
Meet  at  454  Valencia. 

Division  No.  2 — Meets  1st  and  3d  Tues- 
days of  each  month  at  454  Valencia. 

Division  No.  4 — Meets  1st  and  3d  Tues- 
days  at  Masonic  Hall,  corner  Newcomb 
and  Railroad  Avs. 

Division  No.  5  —  Meets  2d  and  4th 
Thursdays  at  454  Valencia. 

Division  No.  6 — Meets  2d  and  4th  Mon- 
days at  454  Valencia. 

Division  No.  9  —  Meets  2d  and  4th 
Thursdays  at  St.  Teresa's  Hall,  19th  and 
Tennessee. 


Division  No.  10  —  Meets  2d  and  4th 
Wednesdays  at  454  Valencia. 

Division  No.  11 — Meets  1st  and  3d  Fri- 
days at  454  Valencia. 

Division  No.  12  —  Meets  2d  and  4  th 
Tuesdays  at  454  Valencia. 

Division  No.  17 — Meets  1st  and  3d  Mon- 
days at  454  Valencia. 


ladles'  Auxiliary. 

Division  No.  1 — ^Meets  1st  and  3d  Mon- 
days at  454  Valencia. 

Division  No.  2 — Meets  1st  and  3d  Tues- 
days at  3265.  16th. 

Division  No.  3  —  Meets  2d  and  4th 
Wednesdays  at  454  Valencia. 

Division  No.  4  —  Meets  2d  and  4th 
Thursdays  at  Columbus  Hall,  29th  and 
Mission. 

Division  No.  6 — Meets  1st  and  3d  Tues- 
days at  454  Valencia. 

Division  No.  8 — Meets  2d  and  4th  Tues- 
days at  18th  and  Shotwell. 

Division  No.  9  —  Meets  1st  and  3d 
Thursdays  at  St.  Teresa's  Hall,  19th  and 
Tennessee. 

Division  No.  10  —  Meets  2d  and  4th 
Thursdays  at  454  Valencia. 

Division  No.  11  —  Meets  2d  and  4th 
Mondays  at  3265,  16th. 

Division  No.  12  —  Meets  2d  and  4th 
Tuesdays  at  454  Valencia. 

Division  No.  17  —  Meets  1st  and  3d 
Wednesdays  at  454  Valencia. 

Hibernia  Hall  Association — Meets  2d 
and  4th  Mondays,  454  Valencia. 


Benevolent  and  Protective  Order  of  Elks. 

San  Francisco  Lodge  No.  3  — Meets 
every  Friday  evening  at  540  Powell,  be- 
tween Bush  and  Sutter.  A.  A.  Goepp, 
E.  R.;  Herman  Kohn,  Sec,  540  Powell; 
John  H.  Dumbrell,  Treas. 


Catholic  Knigflits  of  America. 

St.  Mary's  Branch  No.  437 — ^Meets  2d 
Sunday  of  each  month  at  1944  California. 
Dr.  J.  F.  Gibbon,  Pres.;  C.  J.  Nicholas, 
Recording  Sec. 


Commercial  Travelers'  Association. 

Pacific  Coast  Commercial  Travelers' 
Association — Meets  the  last  Saturday  of 
each  month.  Headquarters,  444  Market. 
Sam  Cohen,  Sec. 

San  Francisco  Commercial  Travelers' 
Association — Meets  2d  and  4th  Tuesdays 
In  each  month  at  611  Pacific  Bldg.  A.  R. 
Klnne,  Pres. 


Travelers  protective  Association  of 
America. 

California  Division — Harry  T.  Moore, 
Sec.-Treas.,  516  Underwood  Bldg. 

TTnlted  Commercial  Travelers  of  America. 

Golden  Gate  Council  No.  80 — Meets  1st 
and  3d  Tuesdays  in  each  month  at  444 
Market.    R.  Jacoby,  Sec. 

San  Francisco  Council  No.  429 — Meets 
4th  Saturday  in  each  month  at  2135  Sut- 
ter.   B.  F.  Heastand.  Sec. 


DAUOaTEBS  OF  THE  A1MEBICA1I' 
HEVOIiUTXON. 

Mrs.  Isaac  N.  Chapman,  State  Regent. 

California  Chapter — Meets  at  residences 
of  members  October  to  May,  inclusive. 
Mrs.  Joseph  L.  Mondy,  Regent,  3522  Clay. 

Puerta  del  Oro  Chapter — Meets  2d 
Tuesday  of  each  month  at  homes  of  mem- 
bers. Mrs.  W.  W.  Wymore,  Regent,  48 
Castro. 

Sequoia  Chapter — Meets  2d  Tuesday  of 
each  month,  September  to  May.  Mrs. 
Yates  Davenport,  Regent;  Mrs.  B.  S. 
Wiltkins,  Regent,  3771  Clay. 

Valentine  Holt  Chapter — Mrs.  A.  S. 
Hubbard,  Regent,  565,  4th  Av. 


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Secret  Societies 


MISCELLANEOUS  INPOEMATION 


Secret  Societies 


DAXrOSTEBS  OF  TH£  COHFEDE&ACT. 

Albert  Sidney  Johnston  Chapter  No.  79, 
United  Daughters  of  the  Confederacy — 
Mrs.  Mary  Polk  du  Bose,  Pres.,  1265  Pine; 
Mrs.  Geo.  H.  Hellmann,  Sec,  Palo  Alto, 
Cal.  Ten  meeting's  yearly  at  St.  Francis 
Hotel. 


FOBESTEBS  OF  AKEBICA. 

The  objects  of  this  order  are  to  unite 
fraternally  all  white  males  of  good  char- 
acter between  the  ages  of  18  and  50  years, 
to  aid  its  sick  members,  bury  its  dead, 
give  relief  to  their  widows  and  orphans, 
to  find  employment  for  unemployed  mem- 
bers, and  all  other  benevolent  purposes. 
There  are  one  liundred  and  fifty  Courts  in 
this  state,  with  a  membership  of  18,000, 
also  auxiliaries,  which  are  known  as 
Knights  of  Sherwood  Forest,  Companions 
of  the  Forest  of  America  and  Junior 
Courts. 

The  Supreme  Head  of  the  Order  Is 
known  as  the  Supreme  Court,  and  was 
organized  in  Minneapolis  on  Augrust  15, 
1889,  they  having  on  that  day  seceded 
from  the  Ancient  Order  of  Foresters, 
whose  Supreme  Head  is  in  England.  The 
Supreme  Court  meets  biennially  and  the 
next  session  will  be  held  In  Atlantic  City, 
N.  J.,  on  the  last  Tuesday  In  August,  1919. 

The  Supreme  Court  comprises  1,865 
Courts,  with  a  total  membership  in  the 
United  States  of  241,399  members. 

The  Grand  Court  of  California  was  in- 
stituted on  November  20,  1889,  and  the 
officers  for  the  year  1920  are  as  follows: 
follows: 

Mat  Arnoldy  of  Court  Pride  of  Marys- 
ville  No.  34,  Jr.  Past  Grand  Chief  Ran- 
ger, Marysville;  Frank  Mitchell,  Jr.,  of 
Court  Hayward  No.  78,  Grand  Chief 
Ranger,  Hayward;  Felix  Gross  of  Court 
Golden  West  No.  20,  Grand  Sub-Chief 
Ranger,  San  Francisco;  Frank  Conklin 
of  Court  Zenith  No.  21,  Grand  Treasurer, 
San  Francisco;  Joseph  B.  Reboli  of  Court 
Verbano  No.  168,  Grand  Secretary,  Oak- 
land; Maurice  L.  Rapheld  of  Court  Palo 
Alto  No.  53,  Grand  Senior  Woodward, 
San  Francisco:  Jas.  R.  Davis  of  Court 

■  )in  Hood  No.  1,  Grand  Junior  Wood- 
ward, San  Francisco;  Frank  Zelich  of 
Court  U.  S.  of  America  No.  38,  Grand 
Senior  Beadle,  Oakland;  J.  M.  Amick  of 
Court  lone  No.  131,  Grand  Junior  Beadle, 
lone;  Andre  Rouseyrol  of  Court  Fran- 
caise  No.  97,  Grand  Recording  Secretary, 
Los  Angeles;  Wm.  B.  Hornblower  of 
Court  Bonito  No.  3,  Grand  Lecturer,  San 
Francisco;  J.  H.  Moll  of  Court  California 
No.  4,  Grand  Supervisor  of  Junior  Courts, 
San  Francisco;  A.  A.  Powers  of  Court 
Star  of  Woodland  No.  10,  Woodland; 
Walter  Horber  of  Court  Defiance  No.  23, 
San  Francisco;  Bryant  O'Connor  of 
Court  Zenith  No.  21,  San  Francisco; 
James  McSheehy  of  Court  Inter  Nos  No. 
IS,  San  Francisco;  Dr.  S.  P.  Cavanagh 
of  Court  Point  Reyes  No.  219,  Point 
Reyes  Station;  Albert  Springer  of  Court 
Magnolia  No.  29.  Srancisco,  and  T.  G. 
O'Connor  of  Court  Garfield  No.  9,  Nevada 
City,  Grand  Trustees. 

Grand  Board  of  Appeals — Frank  H. 
Kerrigan  No.  20,  Jas.  G.  Conlan  No.  4, 
Hugo  K.  Asher,  P.  G.  C.  R. 

Grand  Secretary's  office,  401-2-3  Grant 
Bldg.  Next  meeting  of  the  Grand  Court 
will  be  held  the  t\rst  Wednesday  in  Mav, 
1921.  at  San  Jo.se.  Cal. 

General  Relief  Committee  F.  of  A. 
meets  first  and  third  Monday  evenings. 
Foresters  Hall,  172  Golden  Gate  Av.  J. 
Label,  Sec,  1435  Octavia. 

Twenty-six  Courts  and  one  Junior 
Court  meet  in  the  City  and  County  of  San 
Francisco. 

Court  Robin  Hood  No.  1 — Meets  2d  and 


4th  Wednesdays  at  Swedish  America 
Hall. 

Court  Aurora  No.  2 — Meets  2d  and  4t 
Wednesday  at  172  Golden  Gate  Av. 

Court  America-Mayflower  No.  3 — Meet 
1st  and  3d  Wednesday  at  Schubert  Bldj 

Court  California  No.  4 — (Meets  2d  an 
4tn  Tuesday  at  B.  B.  Hall,  149  Eddy. 

Court  Golden  Gate  No.  5 — Meets  2 
and  4th  Tuesday  at  B.  B.  Hall,  149  Eddj 

Court  San  Francisco  No.  7 — Meets  Is 
and  3d  Tuesdays  at  Polite  Hall. 

Court  Hubertus  No.  15 — Meets  ever 
Friday  at  California  House,  Polk  an 
Turk. 

Court  Inter  Nos  No.  18 — Meets  2d  an 
4th  Tuesdays  at  3009,  16th. 

Court  Golden  West  No.  20 — Meets  Is 
and  3d  Thursday  at  B.  B.  Hall,  149  Eddj 

Court  Zenith  No.  21 — Meets  1st  and  3 
Wednesday  at  Redmen's  Hall,  Golde 
Gate  Av.  near  Leavenworth. 

Court  Defiance  No.  23 — Meets  1st  an 
3d  Thursdays  at  172  Golden  Gate  Av. 

Court  Magnolia  No.  29 — Meets  2d  an 
4th  Tuesdays  at  273  Golden  Gate  Av. 

Court  Washington  No.  37 — Meets  Is 
and  3d  Tuesday  at  B.  B.  Hall,  149  Eddy. 

Court  Bonita  No.  43 — -Meets  1st  and  3 
Wednesdays  at  2476  Mission. 

Court  Seal  Rock  No.  45 — Meets  ever 
Thursday  at  2476  Mission. 

Court  Palo  Alto  No.  53 — Meets  2d  an 
4th  Wednesday  at  B.  B.  Hall,  149  Eddy 

Court  Live  Oak  No.  67 — Meets  1st  an 
3d  Thursday  at  Masonic  Hall,  Newcom 
and  Railroad  Avs. 

Court  Farallone  No.  71 — Meets  2d  an 
4th  Wednesday  at  Foresters  Hall,  Ocea 
View. 

Court  Ferruccio  No.  132 — Meets  1st  an 
3d  Tuesday  at  K.  of  P.  Hall,  1524  Powel 

Court  General  Lawton  No.  171 — Meet 
2d  and  4th  Wednesday  at  Roma  Lodg 
Hall,  1524  Powell. 

Court  Sunflower  No.  187 — Meets  1st  an 
3d  Thursday  at  Liberty  Hall,  Eaglei 
Bldg 

Court  Point  Lobos  No.  203— Meets  Is 
and  3d  Wednesday  at  Richmond  Masonl 
Hall,  309,  4th  Av. 

Cour  de  France  No.  212 — Meets  Is 
and  3d  Wednesdays  at  172  Golden  Gat 
Av. 

Court  University  Mound  No.  232 — Meet 
1st  and  3d  Thursday  at  University  Moun 
Hall. 

Court  Marconi  No.  246 — Meets  2d  an 
4th  Wednesday  at  Guadalupe  Hall,  455 
Mission. 

Court  Phoenix  No.  251 — Meets  1st  an 
3d  Tuesdays  at  Mission  Hall,  21st  an 
Mission. 

Junior  Court  Pride  of  California  No. 

— Meets  2d  and  4th  Wednesdays  at  27 
Golden  Gate  Av. 

San  Francisco  Conclave  No.  159,  K.  i 
F. — Meets  every  Friday,  172  Golden  Gat 
Av. 


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the  Supreme  Circle.  The  next  meeting  o 
the  Supreme  Circle  will  convene  at  A' 
lantic  City,  N.  J.,  the  third  week  i 
August,  1919. 

Grand  Circle  of  California — Organize 
January  28,  1S88.  Grand  Chief  Compar 
ion,  Sophie  Coyle,  San  Francisco;  Gran 
Sub-Chief  Companion,  Eleanor  Gurr; 
Los  Angeles;  Grand  Financial  Secretar; 
Agnes  D.  Bremer,  room  509  Grant  Bldg 
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gecret  Socities 


MISCELLANEOUS  INFORMATION 


Secret  Societies 


cording  Secretary,  Celia  Kalck,  1135  E. 
Main  St.,  Stockton,  Cal. ;  Grand  Treas- 
urer, Kate  Toohig,  1403  San  Bruno  Av., 
San  Francisco;  Grand  Supervisor  on  By- 
Laws,  Mate  H.  Cartwright,  San  Fran- 
cisco; Grand  Marshal,  Florence  Wheeler, 
San  Francisco;  Grand  Right  Guide, 
Frances  Ryan,  San  Francisco;  Grand 
Left  Guide,  Matilda  Joris,  Santa  Cruz, 
Cal.;  Grand  Inner  Guard,  C.  Mildred 
Green,  San  Francisco;  Grand  Outer 
Guard,  Helen  Fleuti,  Oakland,  Cal.; 
Grand  Trustees:  Hattie  Grace,  San 
Francisco,  Claudie  Lawrence,  Sacramen- 
to, Goldie  Munter,  San  Francisco;  Grand 
Councilors:  Myrtle  Yager,  lone,  Cal., 
Sarah  Loney,  Grass  Valley,  Cal.,  Rose 
Dahler,  Woodland,  Cal.,  Mary  Rose,  Val- 
lejo,  Cal.,  Mayme  McCann,  Ferndale, 
Cal.;  Grand  Chorister,  Rebecca  Kemp 
van  Ee,  San  Francisco. 

Grand  Financial  Secretary's  office, 
room  509  Grant  Bldg.,  Market  at  7th,  San 
Francisco. 

The  next  meeting  of  the  Grand  Circle 
will  convene  on  1st  Wednesday  in  May, 
1921,  at  San  Jose,  Cal. 

There  are  60  circles  in  the  State,  18  of 
which  are  in  this  city,  as  follows: 

Excelsior  Circle  No.  2 — Meets  every 
Tuesday  at  Shubert  Hall,  16th  and  Mis- 
sion. 

Golden  Gate  Circle  No.  23 — Meets  1st 
and  3d  Mondays  at  American  Foresters 
Hail,  172  Golden  Gate  Av. 

Live  Oak  Circle  No.  29 — Meets  2d  and 
4th  Tuesdays  at  1254  Market. 

Robin  Hood  Circle  No.  58 — Meets  1st 
and  3d  Fridays  at  414  Mason. 

Mizpah  Circle  No.  100 — Meets  2d  and 
4th  Wednesdays  at  Shubert  Hall,  16th 
and  Mission. 

Golden  Era  Circle  No.  103 — Meets  1st 
and  3d  Thursdays  at  1254  Market. 

Bonita  Circle  No.  104 — Meets  1st  and  3d 
Thursdays  at  Shubert  Hall,  16th  and 
Mission. 

Pride  of  the  Forest  Circle  No.  204 — 
Meets  2d  and  4th  Fridays  in  Masonic 
Hall,  Newcomb  and  Railroad  Avs. 

Inter  Nos  Circle  No.  215 — Meets  2d  and 
4th  Tuesdays  at  California  Hall. 

San  Francisco  Circle  No.  267 — Meets  1st 
and  3d  Wednesdays  at  Excelsior  Hall. 

Martha  Washington  Circle  No.  459 — 
Meets  2d  and  4th  Thursdays  at  B.  B. 
Hall,  149  Eddy. 

New  Century  Circle  No.  513 — Meets  2d 
and  4th  Mondays  at  Odd  Fellows  Hall, 
7th  and  Market. 

James  G.  Blaine  Circle  No.  615 — Meets 
2d  and  4th  Fridays  at  1254  Market. 

Laguna  Honda  Circle  No.  898 — Meets 
2d  and  4th  Tuesdays  at  1254  Market. 

Point  Lobos  Circle  No.  899 — Meets  1st 
Friday,  Masonic  Temple,  1st  Av.  and  Cle- 
ment. 

Precita  Circle  No.  1064 — Meets  1st  and 
3d  Thursdays  at  Shubert  Hall,  16th  and 
Mission. 

Joan  of  Arc  Circle  No.  1183 — 1254  Mar- 
ket. 


XUiPROTED  OBOEB  OF  KED  BIEH. 

Red  Men's  Hall,  240  Golden  Gate  Av., 
Porter  L.  Bliss,  Sr.,  Great  Chief  of  Rec- 
ords. 

There  are  130  Tribes  in  this  State.  The 
following  meet  in  San  F'rancisco: 

Manzanita  No.  4 — Meets  every  Wednes- 
day at  240  Golden  Gate  Av. 

Miantonomah  No.  9 — Meets  every  Tues- 
day at  240  Golden  Gate  Av. 

Pocahontas  No.  11 — Meets  every  Friday 
at  240  Golden  Gate  Av. 

Sotoyome  No.  12 — Meets  every  Thurs- 
day at  240  Golden  Gate  Av. 

Seminole  No.  54 — Meets  every  Wednes- 
day at  240  Golden  Gate  Av. 


Modoc  No.  57 — Meets  every  Thursday 
at  240  Golden  Gate  Av. 

Winnemucca  No.  61 — Meets  every  Fri- 
day at  240  Golden  Gate  Av. 

Osceola  No.  71 — Meets  every  Tuesday 
at  1254  Market. 

White  Eagle  No.  72 — Meets  every  Tues- 
day at  Potrero  Av.  near  24th. 

Bald  Eagle  No.  75 — Meets  every  Wed- 
nesday at  240  Golden  Gate  Av. 

Montezuma  No.  77 — Meets  every  Thurs- 
day at  1254  Market. 

Shoshone  No.  78 — ^Meets  every  Wednes- 
day at  240  Golden  Gate  Av. 

Altahmos  No.  87 — Meets  every  Wednes- 
day at  240  Golden  Gate  Av. 

Ahwashte  No.  89 — Meets  Friday  at  240 
Golden  Gate  Av. 

Monadnock  No.  100 — Meets  every  Fri- 
day at  3009,  16th. 

Tosemlte  No.  103 — ^Meets  every  Tues- 
day at  240  Golden  Gate  Av. 

Willopi  No.  133 — Meets  every  Thurs- 
day at  Willopi  Hall,  4161,  21st. 

Calumet  No.  149 — Meets  every  Monday 
at  240  Golden  Gate  Av. 

Wyandotte  No.  158 — Meets  every  Tues- 
day at  240  Golden  Gate  Av. 

Degree  of  Pocahontas 

There  are  88  Councils  in  the  State  and 
the  following  meet  in  San  F'rancisco: 

Pocahontas  No.  3 — Meets  1st  and  3d 
Wednesdays  at  240  Golden  Gate  Av. 

Matoaka  Council  No.  18 — Meets  every 
Wednesday  at  1620,  15th. 

Oneida  Council  No.  27 — iMeets  every 
Thursday  at  240  Golden  Gate  Av. 

Ramona  Council  No.  28 — Meets  Friday 
at  1254  Market. 

Mohican  Council  No.  42 — Meets  every 
Thursday  at  240  Golden  Gate  Av. 

Seneca  Council  No.  44 — Meets  every 
Thursday  at  3265,  16th. 

MajQzanita  Council  No.  49 — Meets  every 
Friday  at  240  Golden  Gate  Av. 

Calumet  Council  No.  66 — ^Meets  2d  and 
4th  Fridays  at  431  Duboce  Av. 

Seminole  Council  No.  68 — iMeets  every 
Monday  at  240  Golden  Gate  Av. 

Bald  Eagle  Council  No.  77 — Meets  ev- 
ery Friday  at  1620,  15th. 

Osceola  Council  No.  80 — Meets  every 
Thursday  at  3053,  16th. 

Willopi  Council  No.  106 — Meets  every 
Friday  at  4062,  24th. 

Miantonomah  Council  No.  125 — Meets 
2d  and  4th  Thursdays  at  240  Golden  Gate 

Nawa  Daha  Council  No.  132 — Meets  ev- 
ery 2d  and  4th  Thursday  at  240  Golden 
Gate  Av. 

Wichita  Council  No.  146 — Meets  every 
Thursday  at  1254  Market. 

Wahnottee  Council  No.  149 — .Meets  ev- 
ery Wednesday  at  1254  Market. 


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District  Lodge  No.  4 — Richard  E.  Gut- 
stadt,  Grand  Pers.,  San  Francisco;  I.  J. 
Aschheim,  Grand  Sec,  San  Francisco; 
Joseph  L.  Goldsmith,  Treas.  Annual 
meeting  on  the  3d  Sunday  in  February  at 
B'nai  B'rlth  Bldg.,  149  Eddy. 

B'nai  B'rith  Hall  Association — Frank 
Sperling,  Pres;  I.  J.  Aschheim,  Sec.  Meets 
at  the  call  of  the  Chair. 


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The  office  of  the  High  Court  of  North- 
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Bldg.,  San  Francisco.  John  P.  Murphy, 
High  Chief  Ranger;  Ed.  N.  Cameron, 
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Court  San  Francisco  No.  10 — Meets  ev- 
ery Wednesday  at  414  Mason. 

Companion  Court  Golden  Gate  No.  765 — 
Meets  1st  and  3d  Fridays  at  Eagles  Hall, 
273  Golden  Gate  Av 


rHTSEFEITDENT  OBDES  OF  RED  MEN 

Grand  Stamm,  Independent  Order  of 
Red  Men's  U.  O.  R.  M. — Meets  every  4th 
Friday  at  Redmen  Hall,  3053,  16th.  Mar- 
tin Fuetscher,  Grand  Sec. 

California  Stamni  No.  70 — Meets  every 
1st  and  3d  Friday  at  3053,  16th. 

Eureka  Stamm  No.  20 — Meets  every  1st 
and  3d  Wednesday  (Ladles)  at  3053,  16th. 

Germania  Stamm  No.  83 — Meets  every 
Tuesday  at  3053,  16th. 

Hermann  Stamm  No.  224 — Meets  every 
Monday  at  3063,  16th. 

Metamora  Stamm  No.  4- — Meets  every 
2d  and  4th  Tuesday  (Ladies)  at  3053 
16th. 

Pacific  Stamm  No.  66 — Meets  every  2d 
and  4th  Monday  at  3053,  16th. 

San  Francisco  Stamm  No.  246 — Meets 
every  2d  and  4th  Wednesday  at  3053 
16  th. 

Schiller  Stamm  No.  278 — Meets  every 
Monday  at  3053,  16th. 

Terba  Buena  Lager  No.  8 — Meets  every 
1st  and  3d  Thursday  at  3053,  16th. 


G-BAITD  ABUTT  OF  THE  BEFUBXIC. 

Department  of  California  and  Nevada — 
Organized  April  15,  1867.  Headquarters 
467  City  Hall.  Department  Commander, 
John  H.  Roberts;  Asst.  Adjt.  Gen.,  A.  E. 
Leavitt. 

Lincoln  Post  No.  1 — Meets  every  Thurs- 
day evening  at  Civic  Auditorium.  John 
Ryan,  Commander;  Wm.  Roberts,  Adju- 
tant. 

George  H.  Thomas  Post  No.  2 — Meets 

1st  and  3d  Tuesday  evenings  at  Civic 
Auditorium.  L.  L.  Dorr,  Commander; 
John  H.  Roberts,  Adjutant. 

Gen.  George  G.  Meade  Post  No.  48 — 
Meets  1st  and  3d  Tuesday  evenings  at 
Civic  Auditorium.  Chas.  Zissig,  Com- 
mander; D.  W.  O'Fallon,  Adjutant. 


WOUAirS  BEXiZEF  CO&FS. 

Auxiliary  to  the  Grand  Army  of  the 
Republic. 

Lincoln  Relief  Corps  No.  3 — Meets  ev- 
ery Thursday  evening  at  Civic  Auditor- 
ium.   Pearl  M.  Bauni,  Sec,  2351  Larkin. 

Meade  Relief  Corps  No.  61 — Meets  at 
Civic  Auditorium  2d  and  4th  Tuesday 
evenings.    Etta  Eggers,  Sec. 

1;ADIES  of  the   GRAND  A&UT  OF 
THE  BEPUBX.XC. 

Seven  Pines  Circle  No.  3 — Mrs.  H.  C. 
Finch,  123,  22d  Av.,  Sec.  Meets  Monday 
evenings  at  Civic  Auditorium. 

Wm.  McKinley  Circle  No.  31— Mav 
Peixotto,  ISec.  ;Meets  at  <Civicl  Audi- 
torium 2d  and  4th  Thursdays. 

Geo.  H.  Thomas  Circle  No.  32— Meets 
l.«t  and  3d  Tue.sdays  at  210  Golden  Gate 
Av.   ljucy  Vinning.  Sec. 


BAVOHTEBS  OF  TETEBAITS. 

Dolly  Madison  Tent  No.  11 — Meets  at 
Civic  Auditorium  1st  and  3d  Tuesdays. 
L.  H.  Steel-Brook,  Sec. 


SONS  OF  VETEBANS. 

Fair  Oaks  Camp  No.  15 — Meets  1st  and 

3(1  Tuesdays  at  I'ivlc  Auditorium.  W.  A. 
I'"lncli,  Commander. 

W.  T.  Sherman  Camp  No.  3 — Meets  at 
Civic  Auditorium.  P.  O.  Wolfroni,  Com- 
mander; M.  B.  Estes,  Sec. 


FBATEBNAX.  OBSEB  OF  EAaZ.ES. 

San  Francisco  Aerie  No.  5 — Meets  every 
Friday  evening  at  Eagles'  Hall.  G.  F. 
Pohlmann,  Sec. 


Golden  Gate  Aerie  No.  61 — Meets  eve 
Tuesday  evening  at  Eagles  Hall,  2 
Golden  Gate  Av.   B.  F.  Hanlon,  Sec. 


THE  FBATEBNAXi  BBOTHEBHOOI 

Headquarters,  1112  Market.  W.  S.  Ha 
ward.  District  Mgr. 

Aurora  No.  328 — Meets  every  Tuesd 
at  44  Page  St. 

Mission  No.  296 — Meets  every  Thursd; 
at  Excelsior  Hall,  Mission,  bet.  19th  a: 
20  th. 

San  Francisco  No.  69 — Meets  eve 
Thursday  at  44  Page. 


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TESXPXABS.  * 

San  Francisco  (American) — Meets  Mo 
day  at  1254  Market. 

Breidablik  (Norwegian) — Meets  We 
nesday  at  1256  Market. 

Viking  (Swedish) — Meets  Sunday  F< 
esters  Hall,  172  Golden  Gate  Av. 


DAiraHTEBS  OF  KIBEBT'T. 

A  patriotic  organization,  fraternal  a 
beneficial,  semi-auxiliary  to  Junior  Ord 
United  American  Mechanics. 

California    Council    No.    1 — Meets 
American  Hall  every  Wednesday  evenit 

Martha  Washington  Council  No.  2 
Meets  in  American  Hall  every  Monday. 

Pacific  Council  No.  8 — Meets  at  368  F 
every  Wednesday. 

KNIGHTS  OF  AMEBICA. 

San  Francisco  Lodge  No.  1 — Meets  e 
ery  Tuesday  evening  at  172  Golden  Ga 
Av.    Max  Wolmar,  Sec. 


JUNIOB  OBDEB  ITNITED  AUEBZCi 
MECJHANZCS. 

State    Council    of   California — C.  " 
Byrer,  State  Councilor,  Los  Angeles; 
G.  McClinton,  State  Sec,  340  Sanson 
San  Francisco. 

American  Hall  Association — Meets 
Monday  of  each  month  at  3450,  20th. 

Abraham  Lincoln  Council  No.  2 — Me« 
at  3450,  20th  every  Thursday  evening 

Starr  King  Council  No.  6 — Meets  at  34 
20th  every  Tuesday  evening. 

U.  S.  Grant  Council  No.  19 — Meets 
3450,  20th  every  Friday  evening. 


GBAND  CX.AN  AUEBZCAN  OBDEB  ( 
CIiANSlVCBN. 

A  benevolent,  social  and  patriotic  < 
der  for  loyal  white  American  men  a 
women.  Dr.  Henry  Waterhouse,  Gra 
Director-General;  Mrs.  Millicent  A.  A 
ter.  Grand  Secretary.  Office  of  Gra 
Director-General,  1112  Market,  San  Fra 
Cisco. 


DATTGHTEBS  OF  AUEBXCA. 

A  patriotic  organization,  fraternal  a 
beneficial,  semi-auxiliary  to  the  Juni 
Order  United  American  Mechanics,  mee 
at  20th  and  Capp. 

Golden  Gate  Council  No.  4 — Meets  eve 
Thursday  at  American  Hall. 


KNIGHTS  AND  XJ^DZ]pS  OF  SECTTBin 

Golden  Gate  Council  No.  17SS— 1 
Golden  Gate  Av.,  Goldie  Munter,  Fina 
Thursady  in  each  month  at  72  Mark 
cier,  703  Market. 


KNIGHTS  OF  COItlTUBTTS. 

San  Francisco  Council  No.  615 — Mee 
1st  and  3d  Tuesdays  at  8  p.  m.,  at  1 
Golden  Gate  Av.  J.  J.  Whelan,  Flnanci 
Sec. 

California  Council  No.  880— Meets 
and  4th  Tuesdays  at  1428  Golden  Ga 
Av.    D.  F.  Supple,  Financial  Sec. 


KNIGHTS  OF  THE  GOI^DEN  EAGI^ 

California   Castle    No.    1— Meets  1 

Thiir.siiay  in  each  month  at  72  Market, 


PACIFIC  FOUNDRY  COMPANY 


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Secret  Societies 


SmaRTS  OF  THE  BED  B&AJTCH. 

Meets  every  Wednesday  at  1133  Mis- 
sion. 


xNioars  OF  fttezas. 

Grand  Lodge  of  California — H.  Schaff- 
ner,  G.  K.  of  R.  and  S.  Office,  704  Pa- 
cific Bldg. 

Subordinate  Lodges  In  San  Francisco: 

California  Lodge  No.  1 — Meets  every 

Thursday  at  1739  Fillmore. 

Golden  Gate  No.  3 — Meets  every  Thurs- 
day at  115  Valencia. 

Phoenix  Lodge  No.  4 — Meets  every  Mon- 
day at  424  Mason. 

San  Francisco  Lodge  No.  45 — Meets  ev- 
ery Tuesday  at  Railroad  and  Newcomb 
Avs. 

Unity  Lodge  No.  61 — Meets  every 
Friday  at  115  Valencia. 

Golden  City  Lodge  No.  63 — Meets  every 
Friday  at  115  Valencia. 

Verdi  Lodge  No.  68 — Meets  every  Mon- 
day at  1524  Powell. 

Bay  City  Lodge  No.  117 — Meets  every 
1st  and  3d  Wednesday  at  149  Eddy. 

Golden  West  Lodge  No.  145 — Meets  ev- 
ery Tuesday  at  115  Valencia. 

Roma  Lodge  No.  147 — Meets  every 
Wednesday  at  1524  Powell. 

Blue  Star  Lodge  No.  339 — Meets  every 
Wednesday  at  115  Valencia. 

Jefferson  Lodge  No.  179 — Meets  2d  and 
4th  Tuesday  at  1524  Powell. 

Knights  of  Pythias  Bureau  Relief — 
Meets  Sundays  at  115  Valencia. 


JiO'TAJ.  OBAZraS  IirSTITTrTIOlT. 

Grand    Secretary,    Wm.    H.  Dundas, 
Meets  on  3d  Tuesdays  in  I>ruids  Hall. 
3942,  17th. 

American  L.  O.  L.  No.  127 — Meets  1st 
Tuesday  at  44  Page. 


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X.OTAI.   OBAITGE  ASSOCIA- 
TION. 

Star  of  the  West  No.  120 — Meets  1st 
and  3d  Thursdays  at  2174  Marltet. 


XiOTAI^  OBSEB  OF  MOOSE. 

Organizing  Department — 830  Market. 

San  Francisco  No.  26 — Meets  every 
Wednesday  at  111  Jones. 

Loyal  Order  of  Moose  Club  Rooms — 
Cor.  Golden  Gate  Av.  and  Jones. 


THE  UACCABEES. 

S.  W.  Hall,  Great  Commander,  First 
National  Bank  Bldg.,  Oakland. 

San  Francisco  Tent  No.  18 — Meets  ev- 
ery Friday  evening  at  I.  O.  O.  F.  Bldg. 
D.  B.  Richards,  Record-Keeper. 

Golden  West  Tent  No.  58 — Meets  every 
Tuesday  evening  at  Red  Men's  Hall.  C.  B. 
Classen  Record-Keeper. 

Mission  Tent  No.  59 — Meets  every  Mon- 
day evening  at  Red  Men's  Hall. 

Pacific  Tent  No.  64 — Meets  1st  and  3d 
Wednesdays  at  44  Fage. 

Phenix  Tent — Meets  every  2d  and  4th 
Thursday  evening  at  Foresters  Hall,  172 
Golden  Gate  Av. 

Ladies  of  the  Maccabees — San  Fran- 
cisco Hive  No.  8,  K.  O.  T.  M.  Meets  every 
Friday  evening  at  172  Golden  Gate  Av. 
Jessie  M.  Constant,  Record-Keeper. 


UODEBXr    WOODUEZr   OF  AJtBEKICA. 

Goodfellowship  Camp  No.  9633 — Meets 
every  Monday  evening  in  Druids  Temple, 
44  Page.  A.  H.  Johannsen,  Clerk,  371 
18  th  Av. 

San  Francisco  Camp  No.  9944 — Meets 
every  Thursday  evening  at  115  Valencia. 
W.  T.  Lansfleld,  Clerk,  3711,  17th 

University  Mound  Camp  No.  13952 — 
Meets  1st  and  3d  Tuesday  evenings  at 
2570  San  Bruno  Av.  L.  D.  Gowan,  Clerk, 
136  Girard. 


BlOTAI^   KEXOHBOBS    OF  ABIEBJOA. 

(Auxiliary  to  the  Modern  Woodmen  of 
America.) 

San  Francisco  Camp  No.  4860 — Meets 
every  2d  and  4th  Thursday  evening  at  44 
Page.  Violet  Hawke,  Recorder,  1970  Mc- 
Allister. 

Enrlght  Camp  No.  3642 — Meets  every 
1st  and  3d  Monday  evening  at  Druids 
Temple,  44  Page.  C.  E.  Barbee,  Recorder, 
3782,  16th. 

Fidelity  Camp  No.  5899— Meets  the  2d 
Tuesday  evening  of  every  month  at  2570 
San  Bruno  Av.  Stella  Gowan,  Recorder, 
136  Girard. 


ITATZONAI^  XKDXAlir  WAS  VETEBAITS. 

Headquarters,  Denver,  Colorado.  Ob- 
ject, social,  patriotic  and  protective. 
Active  membership  confined  to  ex-Unlted 
States  or  State  soldiers  who  served  on 
our  Western  frontier  In  any  campaign 
against  hostile  Indians  between  the  years 
1865  and  1891  and  who  have  an  honorable 
discharge  from  the  United  States  Army 
or  State  or  Territorial  military  company 
and  participated  In  the  Indian  campaigns 
in  those  years.  Honorary  membership  is 
only  conferred  for  distinguished  service 
to  the  organization. 

Local  Camp  No.  4 — Meets  the  1st  Sun- 
day of  each  month  at  2  p.  m.  at  Veterans' 
Hall,  The  Auditorium.  Sec,  John  H. 
Dolan,  726  Joost  Av. 


NATIONAL  XJJSnOVf  ASSUHAXTCE 
SOCZET7. 

California  State  Headquarters,  216  Phe- 
lan  Bldg.   M.  A.  Lyons,  Dlst.  Mgr. 

California  Council  No.  530 — Meets  1st 
and  3d  Wednesdays  of  each  month  at 
National  Union  Hall,  414  Mason.  H.  L. 
Van  Orden,  Sec,  509  Howard. 

San  Francisco  Council  No.  540 — Meets 
2d  and  4th  Thursday  of  each  month  in 
National  Union  Hall,  414  Mason.  B.  H. 
National  Union  Hall,  414  Mason.  Hugh 
O'Neill,  Sec,  369  Pine. 

Union  Council  No.  549 — Meets  2d  and 
4th  Wednesday  of  each  month  at  National 
Union  Hall,  414  Mason.  J.  E.  Duckel, 
Sec,  2528  Sutter. 

Golden  Gate  Council  No.  551 — Meets  2d 
and  4  th  Tuesday  of  each  month  at  Na- 
tional Union  Hall,  414  Mason.  C.  J. 
Swift,  Sec,  1106  Market. 

Eldorado  Council  No.  581 — Meets  1st 
and  3d  Tuesday  of  each  month  in  Na- 
tional Union  Hall,  414  Mason.  H.  Gold- 
berg, Sec,  care  of  Emporium. 

El  Capltan  Council  No.  997 — Meets  1st 
and  3d  Thursday  of  each  month  in  Na- 
tional Union  Hall,  414  Mason.  C.  W.  Al- 
lendorf.  Sec,  162  Belvedere. 

Mission  Council  No.  1010 — Meets  2d  and 
4th  Friday  of  each  month  in  Mission  Ma- 
socic  Hall,  2668  Mission.  R.  E.  Lively, 
Sec,  359  Prospect  Av. 


KATI7E  SOB'S  OF  THE  OOl^DEN 
WEST. 

Wr.  F.  Toomey,  Grand  Pres.,  Fresno. 

Office  of  the  Grand  Sec,  Fred  H.  Jung, 
N.  S.  G.  W.  Bldg.,  414  Mason.  Order 
Instituted  July  11,  1875. 

California  Parlor  No.  1 — Meets  every 
Thursday  at  414  Mason. 

Pacific  Parlor  No.  10 — Meets  every 
Tuesday  at  414  Mason. 

Golden  Gate  Parlor  No.  29 — Meets  every 
Monday  at  414  Mason. 

Mission  Parlor  No.  38 — Meets  every 
Wednesday  at  414  Mason. 

San  Francisco  Parlor  No.  49 — Meets  ev- 
ery Thursday  at  414  Mason. 

El  Dorado  Parlor  No.  52 — Meets  every 
Thursday  at  414  Mason. 

Rlncon  Parlor  No.  72 — Meets  every 
Wednesday  at  414  Mason. 


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Tuesday  at  414  Mason. 

Terba  Buena  Parlor  No.  84 — Meets  ev- 
ery Tuesday  at  414  Mason. 

Bay  City  Parlor  No.  104 — Meets  2d  and 
4th  Wednesdays  at  414  Mason. 

Niantlc  Parlor  No.  105 — Meets  every 
Wednesday  at  414  Mason. 

National  Parlor  No.  118 — Meets  every 
Thursday  at  414  Mason. 

Hesperian  Parlor  No.  137 — Meets  every 
Thursday  at  414  Mason. 

Alcatraz  Parlor  No.  145 — Meets  every 
Thursday  at  414  Mason. 

Alcalde  Parlor  No.  154 — Meets  every 
Wednesday  at  414  Mason. 

South  San  Francisco  Parlor  No.  157 — 
Meets  every  Wednesday  at  Newcomb  and 
Railroad  Avs. 

Sequoia  Parlor  No.  160 — Meets  every 
Tuesday  at  414  Mason. 

Precita  Parlor  No.  187 — Meets  every 
Thursday  at  2668  Mission. 

Olympus  Parlor  No.  189 — ^Meets  2d  and 
4th  Wednesdays  at  414  Mason. 

Presidio  Parlor  No.  194 — Meets  every 
Monday  at  2768  Octavia. 

Marshall  Parlor  No.  202 — Meets  every 
Wednesday  at  414  Mason. 

Dolores  Parlor  N.  208 — Meets  2d  and 
4th  Wednesdays  at  414  Mason. 

Twin  Pealis  Parlor  No.  214 — Meets  ev- 
ery Wednesday  at  4061,  24th. 

El  Capitan  Parlor  No.  222 — Meets  1st 
and  3d  Mondays  at  414  Mason. 

Guadalupe  Parlor  No.  231 — Meets  every 
Monday  at  4551  Mission. 

Castro  Parlor  No.  232 — Meets  every 
Tuesday  at  414  Mason. 

Balboa  Parlor  No.  234 — Meets  every 
Tuesday  at  4th  Av.  and  Clement. 

James  Lick  Parlor  No.  242 — Meets  1st 
and  3d  Tuesdays  at  414  Mason. 

NATIVE  DAUG'HTEBS  OF  THE 
GOIiBEN  WEST 

Grand  Parlor  meets  2d  Tuesday  in  June. 

There  are  twenty-seven  parlors  in  San 
Francisco,  as  follows: 

Minerva  Parlor  No.  2 — Meets  1st  and  3d 
Wednesday  evenings  at  Native  Sons' 
Hall. 

Alta  Parlor  No.  3 — Meets  Saturday  at 
Native  Sons'  Hall. 

Oro  Fino  Parlor  No.  9— Meets  1st  and 
3d  Thursday  at  Native  Sons'  Hall. 

Golden  State  Parlor  No.  50 — Meets  1st 
and  3d  Wednesday  at  3009,  16th. 

Orinda  Parlor  No.  56 — Meets  2d  and  4th 
Friday  at  149  Eddy. 

Fremont  Parlor  No.  59 — Meets  1st  and 
3d  Tuesdays  at  Native  Sons'  Hall. 

Buena  Vista  Parlor  No.  68 — Meets 
Thursdays  at  Native  Sons'  Hall. 

Las  Lomas  Parlor  No.  72 — Meets  2d  and 
4th  Tuesdays  at  115  Valencia. 

Yosemite  Parlor  No.  83 — Meets  1st  and 
3d  Tuesday  at  American  Hall,  20th  and 
Capp. 

La  Estrella  Parlor  No.  89 — Meets  2d 
and  4th  Mondays  at  414  Mason. 

Sans  Souci  Parlor  No.  96 — Meets  2d  and 
4  th  Monday  at  N.  S.  G.  W.  Bldgr. 

Calaveras  Parlor  No.  103 — Meets  Ist 
and  3d  Tuesday  at  Native  Sons'  Hall. 

Darlna  Parlor  No.  114 — Meets  1st  and 
3d  Monday  at  Native  Sons'  Hall. 

El  Vespero  Parlor  No.  118— Meets '2d 
and  4th  Tuesday  at  Masonic  Hall,  New- 
comb  and  Railroad  Avs. 

La  Palmn  Parlor  No.  131 — Meets  1st 
and  3d  'I'lnirsday.s  ;it  N.       G.  W.  Hall. 

Genevieve  Parlor  No.  132 — Meets  2d  and 
4th  Thursday  at  Masonic  Hall,  Newcomb 
and  Railroad  Avs. 

Keith  Parlor  No.  137— Meets  2d  and  4th 
Thursday  at  Native  Sons'  Hall. 

Gabrlelle  Parlor  No.  139 — Meets  1st  and 
3d  Wednesday  at  Native  Sons'  Hall. 


Presidio  Parlor  No.  148 — Meets  2d  and 
4  th  Tuesday  at  Native  Sons'  Hall. 

Guadalupe  Parlor  No.  153 — Meets  2d 
and  4th  Tuesday  at  Guadalupe  Hall,  4551 
Mission. 

Golden  Gate  Parlor  No.  158 — Meets  2d 
and  4th  Mondays  at  Native  Sons'  Hall. 

Linda  Rosa  Parlor  No.  170 — Meets  2d 
and  4th  Wednesday  at  K.  of  P.  Hall,  115 
Valencia. 

Portola  Parlor  No.  172 — Meets  2d  and 
4th  Thursdays  at  Native  Sons'  Hall. 

San  Francisco  Parlor  No.  174 — Meets  2d 
and  4th  Tuesday  at  Native  Sons'  Hall. 

Castro  Parlor  No.  178 — Meets  2d  and 
4th  Wednesday  at  American  Hall,  20th 
and  Capp. 

Twin  Peaks  Parlor  No.  185 — Meets  1st 
and  3d  Friday  at  American  Hall, 


ORDEB    OF  HEBUAjnrS  SDKS. 

Grand  Lodg-e  organized  May  12,  1878. 

Office  of  the  Grand  Secretary,  B.  Fedde, 
9'55  Market. 

Executive  Board  meets  1st  Friday  of 
each  month  at  California  House. 

San  Francisco  Lodge  No.  1— Meets  ev- 
ery Wednesday  at  California  House. 

E.  V.  Bandel  Lodge  No.  3 — Meets  every 
Tuesday  at  2450  Setter. 

Eureka  Lodge  No.  6 — Meets  every  Fri- 
day at  California  House. 

Germania  Lodge  No.  7 — Meets  2d  and 
4th  Wednesday  at  3543,  18th. 

North  Beach  Lodge  No.  9 — Meets  every 
Tuesday  at  3543,  18th. 

Mission  Lodge  No.  10 — Meets  every 
Thursday  at  3543,  18th. 

Edelmut  Lodge  No.  13  (Ladies) — Meets 
2d  and  4th  Tuesday  at  3543,  18th. 

Elizabeth  Lodge  No.  14  (Ladies) — Meets 
1st  and  3d  Thursday  at  3543,  18th. 

Martha  Lodge  No.  15  (Ladies) — Meets 
2d  and  4th  Monday  at  Newcomb  and  Rail- 
road Avs. 

Golden  West  Lodge  No.  16  (Ladies)  — 
Meets  2d  and  4th  Wednesday  at  Arguello 
Blvd.  and  Clement. 

Pacific  Lodge  No.  29 — Meets  every  2d 
and  4th  Friday  at  Newcomb  and  Railroad 
Avs. 

Excelsior  Lodge  No.  36 — Meets  1st  and 
3d  Tuesday  at  4551  Mission. 

Golden  West  Lodge  No.  38 — Meets  1st 
and  3d  Thursday  at  Arguello  Blvd.  and 
Clement. 

Albrecht  Duerer  Lodge  No.  42 — Meets 
1st  and  3d  Tuesdays  at  California  House. 

HofCnung's  Lodge  No.  1  (Ladles) — 
Meets  every  Thursday  at  California 
House. 

Glueck  Auf  Lodge  No.  22  (Ladies)  — 
Meets  1st  and  3d  Fridays  at  California 
House. 


OBDEB  OF  SONS  OF  ST.  GEOBQE. 

Grand  Sec,  Thomas  Poyser,  157  Ney, 
San  Francisco. 

Burnaby  Lodge  No.  194 — Meets  Satur- 
day at  414  Mason.  P.  C.  Woodhouse,  Sec, 
342  Howard. 

Pickwick  Lodge  No.  259 — Meets  Mon- 
day at  172  Golden  Gate  Av.  Thomas 
Poyser,  Sec. 


SAirOHTEBS  OF  ST. 

Britannia  Lodge  No.  7 
Monday  at  44  Page 
Secretary. 


GEOBOE. 

-Meets  every 
Mrs.  R.  Meadows, 


BOTAi;  ABCAimSC. 

Argonaut  Council  No.  597 — Meets  1st 
and  3d  Mondays  at  240  Golden  Gate  Av. 

Buena  Vista  Council  No.  1604 — Meets 
1st  and  3d  Thursdays  at  California  House. 


CRYSTAL  GELATINE  CO. 

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San  Francisco  Council  No.  1622 — Meets 
1st  and  3d  Thursdays  at  California  House. 

Golden  West  Council  No.  1716 — Meets 
2d  and  4tli  Thursday  at  430  Mason. 

Royal  Arcanum  Relief  Board — Gustave 
Gunzendorfer,  Chairman,  58  Sutter. 
SOCTETY-  OF  COXiORX&3^  WASS. 

San  Francisco  Chapter  —  Fredk.  S. 
Moody,  Pres.;  Clarence  E.  Heald,  Sec, 
1215  Van  Ness  Av. 


sons  OP  TEE  AUEBICAK  BETOX>Xr- 

Tiozr. 

T.  A.  Perkins,  Sec.  and  Registrar, 
Mills  Bldg. 


THE  TBZBE  OF  BEN  SUB. 

MIzpah  Court  No.  1 — Meets  every  Fri- 
day evening  at  2337  Mission.  E.  H.  Lehn- 
ing.  Scribe,  2050  Union. 

TEE   TTHITED   ANCXENT   OBDEB  OF 
DBXnDS. 

The  Order  Is  perhaps  the  oldest.  His- 
tory speaks  of  it  as  an  Order  of  Priests 
and  learned  men  among  the  ancient  Celts 
— the  race  of  people  who  left  the  parent 
hive  in  Asia  at  a  very  early  period  and 
settled  in  western  Europe.  For  many 
centuries  preceding  the  Christian  era  and 
at  the  time  of  the  invasion  of  the  Ro- 
mans, the  Druids  was  the  most  promi- 
nent and  powerful  order;  they  presided 
over  the  religious  celebrations,  and  were 
the  judges,  legislators,  philosophers,  phy- 
sicians and  instructors  of  their  people. 
The  order  first  assumed  its  present  char- 
acter in  England  in  the  year  1771,  and 
was  introduced  into  America  in  the  year 
1830.  It  is  a  moral,  social  and  beneficial 
society.  Its  principles  and  teachings  are 
derived  from  ancient  Druldism  and  are 
founded  on  reason  and  sound  morality; 
they  do  not  conflict  with  any  religious 
system  and  are  perfectly  compatible  with 
the  laws  of  any  civilized  country.  In 
becoming  Druids,  members  are  still  free 
men.  It  is  a  secret  society  simply  for  the 
protection  against  abuse  of  its  beneficial 
provisions. 

The  order  is  firmly  established  in  all 
countries  inhabited  by  the  Caucasian 
race,  and  is  the  only  order  that  has  an 
International  Grand  Lodge  which  meets 
in  quinquennial  session. 

Its  objects  are:  To  unite  men  (irre- 
spective of  nation,  tongue  or  creed)  for 
mutual  protection,  to  cultivate  social  vir- 
tues, to  encourage  in  business,  to  assist 
in  obtaining  employment,  to  foster  among 
its  members  the  spirit  of  fraternity  and 
good  fellowship,  and  by  a  well-regulated 
system  of  dues,  provide  for  the  relief  of 
sick  and  destitute  members,  the  burial  of 
the  dead,  and  the  protection  of  widows 
and  orphans. 

Grand  Arch,  C.  P.  Vicinl,  .Jackson; 
Deputy  Grand  Arch,  Robert  B.  Ogilvie, 
San  Francisco;  Grand  Secretary,  C.  A. 
Gugllelmoni,  San  Francisco;  Grand 
Treasurer,  E.  N.  Cadenasso,  San  Fran- 
cisco; Grand  Marshal,  B.  Braierd,  Los 
Angeles;  Grand  Herald,  J.  Giacomini, 
San  Francisco;  Grand  Guardian,  C.  C. 
Salmina,  Salinas;  Past  Noble  Grand 
Arch,  Lee  Wells,  Pleasanton;  Grand 
Trustees:  G.  Bebenedetti,  Oakland;  Pe- 
ter Ferrari,  Eureka;  S.  P.  Galvin,  Los 
Bancs;  Frank  Guzman,  San  Francisco; 
R.  J.  Jeffrey,  Stockton;  Nels  H.  oJhnson, 
San  Jose;  Charles  Camozzi,  Bodega; 
Chapter  Commander,  J.  J.  Enos,  San 
Francisco. 

Following  Is  the  list  of  Groves  and 
Circles  of  the  United  Ancient  Order  of 
Druids  in  San  Francisco: 

Aurora  Grove  No.  107 — Meets  at  441 
Broadway  every  Tuesday. 

Alplni  Grove  No.  108 — Meets  441  Broad- 
way every  Thursday. 


Columbia  Grove  No.  140 — Meets  at  Vet- 
erans' Hall  every  1st  and  3d  Tuesday. 

Exposition  Grove  No.  223 — Meets  at 
2760  Octavia  every  Wednesday. 

Galileo  Grove  No.  37 — Meets  at  1524 
Powell  every  Tuesday. 

Golden  Star  Grove  No.  104 — Meets  at 
441  Broadway  every  Wednesday. 

Green  Valley  Grove — Meets  in  Guada- 
lupe Hall  every  Saturday. 

Golden  Sun  Grove  No.  157 — Meets  In 
Druids'  Temple  1st  and  3d  Thursdays 

Hesperian  Grove  No.  15 — -Meets  In 
Druids'  Temple  every  Tuesday. 

Helvetia  Grove  No.  151 — Meets  In 
Druids'  Temple  every  1st  and  3d  Friday. 

Laurel  Grove  No.  17 — Meets  in  Druids' 
Temple  every  1st  and  3d  Thursday. 

Manzanita  Grove  No.  106 — Meets  in 
Druids'  Temple  2d  and  4th  Wednesdays. 

Monteverde  Grove  No.  128 — Meets  in 
Druids'  Temple  every  Wednesday. 

McKinley  Grove  No.  132 — Meets  in 
Druids'  Temple  2d  and  4th  Wednesdays. 

North  End  Grove  No.  141 — Meets  In 
Druids'  Temple  1st  and  3d  Tuesdays. 

Old  Friends  Grove  No.  139 — Meets  In 
Druids'  Temple  every  Thursday. 

Perseverance  Grove  No.  10 — Meets  in 
Druids'  Temple  every  Tuesday. 

San  Francisco  Grove  No.  3 — Meets  In 
Druids'  Temple  1st  and  3d  Thursdays. 

Templar  Grove  No.  19 — Meets  at  2174 
Market  1st  and  3d  Mondays. 

Vasco  da  Gama  Grove  No.  43 — Meets  in 
Druids'  Temple  1st  and  3d  Mondays. 

Volta  Grove  No.  88 — Meets  at  1524  Pow- 
ell every  Friday. 

The  Grand  Circle. 

Mary  Valente,  Grand  Arch  Druidess; 
Mary  Becker,  Grand  First  Bard;  Eliza- 
beth Berry,  Grand  Second  Bard;  Pearl 
Hlckey,  Grand  Conductoress;  Ida  Wheel- 
er, Grand  Secretary;  Eleanor  Hellman, 
Grand  Treasurer;  Dolly  Bowman.  Grand 
Guardian;  Grace  Galli,  Grand  Chaplain; 
Carrie  Closson,  Lillian  Badgley,  Marie 
Kohlsdorfer,  Grand  Auditors. 

Boadicea  Circle  No.  3 — Meets  in  Druids' 
Temple  every  Tuesday. 

Columbia  Circle  No.  22 — Meets  in 
Druids'  Temple  2d  and  4th  Thursdays. 

Green  Valley  Circle  No.  73 — Meets  at 
4551  Mission  2d  and  4th  Fridays. 

Golden  Gate  Circle  No.  11 — Meets  In 
Druids'  Temple  2d  and  4th  Thursdays. 

Hesperian  Circle  No.  20 — Meets  In 
Druids'  Temple  2d  and  4th  Wednesdays. 

Laurel  Circle  No.  24 — Meets  in  Druids' 
Temple  2d  and  4th  Fridays. 

Germania  Circle  No.  35 — Meets  in 
Druids'  Temple  1st  and  3d  Wednesdays. 

Manzanita  Circle  No.  45 — Meets  In 
Druids'  Temple  2d  and  4th  Mondays. 

Phoenix  Circle  No.  46 — Meets  in  Druids' 
Temple  2d  and  4th  Tuesdays. 

Perseverance  Circle  No.  72 — Meets  In 
Druids'  Temple  every  Wednesday. 

Portola  Circle  No.  78 — Meets  at  2438 
San  Bruno  Av.  every  Wednesday. 

Ramona  Circle  No.  77 — Meets  In  Druids' 
Temple  1st  and  3d  Thursdays. 

Regina  Margherita  Circle  No.  47 — Meets 
at  1524  Powell  1st  and  3d  Thursdays. 

California  Chapter  No.  6 — Meets  In 
Druids'  Temple  last  Saturday  of  month. 

Elvin  Chapter  No.  4 — Meets  at  441 
Broadway. 

Roosevelt  Chapter  No.  9 — Meets  at  441 
Broadway  2d  Monday. 


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Phelps  Squadron  No.  12,  U.  S.  V.  N.— 

Meets  2d  Friday  in  Civic  Auditorium. 
Chas.  E.  Crane,  Capt.;  E.  J.  Schmilder, 
Sec;  Peter  H.  Maas,  Paymaster. 


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WOODMEN  OF  THE  "WOBLD. 

California  Headquarters,  995  Market. 
Peter  F.  Gilroy,  Deputy  Head  Consul  for 
Pacific  Coast. 

Golden  Gate  Camp  No.  64 — Meets  every 
Monday  at  I.  O.  O.  F.  Bldg. 

Redwood  Camp  No.  91 — Meets  every 
Thursday  at  B'nal  B'rlth  Bldg.,  149  Eddy. 

Mission  Camp  No.  264 — Meets  every 
"Wednesday  at  172  Golden  Gate  Av. 

Western  Addition  Camp  No.  306 — Meets 
every  Tuesday  at  115  Valencia. 

Tamalpais  Camp  No.  427 — Meets  every 
Monday  at  3265,  16th. 

San  Francisco  Camp  No.  437 — Meets  ev- 
ery Tuesday  at  2628  Mission. 

Richmond  Camp  No.  470 — Meets  every 
Friday  at  Mlasonic  Hall,  Arguello  Blvd. 
and  Clement. 

California  Camp  No.  634 — Meets  every 
Thursday  at  44  Page. 

Applewood  Camp  No.  696 — Meets  2d  and 
4th  Wednesdays  at  44  Page. 

Haven  Camp  No.  740 — Meets  every 
Wednesday  at  Druids'  Hall,  44  Page. 

Pathfinder  Camp  No.  750 — Meets  every 
Thursday  at  4551  Mission. 

Falkenburg  Camp  No.  787 — Meets 
every  Thursday  at  115  Valencia. 

Fernleaf  Camp  No.  808 — Meets  every 
Wednesday  at  W.  O.  W.  Hall,  Reis  Tract. 


NEZG-HBOBS  OF  WOODCSAFT. 

Redwood  Circle  No.  72 — Meets  every 
Tuesday  at  50  Oak. 

California  Circle  No.  178 — Meets  every 
Monday  at  44  Page. 


Golden  Gate  Circle  No.  355 — Meets  ev- 
ery Friday  at  44  Page. 

San  BYancisco  Circle  No.  490 — Meets 
1st  and  3d  Wednesday  at  Excelsior  Hall. 

Pathfinder  Circle  No.  596— Meets  1st 
and  3d  Wednesday  at  4551  Mission. 

Fernleaf  Circle  No.  659 — Meets  1st  and 
3d  Friday  at  Bay  Shore  Hall. 


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Brotherhood  of  American  Yeomen — San 
Francisco  Homestead  No.  1213.  Meets 
every  Saturday  evening  in  Druids'  Tem- 
ple, 44  Page.  Geo.  H.  Johannsen,  Corre- 
spondent, 1357  Jackson,  tel.  Franklin 
5547. 

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Office  of  Grand  Council — 50  Oak. 

Pioneer  Council  No.  1 — Meets  2d  and 
4th  Thursdays  at  50  Oak. 

Mission  Council  No.  3 — Meets  1st  and 
3d  Tuesdays  at  50  Oak. 

Washington  Council  No.  4 — Meets  1st 
and  3d  Thursdays  at  50  Oak. 

Golden  Gate  Council  No.  34 — Meets  2d 
and  4th  Fridays  at  50  Oak. 

Ignatian  Council  No.  35 — Meets  2d  and 
4th  Wednesdays  at  50  Oak. 

Phil  Sheridan  Council  No.  72— Meets  2d 
and  4  th  Wednesdays  at  50  Oak. 

Potrero  Council  No.  74 — Meets  1st  and 
3d  Thursdays  at  50  Oak. 

Strossmayer  Council  No.  460 — Meets 
2d  and  4th  Tuesdays  at  50  Oak. 

Salesian  Council  No.  5S5 — Meets  2d  and 
4  th  Tuesdays  at  50  Oak. 

Don  Bosco  Council  No.  613 — Meets  1st 
and  .3d  Tuesdays  at  650  Filbert. 


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EXPLANATIONS 

According  to  the  method  adopted  in  this  city  for  numbering  buildings.  Market  Street  is  the  starting  point  for  numbers 
on  aU  streets  running  from  it  in  a  northerly,  southerly  or  westerly  direction,  and  the  water  front  for  all  streets  running 
therefrom  in  a  westerly  or  southwesterly  direction.  The  numbers  on  all  streets  not  commencing  at  Market  Street  or  the 
water  front  run  in  conformity  with  the  numbers  of  the  main  streets  running  parallel  with  them,  except  in  the  case  of  a  few 
•treeta  which  are  numbered  in  an  irregular  manner. 

On  all  streets  between  the  water  front  and  Central  Avenue  the  even  numbers  are  on  the  right-hand  side,  and  the  odd 
numbers  on  the  left,  starting  from  the  point  of  beginning.  Beyond  Central  Avenue  most  of  the  streets  have  been  numbered 
in  a  contrary  manner.  One  hundred  numbers,  or  as  many  thereof  as  are  necessary,  are  allotted  to  each  block  bounded 
by  main  streets;  for  instance,  Montgomery  Street  commences  at  Market,  and  the  main  streets  crossing  as  you  proceed 
north  are  Sutter,  Bush,  Pine,  etc.  Therefore  any  numbers  between  1  and  100  will  be  found  on  the  right  or  left-hand  side 
of  the  street  between  Market  and  Sutter,  between  100  and  200  from  Sutter  to  Bush,  between  200  and  300  from  Bush  to  Pine. 

In  the  streets  which  are  numbered,  a  dash  (  )  indicates  that  the  cross  street  does  not  extend  to  that  side;  (o),  the 

street  borders  on  the  bay,  or  public  park,  cemetery,  etc.,  consequently  there  are  no  buildings  on  blocks  thus  designated; 
(c),  the  street  is  not  opened  through  the  block,  or  is  interrupted  in  its  course  at  that  point  by  a  public  square,  cemetery, 
etc.;  (e),  end  of  street. 

Abbbbtiatioks. — N,  north;  E,  east;  S,  south;  W,  west;  Av,  avenue;  bet,  between;  nr,  near;  s,  side. 

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A  South  (now  Alvord) 

Abbty,  from  N  S  Seventeenth  bet 

Dolores  and  Church 
Aberdeen  (closed),  W  of  San  Bruno  Av 

nr  County  Lme 
Academy,  from  Fairmount  nr  Chenery, 

S  to  Charles 
Aeidia  (Sunnyside),  from  Circular  Av 

nr  San  Jose  Av  N  to  pt  nr  Mangels 

At 

Acme  Alley,  from  Seward  nr  Douglass, 

S  W  to  Grand  View  Av 
Aeorn  Alley,  from  W  s  Leavenworth  bet 

California  and  Sacramento 
Acton  (West  End  Homestead),  from 

Mission  nr  County  Line 
Ada  Alley  (now  Amity  Alley),  from  Ada 

Court  nr  O'Farrell 
Ada  Court,  from  N  s  O'Farrell  bet  Leav- 
enworth and  Hyde 
Adair,  from  W  s  Howard  bet  Fifteenth 

and  Sixteenth  W  to  Capp 
Adallne  (Glen   Park  Terrace)  from 

Diamond  S  E  to  Moreland 
Adam  (Bernal  Heights),  from  Army 

bet  San  Bruno  Av  and  Holladay 

Av,  S  to  Eve 
Addison,  from  Bemis  W  to  Castro 
Ade  Alley,  from  N  s  Jackson  bet 

Stockton  and  Powell 
Adela,  E  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr  Islais 

Creek 

Adelaide  Place,  from  W  s  Taylor  bet 

Geary  and  Post 
Adier,  from  E  s  (Columbus  Av  bet 

Pacific  and  Broadway,   W  to 

Grant  Av 

Agate  Alley,  from  N  s  Post  bet  Taylor 
and  Jones 

Ahler'i  Court,  S  s  Filbert  bet  Buchanan 
and  Webster 

Alleen,  off  Larkin  nr  O'Farrell 

Alleen  Avenue  (now  Street),  from  N  s 
Fifteenth  bet  Guerrero  and  Dolores 

Alabama,  from  Division  bet  Florida 
and  Harrison  S  to  Esmeralda  Av 

CroM  Sit.  W.  E. 

Division   2  1 

Alameda   100  101 

Fifteenth   200  201 

Sixteenth   300  301 

Seventeenth   400  401 

Mariposa   500  601 

Eighteenth   600  601 

Nineteenth   700  701 

Twentieth   800  801 

Twenty-first   900  901 

Twenty-second  1000  1001 

Twenty-third  1100  1101 


Twenty-fourth  1200  1201 

Twenty-fifth  1300  1301 

Twenty-sixth  1400  1401 

Armv  1500  1501 

Precita  Avenue  1600  1601 

Montcalm    1701 

Norwich  1700   

Rutledge  

Ripley  1800  1801 

Waltham  

Esmeralda  Avenue..         (e)  (e) 

Aladdin  Terrace,  from  E  s  Taylor  bet 

Union  and  Filbert 
Alameda,  from  the  bay  W  to  Harrison 
Alamo  Square,  bet  Steiner,  Scott,  Hayes 

and  Fulton 
Alaska  (South  S.  F.),  from  the  bay  S  to 

India  Basin 
Alaska  Place,  from  W  s  Mason  bet  Bay 

and  North  Point 
Albany,  from  Flint  W  to  Masonic  Av 
Albert  (closed),  W  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr 

County  Line 
Albert  Alley  (now  Alert  Alley) 
Alberta  (Reis  Tract)  between  Ervine 
and  Severance  from  Campbell  Av 
N  to  WUde 
Albion,  from  S  s  Fifteenth  bet  Valencia 

and  Guerrero,  S  to  Seventeenth 
Alcatraz  (late  Chase),  from  Islais  Creek 

S  to  Hecker 
Alder  (Reis  Tract),  from  Ankeny  8  to 

Harkness  Av 
Alder  Alley,  (now  Ames) 
Aldlne  (now  Golden  Gate  Av),  from 
North  Stanyan  bet  Turk  and 
McAllister,  to  Willard  North 
Aldrich  Alley,  from  W  s  New  Mont- 
gomery bet  Jessie  and  Mission  W 
to  Annie 

Alemany  Avenue  (Academy  Tract),  N 
W  of  Mission,  from  Tingley  S  W 

Alert  Alley,  from  W  s  Dolores  bet  Fif- 
teenth and  Sixteenth 

Alexander  Avenue  (Crocker  Bay  Shore 
Tract)  from  San  Bruno  Av  E  and 
N  E  to  Nueva  Av 

Alger  Place,  from  E  s  First  bet  Harrison 
and  Bryant 

Algeria  (South  S.  F.).  See  Eighteenth 
Av  South 

Alice,  from  S  s  Folsom  bet  Third  and 

Fourth 

Alleghany  (South  S.  F.).  See  Arthur  Av 
Allen,  W  8  Hyde  bet  Union  and 
Filbert 

Allison,  from  Mission  nr  County  Line 
Allston  Way,  (Forest  Hill)  from  Portola 
Drive  to  Grafton  Way. 


Alma,  from   Belvedere  nr  Grattan, 

W  to  Stanyan 
Almouth,  from  S  s  Folsom  bet  Fifth 

and  Sixth  to  Harrison 
Alms  House  Road,  from  Corbett  Av  nr 

Stanford  Heights  Av,  N  W  to 

Dewey  Boulevard  opposite  Alms 

House 

Alpha  (Reis  Tract)  west  of  San  Bruno, 

north  to  Wilde 
Alpine  Terrace,  from  S  s  Waller  bet  Di- 

visadero  and  Buena  Vista  Ave  S  to 

Fourteenth 
Alta,  from  W  s  Sansome  bet  Union  and 

Filbert  to  point  W  of  Montgomery 
Alta  Alley  (now  Acme),  Seward  nr 

Douglass,  S  W  to  Grand  View  Av 
Alta  Plaza,  bet  Steiner,  Scott,  (3ay  and 

Jackson 

Alta  Vista,  from  N  a  Vallejo  bet  Mason 

and  'Taylor 
Altamont,  (now  Twin   Peaks  blvd), 
from  junction  Lincoln  and  St. 
Avs  S  Germain 
Alton  Av  (Forest  Hill  Court)  from  Ninth 

Av  to  Castenada  Av 
Alvarado,  from  W  s  San  Jose  Av  bet 
Twenty-second  and  Twenty-third, 
W  to  Grand  View  Av 
CroM  Sti.  N.  S. 

San  Jose  Avenue   2  1 

Guerrero   (c)  (c) 

Dolores   (cj  (c) 

CJiurch   (c)  (c) 

Sanchei   400  401 

Noe   500  501 

Castro   600  601 

Diamond   (c)  (c) 

Douglass   800  801 

Hoffman  Avenue   900  901 

Grand  View  Avenue          (e)  (e) 

Alviso  (Ingleside),  off  Holloway  Av  N 
to  Urbano  Drive,  bet  Ralston  and 
Monticello 
Alvord,  from  Evans  Av  S  W  to  (bounty 
Line 

Amador  (South  S.  F.),  from  the  bayVS 
of  Islais  to  Arthur  Av 

Amazon  Avenue(Excelsior  Homestead), 
from  Mission  nr  County  Line 

Ames,  from  S  s  Twenty-first  bet  Guer- 
rero and  Fair  Oaks,  S  to  Twenty- 
third 

Amherst  (University  Homestead),  from 
S  s  Silver  Av  bet  Princeton  and 
Yale 

Amity  Alley,  from  Ada  Court  nr  O'Far- 
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Andwion  (Bernal  Heights),  from  S  s 
Eimer&lda  Av  bet  EUsvrorth  and 
Moultrie 

Andovtr  (Bemal  Heights),  from  S  a 
Esmeralds  At  W  of  Moultrie 

Andrew,  off  Saa  Bruno  Av  near  Army 
S  W 

Angelic*,  from  S  Nineteenth  bet  Valen- 
cia and  Guerrero 

Ankeny  (Reis  Tract)  from  Cowden  E 
to  Sparta 

Ankeny  Place  (now  Anson) 

Anna  Lane  (now  Glasgow),  N  s  Eddy 
bet  Powell  and  Mason.  N  to  Ellis 

Annii,  from  S  s  Market  bet  New  Mont- 
gomery and  Third,  S  E  to  Mission 

Anun  E  s  Powell  bet  Sutter  and  Bush 

Anthony,  from  point  nr  Jessie  bet 
Ecker  and  Second,  S  E  to  Mission 

Anton,  off  Geary  from  Josephine  to 
Presidio  Av 

Antonio,  from  W  s  Jones  bet  Ellis  and 
O'Farrell 

Ann,  from  Arguello  Blvd  bet  Geary 

and  Balboa,  W  to  ocean.  For  Nos. 

see  Clement 
Apollo  (Silver  Terrace),  from  Thornton 

Av  S  to  Williams  Av 
Appliton  Avenue,  from  Mission  S  of 

CortUnd  Av,  S  E  to  Holly  Park 

Circle 

Arago.  N  W  of  San  Jose  A  v  from  Pauld- 
ing, S  W  to  Havelock 
Arbor  (Fainnount  Tract),  from  Dia- 
mond to  Sussex 
Arch  (City  Land  Association  Tract),  W 

of  San  Jose  Av  nr  County  Line 
Argent  Alley,  from  Grand  View  Av  N 
of  Twenty  third,  W  to  (Jorbett  Av 
Argentine  (South  S.  F.).  See  Sampson 
Arguello  Boulevard,  from  Presidio  Res- 
ervation S  to  Parnassus  Av.  For 
Nos.  see  Nineteenth  Av 
Arizona  (South  S.  F.),  from  the  bay, 

S  to  India  Basin 
Arkantat,  from  Sixteenth  bet  Connec- 
ticut and  Wisconsin,  S  to  Tulare 
Arleta  Avenue  (Reis  Tract)  bet  Teddy 
and  ilaymond  Avs,  from  San 
Bruno  Av,  W  to  Fay 
Arlington  (Fairmount  Tract),  from 
Charles  bet  Mission  and  Chenery, 
S  W  to  pt  W  of  Natick 
Arlington  Avenue  now  Ashton  Av 
Armstrong  Avenue,  from  Water  Front, 

N  W  to  WiUiams  Av 
Army,  from  the  bayS  of  Twenty-sixth, 

W  to  Fowler  Av 
Cro»«  SU.  N.  S. 

Wyoming     — 

Ohio   2 

Virginia   100 

New  York   200 

Massachusetts   300 

Delaware   400 

Maryland   500 

Louisiana   600 

Georgia   700 

Michigan   800 

Illinois   900 

Kentucky  1000 

Tennessee  1100 

Minnesota  1200 

Indiana  1300 

Iowa  1400 

Pennsylvania  1500 

Hiseisappi  1600 

Texas  1700 

Missouri  1800 

Connecticut  1900 

Arkansas  2000 

Wisconsin  2100 

Carolina  2200 

De  Haro  2J0O 

Rhode  IsUnd  2400 

Kansas  2500 

Vermont  2600 

San  Bruno  Avenue  2700 

Adam  

Army  St  North  

Holladay  Avenue   

York  2900 

Precita  Avenue   

Bryant  

Florid*  1000 

Alabama  

Harrinon  3100 


1 

101 
201 
301 
401 
501 
601 
701 
801 
901 
1001 
1101 
1201 
1301 
1401 
1601 
1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 
2001 
2101 
2201 
2801 
2401 
2501 
2601 
2701 


2801 
2901 


SOOl 


8101 


Folsom  1200  J201 

Shotwell  

Mission  S400  S401 

Bartlett    

ValencU  3500  3601 

San  Jose  Avenue  3600  8601 

Guerrero  8700  3701 

Dolores  3800  8801 

Church  3900  8901 

Sanchez  4000  4001 

Noe  4100  4101 

Castro  4200  4201 

Diamond  4300  4301 

Douglass  4400  4401 

Hoffman  Avenue  4500  4601 

Bellevue  4600  4601 

Burnett  Avenue ..  .4700  4701 
Twin  Peaks  "  ...4800  4801 
Kenyon  "    ...4900  4901 

Stanford  Heights  "  ...6000  6001 
Fowler  "    ...  (e)  (e) 

Army  Street  North  (now  Andrew) 
Arieniui,  E  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr  Iriaii 
Creek 

Arthur  Avenue,  from  Water  Front  N 

W  to  Islais  Creek 
Aih  Avenue  (now  Street),  from  W  § 
Larkin  bet  Fulton  and  McAllister 
W  to  Buchanan 
Crou  St3.  N.  8. 

Urkin   2  1 

Polk   100  101 

Van  Ness  Avenue   200  201 

Franklin   (c)  (c) 

Gough   (c)  (o) 

Octa'ia   600  601 

Laguna   600  601 

Buchanan   (e)  (e) 

Athburton  Place,  from  E  s  Grant  Av 

bet  Post  and  Sutter 
Athbury.  from  Fulton  bet  Masonic  Av 

and  Clayton,  S  to  Corbett  Av 
CroM  St3.  E.  W. 

Fulton   2  1 

Grove   100  101 

Haves   200  201 

Fell   (c)  (c) 

Oak   400  401 

Page   600  601 

Haight   600  601 

Waller   700  701 

Frederick   800  801 

Piedmont  —  (e) 

Congress    (e) 

Sixteenth  1000  1001 

Clayton   (e) 

Ashbury  Terrace  from  opp  Upper  Ter. 

west  bet  Masonic  Av  and  Clifford 
Ashton  Avenut  (Lake  View),  from 
Lake  View  Av  W  of  Jules  At,  N 
to  Oiean  Av 
Astor,Wof  San  BrunoAvnr  County  Line 
Ataiaya  Terrace  off  Fulton  nr  Masonic 
Av 

Athens  (Excelsior  Homestead),  from 

Madison  to  Amazon 
Atlii,  from  Octavia  bet  Franclaoo  and 

Bay  to  Laguna 
Auburn,  from  N  s  Jackson  bet  Mason 

and  Taylor,  N  to  Pacific 
August  Allay,  from  N  s  Green  bet 

Powell  and  Mason,  N  to  Union 
Augusta,  from  E  ■  San  Bruno  At  nr 

Silver  At 

Austin  Avenue  (now  Street),  from  W  a 
Larkin  bet  Bush  and  Pine,  W  to 
Octavia 

Crou  Stt.  N.  S. 

Larkin   2  1 

Polk   100  101 

Van  Nesa  Avenue   200  201 

Franklin   300  301 

Gough   400  401 

OcUvia   (e)  (e) 

Automobile  Boulavird,  from  Ocean  At 

S  nr  Ingleside  Race  Track 
Avalon  Avanua,  formerly  Japan  At 
(Excelsior  Homestead)  from  Li>- 
bon  bet  China  and  Peru  Ats 
Avery,  from  N  a  Geary  bet  Fillmore 

and  Steiner.  N  to  Post 
Avow,  from  Burnett  At  bet  Thirty- 
first  and  Thirty-eecond 
Azorsa  (South  S.  F.).    See  Twenty- 
ninth  At  South 
Aitat  (Bernal  Height*),  from  Com  At 


Baeha  (Bemal  Heights),  from  S  a  Oes- 
cent  Av  bet  Andover  and  Porter 

Bacon  (University  Homestead),  from 
La  Grande  Av  E  to  Cambridge  and 
from  University  to  San  Bruno  At 
bet  Wayland  and  Burrows 

Bmoh  Plaea  (now  Quincy) 

Btdan,  from  Circular  At  W  to  point 
nr  Mangels  Av 

Btdger  (Spring  Valley  Homestead), 
from  Springdale  W  of  Lamartine 

Btglay  Place  (now  Savings  Union 
Place) 

Bahama  (South  S.  F.).  See  Eighth 
At  South 

Baker,  from  N  s  Haight  bet  Broderick 

and  Lyon,  N  to  the  bay 
Crou  SU. 


Calvary  Ciemetery. 

Geary  

Poit  


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2000 

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2201 

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3801 

Baker  Avenue  (now  Barton,  South 
S.  F.) 

Balance,  from  N  s  Jackson  bet  Sansoms 
and  Montgomery,  N  to  Gold 

Balboa,  from  Arguello  Blvd  S  of  Ansa 
W  to  the  ocean.  For  Nos.  see 
Clement 

Balbo*  Square.  W  of  San  Jose  Av  from 

Havelock  to  Ocean  Av 
Baldwin  Court,  from  N  a  Folsom  bet 

Fremont  and  First 
Balmy,  from  S  s  Twenty-fourth  bet 

Harrison  and  Treat  Av,  S  to 

Twenty-fifth 
Bancroft  Avenue,  from  Water  Front, 

N  W  to  Thornton  Av 
Bank*  (Bernal  Heights),  from  Esmer- 
alda Av  bet  Prentiss  and  Folsom 
Bannam  Place,  from  N  e  Green  bet 

Grant  Av  and  Stockton.  N  to 

Union 

BarbadOH  (South  S.  F.).  See  Thirty- 
ninth  Av  South 

Barnavald  Avanua  (late  Railroad  Av), 
from  Islais  Oeek  S  to  Silver  At 

Barry  (now  Campbell  Av) 

Barstow,  from  Sixth  bet  Daggett  and 
Yuma 

Bartlett,  from  S  s  Twenty-first  bet 
Mission  and  Valencia,  S  to  Army 

Cr«M  Sit.  W.  E. 

Twentv-first   2  1 

Twenty-second   100  101 

Twentv-third   200  201 

Twenty-fourth   800  301 

Twenty-fifth   400  401 

Twenty-sixth   600  601 

Army   (e)  (e 

Bartlett  Aliav  (nnw  Beckett) 


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Bwtel,  from  Broadvay  bet  SanBome 

Hi  Montcomery,  to  point  N  of 
o  VaUejo 

Barton  (South  S.  F.),  E  of  San  Bruno 
Av  nr  IsUis  Creek 

Battery,  from  N  a  Market  bet  Front  and 
Sansome,  N  to  the  bay 

Crf$  SU.                       E.  W. 

Market  and  Bush               2  1 

Kne                         100  101 

CaUfomia                   200  201 

HaUeck  

Sacramento                  300  301 

Commercial  

Glay                           400  401 

Merchant  

Washineton                  500  501 

Oregon    

Jackson                       600  601 

Pacific                        700  701 

Broadway                    800  801 

VaUejo                        900  901 

Green  1000  1001 

Commerce    

Union  1100  1101 

Filbert  1200  1201 

Greenwich  1300  1301 

Lombard  and  The  Em- 

barcadero                   (e)  (e) 

Bauer  (Academy  Tract),  from  N  W  i 
Misaon  nr  Norton 

Bay,  from  the  bay  bet  Francisco  and 
North  Pomt,  W  to  Presidio  Reser- 
vation 

Crou  Sb.                        N.  S. 

The  Embarcadero             2  1 

Kearny                        SO  51 

Grant  Avenue                100  101 

Midway   

Stockton                      200  201 

PoweU                        300  301 

Mason                         400  401 

Taylor                        600  -501 

Jones                         600  601 

Columbus  Avenue  

Leavenworth                 700  701 

Hyde                         800  801 

Larkin                        900  901 

Polk  1000  1001 

Van  Ness  Avenue            (o)  1101 

Franklin                      (o)  1201 

Gough                         (o)  1301 

Octavia                       (o)  1401 

Laguna  1500  (o) 

Buchanan  1600  (o) 

Webster  1700  1701 

FiUmore  1800  1801 

Sterner  1900  1901 

Pierce  2000  2001 

Scott  2100  2101 

Divisadero  2200  2201 

Broderick  2300  2301 

Baker  2400  2401 

Lyon                           (e)  (e) 

Bay  Shore  Avenue  (Bay  Shore  Tract) 

from  point  nr  San  Bruno  Av  to 
point  nr  County  Line 

Bay  View  (late  Parnassus  Av),  from 
W  s  Railroad  Av  at  Revere  Av 

Bay  View  Place  (now  Black  Place) 

Beach,  from  the  bay  bet  North  Point 
and  Jefferson,  W  to  Presidio  Reser- 
vation 

CroM  SU.                        N.  8. 
Grant  Av  and  The  Em- 
barcadero                     2  1 

Stockton                      100  101 

Powdl                        200  201 

Mason                         300  301 

Taylor                        400  401 

Jones                         500  501 

Leavenworth                 600  601 

Columbus  Avenue   

Hyde                         700  701 

Larkin                        800  801 

Polk                           900  901 

Van  Ness  Avenue            (c)  (c) 

Government  Reservation 

Laguna  1400  1401 

Buchanan  1500  1501 

Webster  1600  1601 

Fillmore  1700  1701 

Steiner  1800  1801 

Pierce  1900  1901 

Scott  2000  2001 

Divisadero  2100  2101 


STEEET  AND  AVENUE  GUIDE 

Broderick  2200  2201 

Baker  2300  2301 

Lyon   (e)  (e) 

Beacon  (Fairmount  Tract),  from  Caatro 

S  of  Thirtieth 
Baals,  from  S  a  Market  bet  Main  and 

Fremont,  S  E  to  the  bay 
CroM  Sli.  W.  E. 

Market   2  1 

Mission   100  101 

Howard   200  201 

Folsom   300  301 

Beale  Place   

Harrison.  .   400  401 

Bryant   500  (o) 

Brannan     

The  Embarcadero   (e)  (e) 

Beale  Place,  from  E  »  Beale  bet  Fol- 
som and  Harrison 
Beaver,  from  W  s  Noe  bet  Fifteenth 
and  Sixteenth,  N  W  to  Fifteenth 
Beckett,  from  N  s  Jackson  bet  Kearny 

and  Grant  Av,  N  to  Pacific 
Bedford  Place,  from  N  ■  Jackson  bet 

Stockton  and  PoweU 
Beldeman,  from  N  s  EUis  bet  Scott  and 

Divisadero,  N  to  O'Farrdl 
Belcher,  from  S  s  Duboce  Av  bet 
CJhurch  and  Sanchez,  S  to  Four- 
teenth 

Belcher  Court  (now  Boynton  Ct) 

Belden,  from  N  s  Bush  bet  Montgomery 
and  Keaniy,  N  to  Pine 

Belgrave  Avenue  (Clarendon  Heights), 
from  Burnett  Av  N  of  (Clarendon 
Av,  W  to  Stanyan 

Belknap  Place,  from  N  ■  Sutter  be  La- 
guna and  Buchanan 

Bellair  Place,  from  N  s  Chestnut  bet 
Grant  Avenue  and  Stockton,  N  to 
Francisco 

Bella  Avenue,  off  Code  nr  County  Line 

Bellavua,  (now  Burham) 

Bellevue  Avenue,  S  E  of  Mission  near 

County  Line 
Belmont  Avenue,  from  Edgewood  At 

to  Willsrd  S  E 
Belmont  Place,  from  E  a  Seventh  bet 

Bryant  and  Brannan 
Belvedere,  from  S  s  Haight  bet  Clavton 

and  Cole.  S  to  Frederick  and  from 

Parnassus  Av,  S  to  Carmel 
Bemli  (Fairmount  Tract),  from  Beacon 

to  Castro 

Bennett,  from  Octavia  to  Laguna  bet 
Francisco  and  Bay 

Bennington  (Bernal  Heights),  from 
junction  Bocana  Av  and  Eugenia 
Av,  S  to  Hinhland  Av 

Benton  Avenue  (Bemal  Heights),  from 
W  B  Andover  S  of  Oescent  Av 

Benton,  now  Bennett 

Bergln  Alley,  from  W  a  Hyde  bet  Bay 
and  North  Point 

Berkeley  (Glen  Park  Terrace),  from 
Arbor  S  E  to  Diamond 

Berkeley  Avenue  (now  Treat  Av) 

Berkshire  (now  Bosworth) 

Berlin  (University  Homestead),  from 
Silver  Av  bet  Girard  and  Goet- 
tingen  S  now  Brussels 

Bermuda  (South  S.  F.).  See  Twenty- 
fourth  Av  South 

BKnal  (now  Shotwell),  from  Twenty- 
sixth  nr  Howard,  S  to  Precita  Av 

Bwnal  Avenue  (Bemal  Heights),  from 
Coso  Av  nr  Coleridge  Av,  E  to 
Shotwell 

Bernard,  from  W  s  Taylor  bet  Pacific 
and  Broadway,  W  to  Leavenworth 

Crou  Stt.  N.  S. 

Taylor   2  1 

Jones   100  101 

Leavenworth   (e)  (e) 

Bernlee,  from  S  a  Twelfth  bet  Folsom 
and  Harrison,  S  W  to  Thirteenth 

Berry,  from  the  bay  bet  King  and 
Channel,  S  W  to  De  Haro 

CroM  SU.  N.  S. 

The  Embarcadero   

Second   2  1 

Thfard   100  101 

Fourth   200  201 

Fifth   300  301 

Sixth   400  401 


Seventh   600  601 

Division    

DeHaro   (e)  (e) 

Berry  Pe  (now  Harlan  PI.;,  from  W  a 

Mary  Lane  bet  Sutter  and  Bush 
Bertlta,  W  a  Mission  off  Mohawk  Av 

N  one  block 
Berwick  Place,  from  point  nr  Heron 

bet  Seventh  and  Eighth,  S  E  to 

Harrison 

Benia  Avenue  (now  street),  extension 
of  Precita  Av  from  Folsom  W  to 
Monteiuma 

Beta  (now  Rutland),  (Reis  Tract)  from 
Leiand  Av  N  to  Harknees  Av 

Beulah,  from  Cole  bet  Waller  and 
Frederick  W  to  Stanyan 

Beverly,  from  Holloway  Av  N  to  Sar- 
gent nr  Monticello 

BIgelew,  W  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr  (>>unty 
Line 

Biggs,  E  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr  Islaie 
Creek 

Billings  Place  (now  Napier  Al) 

Birch  Avenue  (now  street),  from  W  a 
Larkin  bet  Grove  and  Fulton,  W 

CroM  SU.  N.  S. 

Larkin   2  1 

Polk   (c)  (c) 

Van  Ness  Avenue   200  201 

Franklin   (c)  (c) 

Gough   (c)  (c) 

Octavia   500  501 

Laguna   600  601 

Buchanan   700  701 

Bird  Avenue  (now  street),  E  from 
Dearborn  bet  Seventeenth  and 
Eighteenth 

Bishop,  from  Harkness  Av  N  to  Ankeny 

Bismarck,  W  from  San  Jose  Av  to  De 
Long  Av  nr  County  Line 

Bixbee.  See  Byxbee 

Bixby,  from  Holloway  Ave  N  bet  Mon- 
ticello and  Ralston 

Black  Place,  from  N  s  Union  bet  Jones 
and  Leavenworth 

Blackstone,  from  Franklin  bet  Green- 
wich and  Lombard 

Blaine  (Bemal  Heights,  now  Eugenia 
Av),  from  Prentiss  nr  Ck>rtland„Av 

Blair,  from  Qrand  View  Av  and  A  me 
N  to  Stanton 

Blak*  (late  Ferrie),  from  Laurel  Hill 
Cemetery  bet  (Tollins  and  Cook,  8 
to  St  Rose's 

Blanche  Alley  (now  street),  from  point 
N  of  Twenty-third  bet  Vicksburg 
and  Sanchez,  S  to  Elizabeth 

Bluxeme,  from  First  to  Japan  and  W  a 
Fourth  bet  Brannan  and  Town- 
send,  to  Sixth 

Boalt  from  Custer  to  County  LjOe 

Beardman  Place,  from  Ss  Bry  ant  bet 
Sixth  and  Seventh,  S  E  to  Brannan 

Bocani(Bernal  Heights),  from(kiso  Av, 
8  W  to  Holly  Park 

Boise  (Bemal  Heights,  now  Peralta 
Av),  from  S  ■  Powhattan  or  Holla- 
day  Av 

BollvU  (South  S.  F.).  See  Forty-ninth 

Av  South 
Bond  (now  Plum) 
Bend  Alley  (now  Brand  Alley) 
Bone  Alley.   See  Green  Place, 
BonlU,  from  W  s  Polk  bet  Vallejo  and 

Green 

Bonview  (Bemal  Heights),  from  Coso 

Av  bet  Elsie  and  Bocana  S  W  to 

Cortland  Av 
Borleo  (Ingleside),  bet  Urbano  Drive 

nr  Holloway  Av 
Boston  Place,  from  E  a  First  bet  Folsom 

and  Harrison 
Bosworth,  from  W  a  Mission  S  of 

Oescent  Av 
Bourbin  Place  (now  street),  frem  N  > 

Eddy  bet  Sterner  and  Pierce,  N  to 

Ellis 

Bourbon  (now  Bristol) 
Bourne,  E  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr  Islais 
(^reek 

Boutwell  (South  S.  F.),  from  Islaii 

Creek,  S  to  Augusta 
Bow  (Reis  Tract),  from  Cambridge,  N 

to  Hoyt 

Bowdoln  (University  Homestead),  from 
S  s  Silver  Av  W  of  Hamilton 


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Bowie  Avanua  (now  Kisding) 

Bowlet  PItct  (now  TonninKsen  Place), 

Boye*.  from  Laurel  Hill  Cemetery  bet 

Cook  and  Parker  At,  S  to  St 

Rose's 

Boyd,  from  Chealey  bet  Harrison  and 
Bryant 

Boyliton,  from  S  s  Rickard  W  of  Mer- 
rill to  Silver  At 
Boynton  Court,  from  S  s  Fourteenth  bet 

Church  and  Sanchez 
Bradford  (Bernal  Heights),  from  Es- 
meralda At  E  of  Carver,  S  to 
Crescent  At 
Brtdloy  Court  (off  Bryant),  bet  Stirling 

and  Rincon  PI 
Brady,  from  S  s  Market  bet  Twelfth  and 

Valencia,  8  E  to  Otis 
Brady  Place.   See  Rockland 
Brannan,  from  the  bay  bet  Bryant  and 

Townsend,  S  W  to  Potrero  At 
CroM  SU.  N.  S. 

The  Embarcadet*     

Beale   2  1 

Fremont...   100  101 

First   200  201 

Dover    

Japan   

Second   iOO  »1 

Stanford   

Center  Place    

Third   *00  401 

Riteh  

Zoe    

Fourth   600  601 

Fifth   aOO  601 

Sixth   700  701 

Harriet  

Lnieme   

Boardman  Place    

Butte  Pisco   

GUbert  

SoTenth   800  801 

LangtoD   

Eiriith   000  901 

Ninth  1000  1001 

Dore    

Potrero  At   (o)  (o) 

Brant  Alley,  from  S  s  Greenwich  bet 

Stockton  and  Powell 
Brannan  Place  (now  Butte  PI) 
Brazil  Avenue  (Excelsior  Homeatesd), 

from  Mistdon  S  of  China  At 
Breen  Place,  N  from  McAllister  bet 

Hyde  and  Larkin 
Brenhann  Place,  from  N  ■  CUt  bet 
Kearny    and  Grant  At,  N  to 
Washington 
Brewiter  (Bernal  Heights),  from  Isabel 

8  W  to  Esmeralda  At 
Brice  Terrace,  from  W  s  Bryant  be< 

Twentieth  and  Twenty-first 
Bridge  Place,  from  S  s  Broadway  bet 

Leavenworth  and  Hyde 
Bright  (City  Land  Association  Tract) 
W  of  San  Jose  At  nr  County  Line 
Brighton  Avenue  (Lake  View),  from 

Lake  View  At  N  to  Ocean  At 
Bristol,  E  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr  Precita 
,  Creek 

BrKlon,  W  of  San  Bruno  At  nr  County 
Line 

Broad  (Railroad  Homestead),  W  of  San 
Jose  At  nr  County  Line 

Broad't  Place,  from  N  s  Bush  bet  Hyde 
and  Larkin 

Broadway,  from  the  bay  bet  Pacific  and 
Vallejo,  W  to  Preiidio  ReserTatioa 

Crou  Sit.  N.  8. 

The  Embaroadero   2  1 

DaTie  

Front   100  101 

Battery   200  201 

SteTens  Alley   

Bansome   900  SOI 

Osgood  Plaeo   

Bartol  

Montgomery   400  401 

Rowland   

Kearny   600  601 

Pincknoy  Place    

Columbus  Avenue  

Grant  ATeoue   600  801 

Pclton  Place   

Duncan's  Court    

Stockton   700  701 

Cordelia   


STREET  AND  AVENUE  GUIDE 

Churchill    

PoweU   800  801 

Wayne  Place   

Mason   900  901 

Salmon   

Himmelmann  Place   

Taylor  1000  1001 

Jones  1100  1101 

Leavenworth  1200  1201 

Cyrus  Place   

Bridge  Place   

Hyde  1300  1301 

Morrell  Place   

Larkin  .1400  1401 

Polk  1600  1601 

Van  Ness  Avenue  1600  1601 

FrankUn  1700  1701 

Gough...  1800  1801 

Octavia  1900  1901 

Laguna  2000  2001 

Buchanan  2100  2101 

Webster  2200  2201 

Fillmore  2J00  2301 

Steiner  2400  2401 

Pierce  2800  2601 

Scott  2600  2601 

Divisadero  2700  2701 

Broderick  2800  2801 

Baker  2900  2901 

Lyon   (e)  (e) 

Broderick,  from  N  a  TTaller  bet  Div- 
isadero and  Baker,  N  to  the  bay 

Crou  Stt.  E.  W. 

Waller   2 

Haight   100  101 

Page   200  201 

Oak   300  301 

Fell   400  401 

Hayes   600  801 

Grove   600  601 

Fulton   700  701 

McAUister   800  801 

Golden  Gate  Avenae....  900  901 

Turk  1000  1001 

Eddy  1100  1101 

EllU  1200  1201 

O'Farrell  1300  1301 

Geary  1400  1401 

Garden  

Post  1800  1501 

Sutter  1600  1601 

Bush  1700  1701 

Pine  1800  1801 

CJalifomia  1900  1901 

Sacramento  2000  2001 

Qay  2100  2101 

Washington  2200  2201 

Jackson  2300  2301 

Pacific  Avenue  2400  2401 

Brtjadway  2500  2501 

Vallejo  2600  2601 

Green  2700  2701 

Union  2800  2801 

FUbert  2900  2901 

Greenwich  3000  3001 

Lombard  3100  3101 

(3iertnut  3200  3201 

Francisco  3300  3301 

Bay  8400  8401 

North  Point  3500  8501 

Beach  3600  3601 

Jefferson  3700  3701 

Tonquin  3800  3801 

Lewis  3900  3901 

Bromley  Place,  from  E  s  Webster  bet 
JackEon  and  Pacific  At 

Brompton  Avsnje,  from  point  nr  Bos- 
worth  S  to  point  nr  Mangels  At 

Brente  (Bernal  Height^,  from  8  a 
Cortland  At  bet  Bradford  and 
Putnam 

Brook,  from  W  s  Mission  nr  Cortland  At 
Brooklyn  Place,  from  S  §  Sacramento 

bet  Grant  Av  and  Stockton 
Bretnan,  from  W  t  Valencia  bet 

Thirteenth  and  Fourteenth,  W  to 

Guerrero 

Brown,  W  of  San  Bruno  At  nr  County 
Line 

Bruce  Avenue  (Lake  View),  from  Har- 
old At  E 

Bruce  Place  (now  Brush  PI),  from  Hal- 
lam  nr  Folsom 

Brunswick  (West  End  Homestead),  S 
E  of  Mission  nr  County  Line 

Bruih  Plurll  frnm  TI(ill»m  nr  Vnlonm 


Brussel  (formerly  Berlin)  (University 
Homestead)  from  Silver  Av  bet 
Girard  and  Goettingen,  S.  to  San 
Bruno  Av. 

Bryant,  from  the  bay  bet  Harrison  and 
Brannan,  S  W  to  Eleventh,  thence 
S  to  Army 

Croit  iSb.                        N.  8 

The  Embaroadero     

Spear                            2  1 

Main  

Beale                          100  101 

Fremont                      200  201 

First                          300  301 

EUery   

Rincon  Place    

Sterling  Place    

Second                        400  401 

Center  Place   

Third                         500  601 

Ritch   

Zoe   

Fourth                        600  601 

Fifth                          700  701 

Oak  Grove    

Morris  

Sixth                          800  801 

Harriet  

Boardman  Place   

Gilbert   

Seventh                       900  901 

Langton  

Chesley    

Victor   

Kate   

Decatur   

Eighth  1000  1001 

Converse  

Ninth...  1100  1101 

Dore  

Tenth  1200  1201 

Juniper    

W  E 

EleTentJi  1300  1301 

DiTision  1400  1401 

AUmeda  1500  1501 

Fifteenth  1600  1601 

Sixteenth  1700  1701 

Seventeenth  1800  1801 

Mariposa  1900  1901 

Eighteenth  2000  2001 

Nineteenth  2100  2101 

Twentieth  2200  2201 

Brice  Terrace    

Twenty-first  2300  2301 

Twenty-second  2400  2401 

Twenty-third  2500  2501 

Twenty-fourth  2600  2601 

Twenty-fifth  2700  2701 

Twenty-sixth  2800  2801 

Army                          (e)  (e) 

Bryant  Avenue  (now  Bryant  Street), 

from  Division  S  to  Army 
Bryant  Court  (now  Bradley  Court) 
Bryant  Terrace  (now  Brice  Terrace) 
Buchanan,  from  N  a  Market  and  Du- 
boce  Ave  bet  Laguna  and  Webster, 
N  to  the  bay 

Crou  SU.                        E.  W. 

Market  and  Duboce  Av . .     2  I 

Hermann                     100  101 

Waller                        200  201 

Laussat   

Haight                        300  301 

Page                          400  401 

LUy  

Oak                           600  601 

Hickory  

Fell                          600  601 

Linden  

Hayes                         700  701 

iTy  

Grove                         800  801 

Birch  

Fulton                        900  901 

Ash    

McAUister  1000  1001 

Golden  Gate  Avenue ....  1 100  1101 

Turk   1200  1201 

Larch   

Eddv  1300  1301 

Willow  

Ellis  1400  1401 

Olive    

O'FarreU  1500  1501 

Cunning  Clourt  

r,e»rv  1600  1601 


PACIFIC  FOUNDRY  COMPANY 


18th  and  Harrison  Sts. 


Phone  Mission  1105 


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ILG.  HEMES      Machine  Tools 


Buchanan — (Continued) 

Post  1700  1701 

Sutter  1800  1801 

Bush  1900  1901 

Pine  2000  2001 

CaUfornia  2100  2101 

Sacramento  2200  2201 

a»y  2800  2301 

Washington  2400  2401 

Jackson  2500  2501 

Pacific  Avenue  2600  2601 

Broadway  2700  2701 

VaUejo  2800  2801 

Green  2900  2901 

Union  3000  3001 

FUbert  3100  3J01 

Piiley   

Greenwich  8200  3201 

Moulton   

Lombard  3300  3301 

Chestnut   (c)  (c) 

Lobos  Square  

Bay  3600  8601 

NorthPoint  3700  8701 

Beach  3800  3801 

Jefferson  3900  8901 

Tonquin  4000  4001 

Lewis   (e)  (e) 

Buchanan  Allsy.  See  Maiden  Alley. 

Buckman,  from  K  s  Fifteenth  E  of 
Dolores 

Buell  (University  Homestead),  from 

La  Grande  Av,  S  to  Dwight 
Butna  Vitta  (now  Bonview,  Bemal 

Heists),  from  Coso  At  bet  Elsie 

and  Bocana,  S  W  to  Cortland  At 
Buena  Vlita  Avenue  (late  Park  Road), 

surrounding  Buena  Vista  Park 
Buena  VItU  Park.  S  of  Haight  bet 

Broderick  and  Central  Av 
Buena  Viita  Square,  bet  Twentieth, 

Twenty-first,  Vermont  and  Utah 
Buena  Viita  Terrace,  from  junction 

Buena  Vista  Av  and  Duboce  Av,  S 
Bulah.   See  Beulah 
Bureham  Place,  from  W  s  Leavenworth 

bet  Golden  (Jate  Av  and  Tiurk 
Burgeyne  Place,  from  S  s  Pacific  bet 

Leavenworth  and  Hyde 
Burke,  from  Water  Front  N  W  to  Islais 
Burnett  Avenue,  now  Bigler  Av.  from 

Belgrave  Av  nr  Clarendon  Av,  S 

to  Melrose  Av 
Burnham,  From  Elizabeth  W  of  Hoff- 
man S  to  Thirtieth 
Burnt  Place,  W  e  Eleventh  N  of 

Folsom 

Burnslde  (new  Bishop,  Reis  Tract), 

from  Harkness  N  to  Ankeny 
Burntid*  Avenue,  from  Glen  Av  S 

across  Bosworth  to  Mangels  Av 
Burritt  from  8  s  Bush  bet  Stockton 

and  Powell 
BurrowifUniveroty  Homestead),  from 

W  s  Charter  Oak  Av  S  of  Felton 
Buih,  from  N  s  Market  bet  Sutter  and 


Cross  SU. 
Market. 


STREET  AND  AVENUE  GUIDE 

Franklin  1600  1601 

Gough  1700  1701 

Octavia  1800  1801 

Laguna  1900  1901 

Buchanan  2000  2001 

Webster  2100  2101 

Cottage  Row   

FiUmore  2200  2201 

Steiner  :...2800  2801 

Pierce  2400  2401 

Scott  2500  2501 

Divisadero  2600  2601 

Broderick  2700  2701 

Baker  2800  2801 

Lyon  2900  2901 

Presidio  Avenue   (e)  (e) 

Buih  Stratt  Place,  from  N  s  Bush  bet 

Powell  and  Mason 
Butler(now  MontcaIm),betFeraUa  Ave 

and  Tomasa  W  of  HoUaday  Ave 
Butts  Place,  from  S  s  Brannan  bet 

Sixth  and  Seventh 
Byiniton  Avenue  (now  street),  from 

W  s  Webster  bet  Ellis  and  O'Far- 

rell,  W  to  Fillmore 
Byrne,  E  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr  Islais 

(>eek 

Byron  (Bemal  Heights,  now  Brewster), 
from  Isabel  S  W  to  Rutledge 

Byxbee  (City  Land  Association  Tract), 
W  of  San  Jose  Av  nr  County  Line 

C  (now  Cabrillo) 

C  South  (now  Coleman),  from  Water 

Front  S  W  to  County  Line 
Cabot  (Bemal  Heights),  from  Fran- 

conia  N  W  to  Peralta  Av 
Cabrillo,  from  Arguello  Blyd  S  of 

Balboa,  W  to  Ocean 
Cross  Sts.  N. 

Arguello  Blvd   2 

Second  Avenue   100 


Third 

Fourth 

Fifth 

Sixth 

Seventh 

Eighth 

Ninth 


200 
300 
400 
600 
600 
700 
800 


S. 
1 

101 
201 
301 
401 
601 
601 
701 
801 
901 
1001 
1101 


Tenth  Avenue   900 

Eleventh  "   1000 

Twelfth    •   1100 

For  Nos.  West  of  Twelfth  see  Gement 
Cadell  Alley,  from  N  i  Union  bet 

Grant  Av  and  Stockton 
Calne  Avenue  from  Ridge  Lane  S  to 
Lobos  bet  San  Jose  and  Majestic 
Avs 

Calaveras  (South  S.  F.},  from  the  bay 

bet  Amador  and  Mendocino,  W 

to  Arthur  At 
Caledonia  Allsy  (now  street),  from 

Fifteenth  bet  Julian  At  and  Va- 

leacla,  S  to  Sixteenth 
Calhoun,  from  N  s  Green  bet  Sansome 

and  Montgomery  N  to  Union 
California,  from  junction  Market  and 


Sansome  

Treasury  Place. 


Trinity  

Russ  Alley  

Belden  

Keamy  

St.  George  Alley. 

CJaude  Lane  

Mark  Lane  

Grant  Avenue  

Chatham  Place.. . 


Burritt  

Monroe  

Chelsea  Place . 


Bush  Street  Place . 


Taylor. 
Jones. . 


Hyde  

Broad's  Place. 


Polk  

Van  Ness  Avenue. 


N. 

S. 

W  to  Thirty-third  At 

CroM  Sts. 

N. 

S. 

100 

101 

Market  and  Drunun . . . 

.  2 

1 

200 

201 

100 

101 

Front  

200 

201 

300 

301 

300 

301 

400 

401 

500 

501 

400 

401 

600 

601 

501 

700 

701 

600 

601 

800 

801 

700 

701 

900 

901 

800 

801 

1000 

1001 

900 

901 

1000 

1001 

1100 

1101 

1100 

1101 

1200 

1201 

1200 

1201 

1300 

1301 

1300 

1301 

Hyde  

1400 

1401 

1400 

1401 

1500 

1501 

1500 

1501 

Pdk  

1600 

1601 

Van  Ness  Avenue  1700 

Franklin  1800 

Gough  1900 

Octavia  2000 

Laguna  2100 

Buchanan  2200 

Webster  2300 

Middle   

Fillmore  2400 

Steiner  2500 

Pierce  2600 

Scott  2700 

Divisadero  2800 

Broderick  2900 

Baker  3000 

Lyon  3100 

Presidio  Avenue  3200 

Walnut  3300 

Laurel  3400 

Locust  3500 

Spruce  3600 

Maple  3700 

Parker  Avenue   

Commonwealth  Avenue   

Cherry  3800 

Jordan  Avenue   

Pahn  "    

Arguello  Blvd  3900 

Second  Avenue  4000 

Third       "   4100 

Fourth      "   4200 

Fifth        "   4300 

Sixth       "   4400 

Seventh    ."   4500 

Eighth  Avenue  4600 

Ninth       "   4700 

Tenth       "  4800 

Eleventh    "   4900 

Twelfth     "   5000 

Thirteenth"   6100 

Fourteenth"   5200 

Fifteenth  "   5300 

Sixteenth  "   5400 

Seventeenth  Avenue  5500 


1701 
1801 
1901 
2001 
2101 
2201 
2301 

2401 
2501 
2601 
2701 
2801 
2901 
3001 
3101 

(0) 
(0) 

(o) 
(o) 
Jo) 

3701 


3801 

3901 
4001 
4101 
4201 
4301 
4401 
4501 
4601 
4701 
4801 
4901 
5001 
5101 
5201 
5301 
5401 
6501 
5601 
5701 
5801 
6901 
6001 
6101 
6201 
6301 
6401 
6501 
6601 
6701 
6801 
6901 
7001 
(e) 


Eighteenth  "  ...  .5600 
Nineteenth  "  ....6700 
Twentieth  "  ...  .5800 
Twenty-first     "    ...  .5900 

Twenty-second  "   6000 

Twenty-third  "  ....6100 
Twenty-fourth  *  ....6200 
Twenty-fifth     "  ....6300 

Twenty-six      "   6400 

Twenty-seven   "   6500 

Twenty-eight    "  ....6600 
Twenty-ninth   "  ....6700 
Thirtieth         "  ....6800 
Thirty-first  ATenue  . . .  .6900 
Thirty-second   "    ...  .7000 
Thirty-third      "  ....(e) 
California  Avenue  (now  Coleridge) 
California  South  (now  Cornwall) 
Calumet  Place,  from  W  s  FiUmore  bet 

Pine  and  California 
Cambridge,  from  S  s  Silver  Av  bet  Yale 

and  Oxford,  S  to  Mansell 
Cameron  Allsy,  from  N  s  Washington 

bet  Grant  Av  and  Stockton 
Camino  del  Mar  bet  Lake  and  the  bay, 
from  Twenty-fourth  Av  to  Thirty- 
third  Av 

Camp,  from  W  s  Albion  Av  bet  Six- 
teenth and  Seventeenth,  W  to 
Guerrero 

Campbell  (Reis  Tract),  bet  Teddy  Av 

and  Wilde,  from  Hoyt  to  Alpha 
Campbell  Avenue,  from  W  s  San  Bruno 

kv  nr  County  Line 
Campton  Place,  from  W  s  Grant  Av  bet 

Post  and  Sutter,  W  to  Stockton 
Canal,  from  E  s  Mission  nr  Silver  At 
Canning  Court,  from  E  s  Buchanan  bet 

O'Farrell  and  Geary 
Cannon.  See  Hampshire 
Capistrano  Avenue,  off  San  Jose  Av,  S 

W  to  Santa  Ynez  Av 
Capitol  Avenue,  from  Palmetto  Av  bet 

Plymouth  and  Oriiaba  Avs,  N  to 

Ocean  Av 

Capp,  from  S  s  Fifteenth  bet  Howard 
and  Mission,  S  to  Serpentine  Av 

Cross  Sts.  W  E. 

Fifteenth   2  1 

Adair   

Sixteenth   100  101 

Seventeenth   200  201 

Eighteenth   300  301 


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Nineteenth   400  401 

Twentieth  SCO  501 

Twenty-first   600  601 

Twenty-second   700  701 

Twentv-third   800  80l 

Twenty-fourth   900  90i 

Twenty-fifth  1000   100 1 

Twenty-sixth  1100  UOi 

Card  Alley,  from  W  a  Stockton  be 

Vallejo  and  Green 
Ctrl,  from  Clayton  S  of  Frederick,  W  to 
Aiguello  Blvd  1 
Carloi,  from  S  s  O'Fnrrell  bet  Powe 

and  Mason 
Carmal,  from  Clayton  bet  Seventeenth 

and  Eiehteenth  W 
Carmellta  (late  Primrose),  from  Du- 
boce  Park  bet  Pierce  and  Scott,  N 
to  Waller 

Carmine  Place,  from  E  s  Powell  bet 

Jackson  and  Pacific 
Carolina,  from  Alameda  bet  Wisconsin 

and  De  Haro,  S  to  Tulare 
Carolina  (now  Harriet),  from  S  a  Folsom 

between  Sixth  and  Seventh 
Caroline  (now  Dore),  from  S  s  Howard 

bet  Ninth  and  Tenth 
Carolina  Place  (now  C^mine  Place) 
Carr,  from  Paul  Av  bet  Railroad  At 

and  Gould,  S  to  Salinas  Av 
Carria,  from  Chenery  opposite  Castro, 

S  to  Wilder 
Carroll  Avanua,  from  County  Line  N  W 

to  Thornton  Av 
Canon,  from  W  s  Douglass  bet  Nine- 
teenth and  Seward,  N  to  Eagle 
Carter,  W  to  San  Bruno  Av  nr  (bounty 

Line 

Carthagana  (South  S.  F.).  See  Forty- 
ei^th  Av  South 

CarvK  (Bemal  Heights),  from  Es- 
meralda Av,  S  to  Powhattan 

CaM,  from  W  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr  head 
Islais  Creek 

Caialll  Avanua,  from  Douglass  nr  Nine- 
teenth to  (Jorbett  Av 

Castenada  Avenue  (Forest  Hill),  off 
Pacheco  nr  end  of  Seventh  Ave 
(Sunset) 

Caitro,  from  S  a  Duboce  Ave  W  of 
Noe,  S  to  Chenery 

CroM  Sit.  W.  E. 

Duboce  Avenue   2  1 

Fourteenth   100  101 

Henry  

Fifteenth   200  201 

Tilden    

Beaver   

Sixteenth   300  301 

States  

Market  

SevenUenth   400  401 

Eighteenth   500  601 

NinUenth   600  601 

Twentieth   700  701 

Liberty   

Twenty-first   800  801 

Hill   

Twenty-second   900  901 

Alvarado  1000  1001 

Twenty-third  1100  1101 

EUaabeth   1200  1201 

Twenty-fourth  1 300    1 30 1 

Jersey  1400  1401 

Twenty-fifth  1500  1501 

Clipper  1600  1601 

Twenty-sixth  1700  1701 

Army  1800  1801 

Twenty-seventh  1900  1901 

Duncan  2000  2001 

Twenty-eighth  2100  2101 

Valley  2200  2201 

Twenty-ninth  2300  2301 

Day  2400  2401 

Thirtieth  2500  2501 

Beacon     

Thirty-first  2600  2601 

El  Monte    2701 

Beacon   

Addison    2801 

Bemis  i900   

Sussex  3000   

Laidley     

Surrey  3100   

Chenery   (e)  (e) 


Cayuga  Avanua  (West  End  'Sract), 

from  Ocean  Av  W  of  Mission 
Cadar  (now  Ceylon) 
Cadar  Avanua  (now  street),  from  W  s 
Larkin  bet  Geary  and  Post,  W  to 
Laguna.   (Some  buildings  are  in- 
correctly numbered.) 
Cf»»»  St».  N.  S. 

Larkin   2  1 

Polk   100  101 

Van  Ness  Avenue   (c)  (c) 

Franklin   (c)  (c) 

Gough   (c)  (c) 

Octavia   500  601 

Laguna   (e)  (e) 

Cedar  Lane.   See  Clarion  Alley 
Cadro  Avenue  (Ingleside),  from  Ocean 
Ave  W  bet  (Serritos  Ave  and  Pa- 
loma  Ave 

Canter  (now  Sixteenth),  from  the  bay 
bet  Fifteenth  and  Seventeenth,  W 
to  Harrison 
Canter  Place,  from  S  s  Bryant  bet 
Second  and  Third,  S  to  Brannan 
Central  Avenue,  from  Buena  Vista  Av 
W  of  Lyon,  N  to  Calvary  Ometery 
CroM  SU.  E.  W. 

Buena  Vista  Avenue. ...     2  1 

WaUer   50  61 

Haight   100  101 

Page   200  201 

Oak   (c)  (c) 

Golden  Gate  Park   

FeU   400  401 

Hayes   500  601 

Grove   600  601 

Fulton   700  701 

McAUister   800  801 

Golden  Gate  Avenue. ...  900  901 

Turk   (c)  (c) 

Calvary  Ometery  

Central  Court  (now  Conway  Ct) 

Central  Place  (now  St.  Anne) 

Carai  (Silver  Terrace),  from  Thornton 

AvSW  to  Williams  Av 
Cerritot  Avenue  (Ingleside),  from  Ocean 
Ave  W  bet  C!edro  Ave  and  Urbano 
Drive 

Cayloa  from  N  s  Clay  bet  Davis  and 

Front,  N  to  Washington 
Chambari,  from  E  a  Front  bet  Pacific 

and  Broadway 
Chambari  Place.   See  Greenwich  Place 
Channel,  from  the  bay  bet  Berry  and 

Hooper,  S  W  to  Eighth 
Chapultepac  (Bernal  Heights),  now 

Winfield  Avenue,  from  Coso  Av 

bet  Prospect  Ave  and  Elsie,  S  W 

to  Cortland  Av 
Charity,  E  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr  Islais 

Creek 

Charles  (Fairmount  Tract),  from  W  s 
Mission  nr  Highland  Av,  W  to 
Chenery 

Charlettown  (late  Charles  Place),  from 
N  s  Harrison  bet  Hawthorne  and 
Second 

Charlton  Court  from  S  >  Union  bet 

Laguna  and  Buchanan 
Charter  Oak  Avenue,  from  Islais  Creek 

E  of  San  Bruno  Av,  S  to  Paul  Tract 
Chase  Court,  from  Colusa  Place  bet 

&)lton  and  Otis,  W 
Chatham  Place,  from  N  s  Bush  bet 

Grant  Av  and  Stockton 
Chattanooga,  from  S  s  Twenty-first  bet 

Dolores  and  Church,  S  to  Jersey 
Chatterton  Place,  from  Michigan  be 

Twenty-first  and  Twenty-second 
Chelsea  Place,  from  S  s  Bush  bet  Stock- 
ton and  Powell 
Chenery    (Fairmount    Tract),  from 

Thirtieth  nr  Church,  S  and  S  W 
Cherry,  from  Presidio  Reservation  bet 

Maple  and  .\rguello  Blvd,  8  to 

California 

CroM  SU.  F,.  W. 

Presidio  Reservation   2  1 

Jackson   100  101 

Washington   200  201 

Clay   300  301 

Sacramento   400  401 

California   (e)  (e) 

Cherubusco  (Bernal  Heights,  now 
Elsie),  from  Coso  Av  S  W  to 
Cortland  Av 


Chatlay,  from  S  s  Harrison  bet  Seventh 
and  Eighth,  S  E  to  Bryant 

Chester  Avenue,  off  Sargent  S  to  County 
Line 

Chestnut,  from  the  bay  bet  Lombard 
and  Francisco,    W   to  Presidio 
Reservation 
Cross  Stt.  N. 

Sansome   2 

Montgomery   100 

Winthrop   

Kearny   200 

Grant  Avenue   300 

Bellair  Place  

Stockton   400 

Chestnut  Alley  

PoweU   500 

Mason   600 

Columbus  Avenue   700 

Taylor  

Jones  800 

Leavenworth   900 

Hyde  1000 

Larkin  1100 

Polk  1200 

Van  Ness  Avenue  1300 

Franklin  1400 

Gough  1500 

OcUvia  1600 


S. 
1 

101 


201 
301 


401 


501 
601 


Laguna   (o) 

Buchanan   (o) 


701 
801 
901 
1001 
1101 
1201 
1301 
1401 
1601 
1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 
2001 
2101 
2201 
2301 
2401 
2501 
2601 
(e) 


Webster  1900 

Fillmore  2000 

Steiner  2100 

Pierce  2200 

Scott  2300 

Divisadero  2400 

Broderick  2500 

Baker  2600 

Lyon   (e) 

Chestnut  Allay,  from  N  s  Chestnut  bet 

Stockton  and  Powell 
Child,  from   Telegraph  Place  be 
Kearny  and  Grant  Av,  N  to  Lom 
bard 

Chilton  Avanua,  S  of  Glen  At  nr 
Arcadia  Av 

China  (South  S.F.)  from  Water  Front 
nr  Coleman,  to  Custer  Av 

China  Avenue.   See  Excelsior  Avenue 

Clilia  Basin,  bet  4th,  South  side  Chan- 
nel. 

Chula  Lane,  from  W  s  Dolores  bet 
Sixteenth  and  Seventeenth,  W  to 
Church 

Church,  from  Hermann  bet  Dolores 
and  Sanchez,  S  to  Thirtieth 

Cross  Sit.  W.  E 

Hermann   2  1 

Duboce  Avenue   100  101 

Reservoir   

Fourteenth   200 

Market  

Fifteenth   300 

Sixteenth   400 

C!hula  Lane   

Seventeenth   500 

Dorland  

Eighteenth   600 

Hancock  

Nmeteenth   700 

Cumberland  

Twentieth   800 

Liberty   

Twenty-first   900 

Twenty-second  1000 

Twentv-third  1100 

Elisabeth  

Twenty-fourth  1200 

Jersey .... 

Twenty-fifth!!'. !l300 

CSipper  

Twenty-sixth  1400 

Army  

Twenty-seventh  1500 

Duncan  

Twentv-eighth  1600 

Vallev  

Twenty-ninth  1700 

Dav  

Thirtieth   (e) 

Church  Avenue  (now  Churchill),  from 
N  8  Broadway  bet  Stockton  and 
Powell,  N  to  Vallejo 
Church  Place  (now  Edith) 


201 

801 
401 

501 

601 

701 

801 

901 
1001 
1101 

1201 

1301 

1401 

1501 

leoi 

1701 
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Churchill,  from  N  ts  Broadway  bet 

Stockton  and  Powell,  N  to  Vallejo 
Churchill  Court   See  Tiffany  Place 
Circular  Avenue  (Sunnyside)  from 

Joost  Av  and  Diamond  S  W 
City  Hall  Avtnut  (late  Park  Avenue), 

from  S  B  McAllister  nr  Leaven- 
worth, S  W  to  Fulton 
City  Hall  Place.   See  Brown's  Alley 
City  Hall  Square.   See  Marshall  Square 
Clairville  Place.   See  Graham  Place 
Clara,  from  W  a  Hitch  bet  Folsom 

and  Harrison,  W  to  Sixth. 
Croat  Stt.  N.  S. 

Hitch  ?   2  1 

Fourth   100  101 

Hulbert  Alley    

Fifth   200  201 

Sixth   (e)  (e) 

Claremont  Court  (St.  Francis  Wood) 

from  Portola  Drive  to  Dervey 

Boulevard. 
Clarence  Place,  from  N  b  Townsend  bet 

Second  and  Third 
Clarendon  Avenue,  (now  Twin  Peaks 

Bid)  from  Clajrton  nr  Seventeenth. 

S  W  and  W  to  point  W  of  Stanyan 
Clarlen  Alley  (late  Odar  Lane),  from 

W  s  Mission  bet  Seventeenth  and 

Eighteenth,  W  to  Valencia 
Clark,  from  W  e  Dnunm  bet  Jackson 

and  Pacific,  W  to  Front 
Clarke.   See  CJlarkson. 
Clarkwn  (late  Clarke),  from  Lincoln 

Av  nr  Thirtieth,  W  to  Fowler  Av 
Clary  (now  Oara) 

Claude  Lane,  from  N  b  Sutter  bet 
Kearny  and  Grant  At  N  to  Bush 

Clauuen  Court  (Fairmount  Tract), 
from  Arlinston  bet  Mateo  and 
Miguel  to  S.  P.  R.  R. 

Clay,  from  the  bay  bet  Sacramento  and 
Washington,  W  to  Arguello  Blvd 

Crou  Sit.  N.  S. 

The  Embarcadero   2  1 

Dnunm   100  101 

Davis   200  201 

Ceylon    

Front   300  301 

Battery   400  401 

Sansome   600  501 

Leidesdorff   

Montgomery   600  601 

Kearny   700  701 

Brenham  Place    

Grant  Avenue   800  801 

Waverly  Place  

Spofford    

Stockton   900  901 

CoUier    

Jolce   

Parkhurst  Alley  

PoweU  1000  1001 

Freeman  Court   

Tay   

Wetmore  Court    

Mason  1100  1101 

CushmsQ   

Taylor  1200  1201 

Jones  1300  1301 

Heed 

Leavenworth. 1400  1401 

Hyde  1500  1501 

Torrens  (Jourt    

Larkin  1600  1601 

Polk  1700  1701 

Van  Ness  Avenue  1800  1801 

Franklm  1900  1901 

Gough  2000  2001 

Lafayette  Park   (c)  (c) 

Laguna  2200  2201 

Buchanan  2300  2301 

Webster  2400  2401 

Fillmore  2500  2501 

Steiner   (o)  2601 

Pierce   (o)  2701 

Scott  2800  2801 

Divisadero  2900  2901 

Broderick.  3000  3001 

Baker  3100  3101 

Lyon  3200  3201 

Presidio  Avenue  3300  3301 

Walnut  3400  3401 

Laurel  3500  3501 

Locust  3600  3601 

Spruce  3700  3701 

Maple  3800  3801 


STREET  AND  AVENUE  GUIDE 

Clherry  3900  3901 

Arguello  Boulevard          (e)  (e) 

Clay  Avenue  (now  CoUier) 

Clayton,  from  Fulton  bet  Ashbury  and 

Cole,  S  to  Corbett  Av 

Cross  Sis.                        E.  W. 

Fulton                           2  1 

Grove                           100  101 

Hayes                         200  201 

Fell                            (c)  (c) 

Oak                           400  401 

Page                          800  501 

Haight                        600  601 

Waller                        700  701 

Frederick                     800  801 

Carl                           850  (c) 

Parnassus  Avenue           900  (c) 

.\shbury    

Seventeenth  1000  1001 

Clarendon  Av  andCarmel  

Moss  Avenue   

Eighteenth  1100   

Corbett  Avenue              (e)  (e) 

Clement,  from  Arguello  Blvd  bet  Geary 

and  California,  W  to  Forty-eighth 

Av 

Crost  SU.                        N.  S. 

Arguello  Boulevard            2  1 

Second  Avenue              100  101 

Third       "                  200  201 

Fourth      "                  300  301 

Fifth        "                   400  401 

Sixth        "                  500  501 

Seventh     "                    600  601 

Eighth      "                  700  701 

Ninth        "     ........  800  801 

Tenth       "                  900  901 

Eleventh    "   1000  1001 

Twelfth     "   1100  1101 

Thirteenth  Avenue  1200  1201 

Fourteenth      "   1300  1301 

Fifteenth        "   1400  1401 

Sixteenth        "   1500  1501 

Seventeenth     "   1600  1601 

Eighteenth      "   1700  1701 

Nineteenth      "   1800  1801 

Twentieth        "   1900  1901 

Twenty-first     "   2000  2001 

Twenty-second  "   2100  2101 

Twenty-third    "   2200  2201 

Twenty-fourth  "   2300  2301 

Twenty-fifth     "   2400  2401 

Twenty-sixth    "   2500  2501 

Twenty-seventh"   2600  2601 

Twenty-eighth  "   2700  2701 

Twentv-ninth    "   2800  2801 

Thirtieth         "   2900  2901 

Thirty-first       "   3000  3001 

Thirty-second   "   3100  3101 

Thirty-third     "    3201 

Thirty-fourth    "    3301 

Thirtv-fifth      "    3401 

Thirty-sixth     "    3501 

Thirty-seventh  "    3601 

Thirty-eighth    "    3701 

Thirty-ninth     "    3801 

Fortieth          "    3901 

Forty-first       "    4001 

Forty-second    "    4101 

Forth-third      *    4201 

Forty-fourth     "    4301 

Forty-fifth       "    4401 

Forty-sixth      '    4501 

Forty-seventh  "    4601 

Forty-eighth  avenue         (e)  (e) 

Clementina,  from  W  s  First  bet  Tehama 
and  Folsom,  S  W  to  Ninth 

Cross  Sts.                        N.  S. 

First                               2  1 

Ecker  

Oscar  .\lley    

Second                          (c)  (c) 

Third                            (c)  (c) 

Fourth                         300  301 

Fifth                          400  401 

Sixth                          (c)  fc) 

Seventh                         (c)  (c) 

Sumner    

Eighth                        700  701 

Ninth                            (e)  (e) 

Cleveland,  from  W  s  Sherman  bet  Fol- 
som and  Harrison,  W  to  Seventh 

Cliff  Avenue  (now  Point  Lobos  Av), 
from  Geary  and  Fortieth  Avs,  W 
and  S  W  to  Ocean 


Clifford  Terrace  from  Pluto  W  to 
Ashbury 

Clinton  (now  Harriet),  from  S  s  Bryant 

bet  Sixth  and  Seventh,  S  E  to  nr 

Townsend 
Clinton  Avenue  (Glen  Park  Terrace), 

S  of  Glen  Av  to  Chilton  Av  and 

Olnton  Av  bet  Surrey  and  Glen 

Av  to  Lippard  Av 
Clinton  Park,  from  E  s  Stevenson  bet 

Thirteenth  and  Fourteenth,  W  to 

Dolores 

Clipper,  from  W  s  Dolores  bet  Twenty- 
fifth  and  Twenty-sixth,   W  to 
Fowler  Av 
Crott  Stt.  N.  S 

Dolores   2  1 

Church   100  101 

Sanchei   200  201 

Noe.   300  301 

Castro   400  401 

Diamond   600  501 

Douglas*   600  601 

Homestead   (c)   

Hoffman  Ave   700  701 

Fountain   (c)   

Bellevue   800  801 

High  Ave   (c)  (c) 

Corbett  Ave   (c)  (c) 

Burnett  Ave  1000  1001 

Twin  Peaks  Ave  1100  1101 

KenyonAve  1200  1201 

Stanford  Heights  Ave. . .  1300  1301 
Clover  Avenue  (now    Street),  from 
Eighteenth  W  of  Ord,  S  to  Caselli 
Clyde  (late  Liberty),  from  Lusk  Alley 
bet  Third  and  Fourth,  S  to  Town- 
send 

Codman  Place,  from  S  a  Washington  bet 

Powell  and  Mason 
Cohen  Place,  from  S  s  Ellis  bet  Leaven- 
worth and  Hyde 
Colby,  fromS  s  SUverAvbetUniveraity 

and  Dartmouth  to  Oneota. 
Colo,  from  Fulton  bet  Clayton  and 

Shrader,  S  to  Eighteenth 
Cr<w»  Stt.  E.  W. 

Fulton   2  1 

Grove   100  101 

Hayes   200  201 

FeU   (c)  (c) 

Oak   400  401 

Page   500  501 

Haight   600  601 

Waller   700  701 

Beulah   

Frederick   800  801 

Carl   900  901 

Parnassus  At  1000  1001 

Grattan  1100  1101 

Alma  Avenue  1200  1201 

Rivoli  Avenue  1300  IJOl 

Seventeenth  1400  1401 

Carmel     

Eighteenth..   (e)  (e) 

Coleman,  from  Water  Front  S  W  to 

County  Line 
Coleridge  (Bernal  Heights),  from  Coso 
Av  bet  Mission  and  Prospect  At, 
S  W  to  Cortland  Av 
Colin  Place,  E  s  Jones  bet  Geary  and 
Post 

College  Avenue,  from  Mission  bet  St 
Mary's  and  Richland  Avs,  S  and  E 
College  Avenue,  now  Bacon  (University 

Homestead) 
Colleje  Terrate,  from  Mission  bet  Col- 
lege Ave  and  St.  Mary's  Av 
Collier,  from  N  s  Clay  bet  Stockton 

and  Powell 
Colllngwood  (late  Sherman),  from  S 
B  Seventeenth  bet  Castro  and  Dia- 
mond, S  to  Twenty-second 
Cross  Sts.  W.  E. 

Seventeenth   2  1 

Eighteenth    100  101 

Nineteenth    200  201 

Twentieth....'.   300  301 

Twenty-first   400  401 

Twenty-second   (e)  (e) 

Collint,  from  Laurel  Hill  Cemetery  bet 
Wood  and  Blake,  S  to  St.  Rose's 
Colorado,  from  the  bay  S  to  India  Basin 
Colton,  from  Colusa  Place  bet  Market 
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STREET  AND  AVENUE  GUIDE 


Columbia,  b«t  Wood  and  CoUins  olT  St 

Rose'a  At,  S 
Columbia  Plae*  (Bernal  Heights,  now 

AlAbamaV  from  Precita  Av,  S  to 

Ksmeralaa  Av 
Columbia  Squar*.  from  S  s  Folsom  bet 

Sixth  and  Seventh,  S  E  to  Harrieon 
Columbia  Squar*  (Park),  bet  Folsom, 

Harrison,  Columbia  Square  and 

Sherman 

Columbui    Avenua,    from  junction 
Montgomery    and  Washington, 
N  W  to  Beach 
Crou  Sts.  N.E. 
Montg'y  and  Washington  2 

Maiden  Lane   

Gibb   

Jackson   100 

Kearny   200 

Pacific  

Adler  

Broadway   300 

Grant  Avenue  

VaUejo   400 

Vallejo  Alley  

Stockton   500 

Green  

Union   (o) 

Powell  

Fflbert  700 

Gaven  Place  

Scotland   

Greenwich  800 

Mason  

Hartman   

Jansen   

Lombard   900 

Newell  

Taylor  1000 

Chestnut  

Houston   

Francisco  1100 

Jones  

Bay  1200 

NorthPoint  1300 

Leavenworth  

Beach   (e) 

Coluia  Place,  from  Colton  bet  Twelfth 

and  Brady,  S  to  Chase  Court 
Commerce,  from  W  s  Front  bet  Green 

and  Union,  W  to  Battery 
Commercial,  from  the  bay  bet  Sacra- 
mento and  Clay,  W  to  Dupont 
Crou  St».  N. 

The  Embarcadero   2 

Drumm   100 

Davis   200 

Front   300 

Battery   400 

Sansome   500 

Leidesdorff  

Montgomery   600 

Kearny   700 

Grant  Avenue.   (e) 

Commonwealth  Avenua  (late  Chase), 
from  S  B  California  bet  Parker  and 
Jordan  Avb,  S  to  Geary 
Concord  Avenua  (now  Street,  West 
End  Tract)  from  E  a  Mission  nr 
County  Line 
Condon  Avenue,  8  from  Army  bet 

Foleom  and  Harrison 
Congdon  (College  Homestead),  from 

Canal  to  Silver  Av 
Congo,  from  Circular  Av  N  to  point  nr 

Surrey  E  to  Bosworlh 
Congraei  from  Buena  Vista  Av  S  W 
Conkling  (South  S.  F.),  from  SUver 

Av  nr  Augusta 
Connecticut,  from  Sixteenth  bet  Mis- 
souri and  Arkansas,  S  to  Tulare 
Conrad  (Glen  Park)  W  of  Diamond 

from  Sussex  N 
Contra  Coita  Avanua.from  Peru  Av  to 

S  E  to  Water  Front 
Convent,  from  N  and  8  •  Bryant  bet 

Eighth  aid  Ninth 
Conway  Court  from  S  a  Haight  bat 

Gough  and  Octavia 
Cook,  from  laurel  Hill  Ometery  bet 
Illake  and  Boyre.  S  to  St.  Kose'e 
Coolldgt  Place,  from  N  s  Jackson  bet 

l^avenworth  and  Hyde 
Cooper  Alley,  from  8  •  Jacknon  bet 
l\c.'irtu'  jind  Grant  Av 


S.W 
1 


101 
201 


301 
401 


501 
601 

701 


801 


901 


1001 
1101 
1201 

1301 

(e) 


1 

101 
201 
301 
401 
SOI 

601 
701 
(e) 


Copper  Allay,  from  Falcon  Av  nr  Eagle, 

S  W  to  Lincoln  Av 
Cora,  W  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr  Ciounty 

Line 

Corbett  Avenue,  from  Seventeenth  and 

Ord.  S  W  to  Ocean  Av 
Corbin  PI,  from  S  b  17th  to  Corbett  Av 
Cordelia,  from  N  s  PacilSc  bet  Stockton 

and  Powell,  N,  to  Broadway 
Cordova  (Crocker-Amazon  Tract),  bet 

Seville  and  Munich 
Coraa  (South  S.  F.).   See  Ninth  Av 

South 

Cornwall,  from   Arguello  Blvd  bet 
Clement  and  California,  W  to 
Fourth  Av 
Croia  St».  N.  S. 

Arguello  Blvd   2  1 

Second  Avenue   100  101 

Third  Avenue   200  201 

Fourth    "    300  301 

Corona  (Ingleside),  bet  Urbano  Drive 

N  and  S  nr  Holloway  Ave 
Cartes  Avenue  (Forest  Hill),  oS  Tar- 
aval  nr  Dewey  Boulevard 
Cortex  (Bemal  Heights,  now  Rutledge 

Av),  from  Franconia  Av,  S  W 
Cortland   Avenue   from  Mission  nr 

Thirtieth.  E  to  San  Bruno  Av 
Corwin,  from  Douglass  bet  20th  and 
21st 

Coimo  Place,  W  a  Taylor  bet  Post  and 

Sutter,  W  to  Jones 
Coto  Avenua  (Bernal  Heights),  from 

Precita  Av  nr  Mission,  S  E  to 

Bocana  Av 
Coita,  from  HoUaday  Av  nr  Rutledge 

Av,  W  to  Brewster 
Cottage  Place  (now  Colin  Place) 
Cottage  Row,  from  N  b  Sutter  bet 

Webster  and  Fillmore,  N  to  Bush 
Cotter  (Academy  Tract),  from  N  W  s 

Mission  bet  Theresa  and  Francis 
Cowdan  (Reis  Tract)  from  Wilde  Av, 

N  to  Ankeny 
Cowell  Place,  from  Vallejo  bet  Battery 

and  Sansome 
Grafton  Way  (St  Francis  Wood)  from 

Potola  Drive  bet  Kensington  Way 

and  AUston 
Cram  Place,  from  N  s  Golden  Gat«  .4v 

bet  Buchanan  and  Webster 
Crane,  from  Paul  Av  bet  Exeter  and 

Wheat,  S  to  Salinas  Av 
Craut  CCoUege  Homestead),  from  Canal 

S  to  Silver  Av 
Creak  Lane  (now  Erie),  from  Foleom 

bet  Thirteenth  and  Fourteenth 
Oatcent  Avenue,  from  Mission  S  of 

Richland  Av,  E  to  San  Bruno  Av 
Crocker,  from  Stevenson  bet  Brady  and 

Hermann,  S  to  Otis 
Crocker  Avenua  fnow  Clipper) 
Crocker  Boulevard  (Crocker  Tract), 

San  Mateo  County,  take  Mission 

Street  car 
Croka  (Academy  Tract),  from  N  W  b 

Mission  bet  Francis   and  Har- 
rington.   Now  Santa  Rosa  Ave 
Cronogua  Allay,  from  S  a  Twenty-first 

bet  Guerrero  and  Fair  Oaks  to 

Twenty-third 
Crook,  from  Lusk  Allev  bet  Third  and 

Fourth  St  to  Townsend 
Crou,  from  Pope  W  nr  County  Line 
Croton  Avenue  (now  Diamond),  from 

Chenery,  S  to  Circular  At 
Crown  Terrace,  S  s  Clarendon  At,  S  to 

Pemberton  PI 
Cryjtal  (late  Milton),  W  of  San  Jose  At 

nr  County  Line 
Culebra  Terrace,  from  N  s  Lombard 

bet  Larkin  and  Polk,  N  to  Fran- 
cisco 

Cum  Cook  Allay,  from  W  s  Grant  At 

bet  .lackson  and  Pacific 
Cumberland  (late  Columbia),  from  W  s 

Guerrero    bet    Nineteenth  and 

Twentieth.  W  to  Noe 
Cumberland  Place  (now  Oinningham 

Place) 

Cunningham  Plae*.  from  W  e  Valencia 
bet  Nineteenth  and  Twentieth  W 
to  Angelica 

Curtit,  from  Morae  bet  Pope  and  New- 
ton S 


Cuihman,  from  N  e  California  bet 
Mason  and  Taylor.N  to  Sacramento 
Custer  Avenue,  from  Water  Front,  N 

W  to  Islais 
Custom  House  Place,  from  N  s  Wash- 
ington bet  Battery  and  Sansome 
Cuvlar  (Spring  Valley  Homestead), 
from  S  P  R  R  bet  MarsiUy  and 
Milton,  S  to  Misaon 
Cypress  Alley  (now  Street),  from  S  a 
Twenty-fourth  bet  Howard  and 
Capp,  S  to  Twenty-Sixth 
Cyrus  Place,  from  S  s  Broadway  bet 

Leavenworth  and^yde 
D  South  (now  Donahue) 
Daggett,  from  the  bay  nr  Hubbell,  S  W 

to  Sixteenth 
Daisy.   See  Portola 
DakoU  (South  S.  F.),  from  the  bay 

S  to  India  Basin 
Dale  Place,  from  S  s  Golden  Gate  At 

bet  Leavenworth  and  Hyde 
Dame  (Fairmount  Tract),  from  Thir- 
tieth nr  Church,  S  to  Randall 
Danton  (Spring  Valley  Homestead), 
from  Springdale  W  of  Lyell,  N 
Danvars,  from  Corbett  Av,  S  E  to 

Caselli  Av 
Darrall  Place,  from  N  s  Filbert  bet 

Montgomery  and  Sansome 
Dartmouth  (University  Homestead), 
from  S  8  Silver  Av  W  of  Bowdoin 
Davidson  Avenue,  from  California  Dry 

Dock,  N  W  to  Islais 
Davis,  from  N  s  Market  bet  Drumm  and 

Front,  N  to  the  bay 
Croit  Stt.  E.  W. 

Market  and  Pine   2  1 

California   100  101 

Parrott  Alley   

Sacramento   200  201 

Commercial  

Clay   300  301 

Washington   400  401 

Oregon  

Jackson   500  601 

Clark  

Pacific   600  601 

Broadway   700  701 

VaUejo   800  801 

Green     

The  Embarcadero   (e)  (o) 

Dawson  Place,  from  E  b  Mason  bet 

Sacramento  and  Clay 
Day,  from  W  s  San  Jose  At  bet 
Twenty-ninth  and  Thirtieth,  W  to 
Fowler  Av 
Crou  Sit.  N.  S. 

San  Jose  Avenue   2  1 

Dolores   100  101 

Church   200  201 

Sanchez   300  301 

Noe   400  401 

Castro   500  601 

Diamond   600  601 

Douglass   700  701 

Hoffmann  Avenue   800  801 

Bellevue   900  901 

Dayton  Avenue  (now  Service) 
Dearborn  Place  (now  Street,  late  Mission 
Av),  from  S  a  Seventeenth  bet 
Valencia  and  Guerrero 
De  Boom,  from  E  s  Second  bet  Bryant 

and  Brannan, S  E 
Decatur,  from  S  a  Bryant  bet  Seventli 

and  Eighth 
Decatur  (Bemal  Heights).   See  Roscoe 
Decker  Allay,  from  W  s  Seventh  bet 

Folsom  and  Harrison 
Death.  (See  California  south) 
D*  Haro,  from  Division  bet  Carolina 
and  Rhode  Island,  S  to  Islais  (Treek 
Dahon,  from  S  s  Sixteenth  bet  Church 

and  Sanchez,  S  to  Seventeenth 
D*  Kalb  (now  Peralta  Av) 
Delano  Avenue,  E  of  San  Jose  nr  San 
Miguel 

Dalawara,  from  the  bay  bet  Maass- 
chusetts  and  Maryland,  S  to  Ar- 
thur Av 

Delaware    (Univereity  Homestead). 

See  Saratoga 
Delaware  Avenue  (now  Delano  Av) 
Delaware  Avenue  (Gly  Land  Ass'n 

Tracts.    See  Worcester  At 
Delaware  Court,  from  N  s  Sutter  bet 

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Ddgado  Place,  from  E  b  Hyde  bet 
Green  and  Udiod 

Ddmir,  from  S  s  Waller  bet  Masonic 
At  and  Ashbury 

D*  Long  (late  Schiller),  W  of  San  Jose 
At  nr  County  Line 

Da  Long  Avenua.  see  Delmar 

DalU  (Reis  Tract)  bet  Elliot  and  Rut- 
land from  Leland  At,  N  to  Wilde 
At 

Delta  Place,  from  E  s  Mason  bet  Sutter 
and  Bush 

Deming,o£F  Lower  TerracefromCorbett, 

W  to  Clayton 
Da  Montfort  Avenua  (Lake  View),  from 

Miramar  At  W  to  Ashton  At 
Darby  (late  Oak),  from  W  s  Mason  bet 

Geary  and  Post 
Darby  (late  Oak),  from  E  s  Taylor  bet 

Geary  and  Post 
Oatmond,  W  of    Railroad  At  dt 

County  Line 
De  Soto  Avenue  (Forest  Hill)  off 

Pacheco  nr  Seventh  Av  (Sunset) 
Datoto  (Ingleside),  bet  Urbano  Drive 

N  and  S  nr  HoUoway  Ave 
Davisadero.  Now  Divisadero 
Detroit  (Sunny sidel,   from  Circular 

At  N  to  Surrey 
Dewey  Boulevard,  from  junction  N  and 

SeTenth  At.  S  and  S  W  to  Corbett 
De  Wolf  (West  End  Tract),  from  Sher- 
man At  nr  San  Jose  At,  3  W  to 

Sickles  At 
Diamond,  from  S  s  SeTenteenth  bet 

Castro  and  Douglass.  S  to  Circular 

At  thence  to  a  point  or  Mangels 

At 

Croitfiti.  W.  E. 

Seventeenth   2  1 

Eighteenth   100  101 

Nineteenth   200  201 

Twentieth   300  301 

Twentv-first   400  401 

Twenty-second   500  601 

Alvarado  

Twentv-third   600  601 

Elizabeth   700  701 

Twenty-fourth   800  801 

Jersey   900  901 

Twenty-fifth  1000  1001 

Clipper  1100  1101 

Twenty-sixth  1200    1  201 

Sussei  2600  2601 

Surrey  2700  2701 

Chmery   2800  2801 

Mangels  Avenue   (e)  (e) 

Diamond  (Visitacion  Valley).  See  Med- 
ford 

Diamond  Alley,  see  Dixie  Alley 

Diana  (Silver  Terrace),  from  Thornton 
At  to  Williams  At 

Dickenson,  from  E  s  San  Bruno  At  nr 
Union  Av 

DIgby  (Fairmount  Tract,  late  Carlos), 
from  Beacon  to  El  Monte 

Dikeman  Place,  from  W  s  Mason  bet 
Ellis  and  G'Farrell 

Divltadero,  from  N  s  Fourteenth  bet 
Scott  and  Broderick,  N  to  the  bay 

CroM  Stt.  E.  W. 

Duboce  Avenue   2  1 

Lloyd    

WaUer   100  101 

Haight   200  201 

Page   300  301 

Oak   400  401 

FeU   500  601 

Haves   600  601 

GroTe   700  701 

Fulton   800  801 

McAUister   900  901 

Golden  Gate  ATcnue. . . .  1000  1001 

Turk  1100  1101 

Eddy  1200  1201 

Ellis  1300  1301 

G'Farrell  1400  1401 

Geary  1500  1501 

Garden   

Post  1600  1601 

Sutter  1700  1701 

Bush  ■.  1800  1801 

Pine  1900  1901 

California  2000  2001 

Sacramento  2100  2101 

aay  2200  2201 

Washington  2300  2301 


Jackson  2400  2401 

Pacific  Avenue  2500  2501 

Broadway  2600  2601 

Vallejo  2700  2701 

Green  2800  2801 

Union  2900  2901 

Filbert  3000  3001 

Greenwich  3100  3101 

Lombard  3200  3201 

Chestnut  3300  3301 

Francisco  3400  3401 

Bay  3500  3501 

North  Point  3600  3601 

Beach  3700  3701 

Jefferson  3800  3801 

Tonquin  3900  3901 

Lewis  4000  4001 

Divfiion,  from  Berry  nr  Eighth,  W  to 
Florida 

Dixie  Alley,  from  Grand  View  Ay  opp 
Alvarado  N  W  to  Lincoln  Av 

Dock  (South  S.  F.),  from  Water  Front 
S  W  to  County  Line 

Dodge,  from  S  s  Turk  bet  Hyde  and 
Larkin 

Doloret,  from  junction  of  Market  and 

Duboce  Ave  bet  Guerrero  and 
Church,  S  to  San  Jose  At 

Croj«  Sit.                       W.  E. 

Market  *  Thirteenth ....     2  1 

Clinton  Park   

Fourteenth                   100  101 

Fifteenth                     200  201 

Alert  Alley    

Sixteenth                     300  301 

Chula  Lane    

Seventeenth                  400  401 

Railw.iy   

Dorland 


Eighteenth   (o) 

o) 


601 
601 


701 

801 
901 
1001 
1101 

1201 

1301 

1401 

1501 

1601 

1701 


Nineteenth   (o, 

Cumberland   

Twentieth   700 

Liberty  

Twenty-first   800 

Twenty-second   900 

Twenty-third  1000 

Twenty-fourth  1100 

Jersey  • 
Twenty-ii'fth! 1200 

Clipper  

Twenty-sixth  1300 

Army  

Twenty-seventh  1400 

Duncan  

Twenty-eighth  1600 

VaUev  

Twenty-ninth  1600 

Day  

Thirtieth  1700 

Donah  (closed),  W  of  San  Bruno  Av  lu 

County  Line 
Donahue,  from  Water  Front  S  W  to 

Islais  Oeek 
Dapnsr  Avenue,  from  County  Line  N 
W  to  Railroad   Av,  and  from 
Mendell  S  to  Charter  Oak  At 
Dora  (now  Langton) 
Dorantes  Avenue  (Forest  Hill)  off 
Pacheco  nr  Seventh  Av  (Sunset) 
Done,  from  S  s  Howard  bet  Ninth  and 

Tenth,  S  E  to  Brannan 
Doric  Alley,  from  S  s  Jackson  bet  Powell 

and  Mason 
Dorland,  from  W  s  Guerrero  bet 
Seventeenth  and  Eighteenth,  W 
to  Sanchez 
Douglass,  from  S  s  States  W  of  Eureka, 

to  S  of  Thirtieth  • 
Cross  SU.  W. 

States   2 

Seventeenth   100 

Eighteenth   200 

Caselli  Avenue.,  

Nineteenth   

Eagle   300 

Carson   

Seward  

Twentieth   400 

Stanton  

Romain  

Twenty-first   600 

Twenty-second   600 

Alvarado  

Twenty-third   700 

Elizabeth  


E. 
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101 
201 

301 


401 


601 
601 

701 


Twenty-fourth   800  801 

Jersey   

Twenty-fifth   900  901 

Clipper  1000  1001 

Twenty-sixth   1100  1101 

Dover,  from  N  s  Brannan  bet  First  and 
Second 

Dov»  Place,  from  Second  bet  Folsom 
and  Harrison,  8  W  to  Hawthorne 

Downey,  from  S  s  Waller  bet  Ashbury 
and  (3ayton  to  point  S  of  Fred- 
erick 

Drake.   Now  West  Clay  Park 
Drumm,  from  N  s  Market  bet  The 

Embarcadero  and  Davis,  N  to  the 

bay 

CrostSU.  E.  W. 

Market  and  California.. .     2  1 

Sacramento   100  101 

Commercial  

Clay   200  201 

Merchant    

Washington   300  301 

Oregon  

Jackson   400  401 

Clark   

Pacific   500  501 

The  Embarcadero     

Orummond  Alley,  from  W  s  Phelps  bet 
Oakdale  At  and  Palou  At,  S  to 
Quint 

Dublin  (Excelsior  Homestead),  from 

Persia  At  nr  Prague 
Duboce  Avenue  from   Mission  bet. 
Twelfth  and  Fourteenth,  W  to 
Buena  Vista  Av 
Crosa  Stt.  N.  S. 

Mission   2 

Woodward   

Stevenson  

Valencia   100 

^gin  Park  

Pearl  

Guerrero   200 

Market  

Buchanan   300 

Webster  '.  

Church   400 

Fillmore  

Belcher   

Sanchez   

Steiner  600 

Walter   

Noe   

Scott   700 

Castro   (c) 

Divisadero   800 

Alpine   900 

Buena  Vista  Ter.   

Buena  Vista  Avenue   (e) 

Duboce  Park,  bet  Steiner  and  Scott 

from  Duboce  Ave  N 
Dunbar  Alley,  from  Merchant  bet 
Montgomery  and  Kearny,  N  to 
Washington 
Duncan,  from  junction  of  Valencia  and 
Tiffany  Av  bet  Twenty-seventh  and 
Twenty-eighth,  W  to  Fowler  Av 
Cross  Stt.  N.  S. 

San  Jose  Avenue   2  1 

Guerrero   100  101 

Dolores   200  201 

Church   300  301 

Sanchez   400  401 

Noe   500  601 

Castro    600  601 

New  Grove  Avenue  

Diamond   700  701 

Douglass   800  801 

Hoffman  Avenue   900  901 

BeUevue...'  1000  1001 

Burnett  Ave  1100  1101 

Twin  Peaks  Ave  1200  1201 

Kenyon  Ave  130O  1301 

Stanford  Heights  Ave . . .  1400  1401 

Fowler   (e)  (e) 

Duncan's  Court,  from  N  s  Broadway 

bet  Grant  Av  and  Stockton 
Duncombe  Alley,  from  N  s  Jackson  bet 

Grant  At  and  Stockton 
Dunkirk  (Bernal  Heights,  now  Nevada 
Av)   from  Esmeralda  Av,  S  te 
Powhattan 
Dunne's  Alley,  from  E  s  Kearny  bet 

Broadway  and  Vallejo 
Dunshse,  from  S  s  Oakdale  Av  bet 
Phelps  and  Quint,  S  E  to  Palou  Av 


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Dupont  (now  Grant  Avenue) 

Dupont  All*y.  See  Adier. 

Dwight  (University  Homestead),  from 

W  s  San  Bruno  Av  S  of  Woolsey 
E  South  (now  Earl) 
Eagia,  from  Yukon  W  to  Caselli  Av  nr, 

Short 

E»rl,  from  India,  S  W  to  County  Line 
East  North  (now  The  Embarcadero) 

from  Market  N  parallel  with  the 

sea  wall 

Croii  Sit.  E.  W. 

Market  and  Sacramento .  (o)  1 
Commercial   (o) 

aay   (o)  lor 

Merchant   (o) 

Washineton   (o)  201 

Jackson   (o)  301 

Paci6c   (o)  401 

Broadway   (o)  501 

Vallejo   (o)  601 

Union   (o)  701 

Green   (o)  801 

Filbert   (o)  901 

Greenwich   (o)  1001 

Lombard   (o)  1101 

Chestnut   (o)  1201 

Francisco   (o)  1300 

Bay   (o)  1400 

Eait  P«rk  (see  Park)  from  Holly  Park 

Av,  E  to  Andover  At 
East  South,  from  Market  S  parallel 

with  the  sea  wall 
Cross  Stt.  E.  W. 

Market   (o)  2 

Mission   (o)  100 

Howard   ..  (o)  200 

Folsom   (o)  300 

Eatttnan,  from  N  s  Green  bet  Hyde  and 

Larkin,  N  to  Union 
Eastwood  Drive,  (Westwood  Park)  E 
ard  N  from  Miramar  Avenue  to 
Miramar  Avenue. 
Eaton  Allay,  from  S  s  Green  bet  Powell 

and  Mason 
Eckar,  from  S  s  Market  and  from  N  a 

Folsom  bet  First  and  Second 
Ecuador  (South  S.  F.).  See  Forty- 
Fourth  Av  South 
Eddy,  from  junction  Market  and  Powell 
bet  Turk  and  Ellis,  W  to  Calvary 
Cemetery 

Cross  Sts.  N.  S 

Market  and  Powell   2  1 

Glasgow    

Eddy  Place   

Mason   100  101 

Taylor   200  201 

Jones   300  301 

Wapier  Alley   

Leavenworth   400  401 

Hyde   500  501 

Larkin   600  601 

Polk   700  701 

Van  Ness  Avenue   800  801 

Franklin   900  901 

Gough  1000  (o) 

Octavia  1100  (o) 

Laguna  1200  1201 

Buchanan  1300  1301 

Webster  1400  1401 

Fillmore  ..1500  1501 

Steiner  1600  1601 

Bourbin    

Pierce  1700  1701 

Farren    

Scott  1800  1801 

Divisadero  1900  1901 

Broderick  2000  2001 

St.  Joseph's  Avenue          (e)  (e) 

Eddy  Wa«t  (now  Edward),  from  Willard 
N  to  First  At  N  of  Turk 

Edgar  Avanua  (Lake  View),  from  Bruce 
Av  nr  Harold  Av 

Edgar  Plica  (.now  Edgardo),  from  W  s 
Grant  Av  bet  Greenwich  and 
Lombard 

Edgawood  Avanua  (late  Sunset  Av) 
from  Famsworth  Lane  W  of 
Willard.  8  to  Woodland  Av 

Edinburgh  (Eirelsior  Homestead) 
from  Silver  Av,  S  W  to  Amaion 

Edith  (late  Church  Place},  from  W  a 
Grant  A  v  bet  Greenwich  and  Lom- 
bard 


Edna  (Sunnyside),  from  Havelock  N  to 
Thirty-second  bet  Detroit  and 
Foerster 

Edward,  from  Willard  N  to  Arguello 

Blvd  N  of  Turk 
Egbert  Avanua,  from  C!ounty  Line  N  W 

to  Railroad  Av,  and  from  Newhall 

to  Charter  Oak  Av 
Eighteenth,  from  the  bay  bet  Mariposa 

and  Nineteenth,  W  to  Ashbury 
Cross  Stt. 


Tennessee. 


Iowa. 


Utah. 


York. 


Division  

Treat  Avenue . 


Shotwell. 
Howard . 
Capp  


San  Carlos. 
Lexington . , 


Lapidge. . 
Guerrero . . 
Oakwood. 


Noe. 


Ord.. 


Clover . 


Lower  Terrace. 


N. 

S. 

500 

501 

601 

700 

701 

800 

801 

900 

901 

1000 

1001 

1100 

1101 

1200 

1201 

1300 

1301 

1400 

1401 

1500 

1501 

1600 

1601 

1700 

1701 

1800 

1801 

1900 

1901 

2000 

2001 

2100 

2101 

2200 

2201 

.2300 

2301 

2400 

2401 

.2500 

2501 

.  2600 

2601 

2701 

2801 

2901 

3001 

3101 

.  

3201 

3300 

3301 

Tinn 

3401 

3500 

3501 

3600 

3601 

3700 

3701 

3800 

3801 

3900 

3901 

4000 

4001 

4050 

4051 

4100 

4101 

4200 

4201 

4300 

4301 

4400 

4401 

4500 

4501 

4600 

4601 

.  (c) 

(») 

4800 

4801 

Eighteenth  Avenue,  from  Presidio 
Reservation,  S.  For  Nos.  see 
Nineteenth  Av 

Eighteenth  Avenue  South  (now  Revere 
Av) 

Eighth,  from  S  a  Market  bet  Seventh 
and  Ninth,  S  E  to  Sixteenth 


W. 


Cross  Stt. 

Market   2 

Manning  Place  

Mission   100 

Minna  

Natoma  

Howard   200 

Sunshine  Ciourt   

Tehama  

Clementina  

Folsom   300 

Ringgold  

Heron   

Harrison   400 

Brvant   500 

Brannan   600 

Townsend   700 

Eighth  Avanua,  from  Mountain  Lake 

Park  S  to  Ortega.    For  Nos.  see 

Nineteenth  Av 

Balboa   600  601 

Cibrillo   700  701 


101 


201 


301 


401 
501 
601 
701 


Fulton   (c) 

Golden  Gate  Park  

Lincoln  Way  1200 

Irving.  1300 

Judah  1400 

Kirkham  1500 

Lamton  1600 

Moraga  1700 

Eighth  Avenue  South  (now  Hudson  Av) 
El  Dorado,  from  the  bay  S  of  .Alameda, 
W  to  £th 

Eldridge,  from  Chesiey  bet  Harrison 
and  Bryant 

Eleventh,  from  S  s  Market  bet  Tenth 
and  Twelfth,  S  E  to  Bryant 

Cross  SU.  W. 

Market   2 

Mission   100 

Minna   

Natoma  

Howard   200 

Kissling  

Henrietta  Square   

Burns  Place  

Folsom   300 

Harrison   400 

Bryant   (e) 

Eleventh  Avenue,  from  Mountain  Lake 
Park,  S  to  S 

Cross  Sts.  E. 

Presidio   2 

Lake   100 

California   200 

Uement   300 

Geary   400 

Arguello  Blvd  500 

Balboa   600 

CabrUlo   700 

Fulton   (c) 

For  numberinij  South  of  Golden 
(jate  Park  see  Nineteenth  Av 

Eleventh  Avenue  South  (now  Kirkwood 
Av 

Elgin  Park,  from  Hermann  bet  Valen- 
cia and  Market,  S  to  Duboce  Av. 

Elim  Alley,  from  W  s  First  bet  Jessie 
and  Mission 

Elizabeth,  from  W  e  San  Jose  Av  bet 
Twenty-third  and  Twenty-fourth, 
W  to  Bellevue 

CroM  Sis.  N. 
San  Jose  Avenue   2 


(c) 

1201 
1301 
1401 
1501 
1601 
1701 


E. 
1 

101 


201 


301 
401 
(e) 


W. 
1 

101 

201 
301 
401 
501 
601 
701 
(o) 


Guerrero   (c) 

Dolores   (c). 


S. 
1 
(c) 
(c) 
301 


Church   300 

Orient  

Vicksburg  

Blanche  

Sanchez   400  401 

Noe   500  501 

Castro   600  601 

Diamond   700  701 

Douglass   800  801 

Hoffman  Avenue   900  901 

Bellevue   (.e)  (e) 

Elizabeth  Place,  from  S  a  Folsom  bet 

Third  and  Fourth 
Elk  (Visitacion  Valley).    See  Aber- 

Elk  (Glen  Park)  from  Glen  Av  N  to 
Arbor 

Elkhart,  from  W  a  Main  bet  Folsom 

and  Harrison 
Ellen  (now  Hoffman  Av),  from  S  a 

Twenty-second  bet  Douglass  and 

Bellevue 

Ellart,  from  North  Av  nr  Holly  Park 

Circle,  E  to  Andover  Av 
Ellary  (now  Rincon),  from  S  a  Bryant 

bet  First  and  Second 
Elliek  Lane,  from  N  s  California  bet 

Stockton  and  Powell 
Ellington  Avanua,  W  of  Mission  nr 

County  Line 
Elliot  (Reis  Tract)  bet  Delta  and  Fay, 

from  Leland  Av  N  to  Wilde 
Elliot  Lane  (now  Elton  Lane) 
Elliot  Park  (now  Endicott  Park) 
Ellit,  from  junction  Market  and  Stock- 
ton bet  Eddy  and  O'Farrell,  W  to 

Calvary  Ometery 
Cross  SU.  N.  S. 

Market  and  Stockton. ...     2  1 

PoweU   100  101 

Gl.isgow   

Mason   200  201 


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Taylor   300  301 

Jones   400  401 

Leavenworth   500  501 

Cohen  Place   

Hyde   600  601 

Larkin   700  701 

Polk   800  801 

Van  Nese  Avenue   900  901 

Franklin  1000  1001 

Gough  1100  1101 

Octavia  1200  1201 

Laguna  1300  1301 

Buchanan  1400  1401 

HolUs    

Webster  1500  1501 

Folger  Alley   

Fillmore  1600  1601 

Steiner  1700  1701 

Bourbin   

Pierce  1800  1801 

Farren   

Scott  1900^,  1901 

Beideman   v — 

Divisadero  2000  2001- 

Broderick  2100  2101 

St.  Joseph's  Avenue          (e)  (e) 

Ellsworth  (Bemal  Heights),  from  S  b 
Esmeralda  Av  bet  Anderson  and 
Gates 

Elm  (now  Laussat),  from  W  s  Bu- 
chanan bet  Waller  and  Haight 
W  to  Webster 
Elm,  from  W  s  Polk  bet  Golden  Gate 

Av  and  Turk 
Cross  Si$.  N.  S. 

Polk   100  101 

Van  Ness  Avenue   200  201 

Franklin   300  301 

Gough   (c)  (c) 

Jefferson  Square  

Laguna   (c)  (c) 

Buchanan   (c)  (c) 

Webster   (c)  (c) 

Fillmore   (c)  (c) 

Steiner   (c)  (c) 

Pierce  1100  1101 

Scott   (e)  (e) 

Elmira  (South  S.  F.),  from  Islais  Oeek 

S  to  Thornton  Av 
El  Monte  (Fairmount  Tract,  late  Wil- 
liam), from  Beacon  to  Castro 
El  Portal  Way,  from  Ahns  House  Rd  to 
Ufloa 

Elii*  (late  Cherubusco),  from  C^so  Av 
nr  Winfield,  S  W  to  HoUy  Park 
Circle 

Elton  Lane,  from  O'Farrell  nr  Steiner, 

N  to  Endicott  Park 
Elwood  (late  O'Farrell  Alley),  from  N  s 

O'Farrell  bet  Powell  and  Mason, 

N  and  W  to  Mason 
Embareadero.   See  East  Street  North 

and  South 
Emtrton,  from  Laurel  Hill  Ometery 

bet  Josephine  and  Wood,  8  to 

Geary 

Effltry  Lane,  from  N  a  Vallejo  bet 
Stockton  and  Powell,  N  to  Card 

Alley 

Emma,  from  E  s  Stockton  bet  Buah  and 
Pine 

Emma  (now  Alpine),  from  point  S  of 
Waller,  W  of  Castro,  S  to  Four- 
teenth 

Emma  (now  Ledyard),  from  Silver  At 
nr  Scott  Av 

Emmat  Place,  from  W  s  Stockton  bet 
California  and  Sacramento 

Endicott  Park,  from  W  a  Steiner  bet 
O'Farrell  and  Geary 

Enttrprlie,  from  E  •  Folsom  bet  Six- 
teenth and  Seventeenth 

Entrada  Court,  (Ingleside  Terrace)  from 
W  S  Borico  within  circle  of  Urbano 
Drive 

Epttain  (now  Masonic  Av),  from  Al- 
bany, W  and  N  W  to  Java 

Eria,  from  E  s  Mission  bet  Thirteenth 
and  Fourteenth,  E  to  Folsom 

Erkton  Court,  from  N  s  Post  bet  Di- 
visadero and  Broderick 

Ervlns  (Reis  Tract)  bet  Alberta  and 
Delta,  from  Campbell  N  to  Wilde 

Etmeralda  Avenue  (Bemal  Heights), 
from  Ckileridge  Av,  S  E  and  E  to 
HoUaday  Av 


STREET  AND  AVENUE  GUIDE 

Eiiex,  from  S  a  Folsom  bet  First  and 

Second,  S  E  to  Harrison 
Esiax  Place,  from  W  s  Essex  bet  Folsom 

and  Harrison 
Ettee,  off  Clarendon  Ave,  W  to  Stanyan 
Ettafana,  E  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr  Islaia 

Creek 

Eitero  Avenue  (Ingleside),  from  Alviso 
Wto  Junipero  Scrra  Blvd  nr  Mon- 
ticello 

Euclid  Avenue,  from  E  a  Arguello  Blvd 
bet  California  and  Geary,  W  to 
Parker  Av 
Eugenia  Avenue  (Bernal  Heights), 
from  Mission  nr  Thirtieth,  S  E  and 
E  to  Prentiss 
Eugenie  (now  Emerson),  from  Laurel 
Hill  Cemetery  bet  Josephine  and 
Wood,  S  to  (jeary 
Eureka,  from  S  s  Seventeenth  bet 
Diamond   and   Douglass,  S  to 
Twenty-third 
Cross  SU.  W.  E. 

Seventeenth   2  I 

Eighteenth   100  101 

Nineteenth   200  201 

Twentieth   300  301 

Twenty-Brst   400  401 

Twenty-second 500  601 

Twenty-third  \. .  (e)  (e) 

Eureka  Place,  from  E  a  Larkin  bet 

Bush  and  Pine 
Evani  Avenue,  from  Water  Front  N  W 

to  Islais  Creek 
Evatt,  E  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr  County 
Line 

Eve  (Bernal  Heights),  from  San  Bruno 
Av  S  of  Army,  W  to  HoUaday  Av 

Everett  (now  Natoma),  from  W  a 
Third  bet  Mission  and  Howard,  S 
W  to  Fourth 

Everett  Place,  from  W  a  Mission  bet 
Valencia  and  Twenty-ninth 

Evarson  (Fairmount  Tract),  from 
Beacon  nr  Bemis 

Ewer  Place,  from  W  s  Mason  bet  Sac- 
ramento and  Clay 

Ewing  Place  (now  Hemlock),  W  a 
Laguna  bet  Post  and  Sutter 

Excaliior  Avenue,  (formerly  China  Ay> 
E  from  Mission  bet  Japan  and 
Braiil  Av 

Exchange  Place,  from  S  s  Pine  bet 

Sansome  and  Montgomery 
Exeter,  from  Paul  Av  bet  Gould  and 

Crane,  S  to  Salinas  Av 
Fair  Avenue,  from  Mission  opposite 

Valencia,  S  E  to  Prospect 
Fair  Oaks,  from  S  s  Twenty-first  bet 
Guerrero  and     Dolores,   S  to 
Twenty-sixth 
Croti  Si$.  W.  E 

Twenty-first   2  1 

Twenty-second   100  101 

Twenty-third   200  201 

Twenty-fourth   300  301 

Twenty-fifth   400  401 

Twenty-sixth   (e)  (e) 

Fair  Oaki  Court  See  Oakwood 
Fairfax  Avenue,  from  Water  Front 

N  W  to  Islais 
Fairmount  (Fairmount  Tract),  from  S. 

P.  R.  R..  W  to  Bemis 
FaKh  (Bernal  Heights),  from  HoUaday 

At,  N  W  to  Brewster 
Falcon  Avanuo,  from  Danvers  opposite 
Eighteenth,  S  W  and  S  to  Twenty- 
third 

Falcon  Place  (now  Fallon  Place) 
Falkland  (South  S.  F.).   See  Sixtaentk 

At  South 

Fallon  Place,  from  E  a  Taylor  bet 
Broadway  and  Vallejo 

Falmouth  (late  WUlow),  from  S  a  Fol- 
som bet  Fifth  and  Sixth,  to  Ship- 
ley 

Farallenet  (RaUroad  Homestead),  W  of 

San  Jose  Av  nr  County  Line 
Fargo  Place  Gate  Columbia  Plaee), 

from  Boardman  Place  bet  Bryaat 

and  Brannan 
Farnum  (Glen  Park  Terrace)  (ron 

Moffitt,  N  to  Thirty-first 
Farniworth  Lane,  from  Edgownod  At  8 

of  Parnasiua  Av^  W 
Farragut  Avenue  (West  End  Tract), 

from  Mission  nr  C!ounty  Line 


Farroll  Court,  E  from  JuUa,  bet  Sereath 

and  Eighth 
Farren  Avenue  (now  Street),  from  N  s 

Eddy  bet  Pierce  and  Scott,  N  to 

Ellis 

Faxon  Avenue  (Lake  View),  from  Lake 

View  At,  N  to  Ocean  At 
Fay.  See  Sawyer 

Federal  (late  Fredmck),  from  W  s  First 
bet  Bryant  and  Brannan,  to  Second 
Fell,  from  junction  Market  and  Polk 
bet  Oak  and  Hayes,  W  to  Stanyan 
Cross  Sit.  N.  B. 

Market  and  Polk   2  1 

Van  Nesa  Avenue   100  101 

Franklin   200  201 

Gough   aOO  801 

Octavia  .  ..    400  401 

Laguna  '500  501 

Buchanan   600  601 

Webster   700  701 

FiUmore   800  801 

Steiner   900  901 

Pierce  1000  1001 

Scott  1100  1101 

Divisadero   1200  1201 

Broderick  1300  1301 

Baker  1400  (o) 

Lyon  1500  (o) 

Ontral  Avenue  1600  (o) 

Masonic    "   1700  (o) 

Ashbury  1800  (o) 

Clayton  1900  (o) 

Cole  2000  (o) 

Shrader  2100  (o) 

Stanyan   (e)  (e) 

Fella  Place,  from  E  s  PoweU  bet  Bu^ 
and  Pine 

Folton  (University  Homestead),  from 
San  Bruno  Av  bet  Silliman  and 
Burrows 

Fonton  Alley,  from  Corbett  Av  nr 
Twenty-fifth,  W  to  Lincoln  Av 

Fern  Avenue  (now  Street)  from  W  e 
Larkin  bet  Sutter  and  Bush,  W  to 
(rough 

CroM  Sit.  N. 

Larkin   2 

PoUt   100 

Van  Ness  Avenue   200 

FrankUn   300 

Gough   (e) 

Forrie.  See  Blake 

Fifteenth,  from  Carolina  bet  Alameda 
and  Sixteenth,  W  to  Park  Hill 
Av 

CroM  SU.  N. 

CaroUna   2 

DeHaro   100 

Rhode  Island   200 

Kansas   300 

Vermont   400 

San  Bruno  Avenue.   SOO 

Utah   660 

Potrero  Avenue  700 

Hampshire   800 

York   900 

Bryant  1000 

Florida  1100 

Alabama  1200 

Harrison  1300 

Folsom  1400 

ShotweU  

Howard  1600 

Natoma  

Hiana  

Misaion  1600 

JaUaa  Avenue  

Oaledonia   

ValeacU  1700 

Albion   

Qnerrero  1800 

AUeen  

Dolores  1900 

Landera  

(Jhureh  2000 

Sharon   

Market  

Sanchei  2100 

Noe  2200 

Castro  2300 

Beaver   

Buena  Vista  Ter.  

Park  HiU  Ave   (e) 


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E. 
1 


101 


201 


301 


401 

501 
601 

701 

801 
901 
1001 
1101 
1201 
ISOl 
1401 


Fifteenth  Avenue,  from  Presidio  Reser- 
vation S.  For  Noa.iee  Nineteenth 
At 

Flfleenth  Avenue  South.  See  Oulcdale 
Av 

Fifth,  from  S  s  Market  bet  Fourth  and 
Sixth.  S  E  to  Daggett 

CroM  St*.  W. 

Marltet   2 

Stevenson  

Mint  

Jessie   

Mission   100 

Minna  

Natoma  

Howard   200 

Tehama  

Clementina  

Folsom   300 

Shipley  

Qara  

Harrieon   400 

Perry   

Bryant   600 

Brannan   600 

Bluxome   

Townsend   700 

Jewett  

King   800 

Berry   900 

Channel  1000 

Hooper  1100 

Irwin  1200 

HubbeU  1800 

Daggett  1400 

Fifth  Avenue,  from  Presidio  Reserva- 
tion.  For  Nos.  see  Nineteenth  At 

Fifth  Avenue  South  (now  Evana  Av) 

Flgueroa  (now  Franconia),  from  Pe- 
ralta  At,  S  E  to  Rutledge  At 

Filbert,  from  the  bay  bet  Union  and 
Greenwich,  W  to  Presidio  Reser- 
Tation 

CroM  Sit.  N.  8. 

The  Embarcadero     

Front   2 

Battery   100 

Sansome   200 

Napier  Alley  

Darrell  PUoe  

Montgomery   300 

Kearny   400 

Genoa  Place   

Varennes   

Harwood  Alley   

Grant  ATtnue  600 

Medau  Place  

Jasper  Place   

Krausgrill  Alley  

Stockton   600 

Powell   700 

Columbus  ATenue  

Scotland  

Mason   800 

Taylor   900 

Roach  

Redfield  Alley  

Jones  1000 

LeaTenworth  1100 

Hyde  1200 

Larkin  1300 

Polk  1400 

Van  Neae  Arenue  1600 

Franklin  1600 

Qough  1700 

OcUria  1800 

Laguna  1900 

Buchanan  2000 

Ahlers  Court  

Webster  2100 

Fillmore  2200 

Steiner  2300 

Pierce  2400 

Scott  2600 

Divisadero  2600 

Broderick  2700 

Bakn-  2800 

I-yon   (e) 

Filbert  Place  (now  Genoa  Plaoe'^ 

Fillmore,  from  N  i  Duboce  Ave  bet 
Webster  and  Steiner,  N  to  the  bav 

Crott  SU.  E.  W. 

Duboce  Avenue   2 

Hermann   100 

Germania  

Wnllrr   200 


1 

101 
201 


301 
401 


601 


(0) 

701 


801 
901 


1001 
1101 
1201 
1301 
1401 
1501 
1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 
2001 

2101 
2201 
2301 
2401 
2501 
2601 
2701 
2801 
(e) 


101 


LauBsat   

Haight   300 

Rose  

Page   400 

Oak   600 

Fell   600 

Hayes   700 

Grove   800 

Fulton   900 

McAUister  1000 

Golden  Gate  Avenue  1100 

Turk  1200 

Larch   

Eddy  1300 

Ellis  1400 

Byington  

O'Farrdl  1500 

Geary  1600 

Post  1700 

Sutter  1800 

Bush  1900 

Wilmot  

Pine  2000  2001 

Calumet  Place   

California  2100 

Sacramento  2200 


301 

401 

601 
601 
701 
801 
901 
1001 
1101 
1201 

1301 
1401 

1501 
1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 


2101 
2201 


Clay  2300  2301 

Washington  2400  2401 

Jackson  2500  2501 

Pacific  Avenue  2600  2601 

Broadway  2700  2701 

Vallejo  2800  2801 

Green  2900  2901 

Union  3000  3001 

Filbert  3100  3101 

Pixley  Avenue  

Greenwich  3200  3201 

Moulton  

Lombard  3300  3301 

Chestnut  3400  3401 

Francisco  3500  3501 

Bay  36G0  3601 

NorthPoint  3700  3701 

Beach...  -  3800  3801 

Jefferson.-  3900  3901 


201 


Tonquin  4000  4001 

Lewis   (e)  (e) 

Fillmore  Place  (now  Calumet  Place) 
FIrit,  from  S  s  Market  bet  Fremont  and 

Second,  S  E  to  the  bay 
Crott  SU.  W.  E. 

Market   2  1 

Stevenson    

Jessie    

Eiim  Alley    

Mission   100  101 

Minna    

Natoma  

Howard   200  201 

Tehama  Place    

Tenny   

Clementina    

Folsom   300  301 

Guy  Place    

Boston  Place   

Lansing    

Harrison   400  401 

Simpson  Place    

Gabrielle  Place   

Goodsell  Place   

First  Court   

Alger  Place   

Bryant   600  601 

Federal    

Brannan  

Bluxome  

Townsend  

Emburciidero  

FIrjl  Avenue.   See  Arguello  Blvd. 
Firit  Avenue  South  (now  Arthur  Av) 
First  Court,  off  First  Street  bet  Har- 
rison and  Bryant 
Fiihar  Alley,  from  E  a  Powell  bet 

Pacific  and  Broadway 
Filch,  from  India,  S  W  to  CJounty  Line 
FIteh  Alley  (now  Fenton  Alley) 
Fitzgerald  Avanua,  from  County  Line 
N  W  to  Railroad  Av,  and  from 
Newhall  to  Charter  Oak  Av 
Flint,  from  Sixteenth  nr  Castro,  to 
Albany 

Flint  Alley  (now  Cowell  Place) 
Flood  Avenue  (Sunnyeide),  from  Cir- 
cular Av  bet  Hearst  and  Staples 
 Ays  W  to  Hamburg   


E. 
1 

101 
201 
301 
401 
501 
601 
701 
801 
901 
1001 
1101 
1201 
1301 
1401 
1601 
1601 
(e) 


N. 


100 
200 
300 


Flora  (Silver  Terrace),  from  Bay  View 

bet  Pomona  and  Newhall,  S  to 

Thornton  At 
Florence.   See  Head 
Florance,  from  point  N  of  Broadway 

bet  Taylor  and  Jones,  N  to  Vallejo 
Florence  Alley,  now  Florentine 
Florentine,  from  £  s  Mission  nr  County 

Line 

Florida,  from  Division  bet  Bryant  and 
Alabama,  S  to  Peralta  Av 

Cross  Stt.  W. 

Division   2 

Alameda   100 

Fifteenth   200 

Sixteenth   300 

Seventeenth   400 

Mariposa   500 

Eighteenth   600 

Nineteenth   700 

Twentieth   800 

Twenty-first   900 

Twenty-second  1000 

Twenty-third  1100 

Twenty-fourth  1200 

Twenty-fifth  1300 

Twenty-sixth  1400 

Army  1500 

Precita  Avenue  1800 

Peralta  ATenue   (e) 

Flower,  from  Loomis,  W  to  San  Bruno 
Av 

Foenter  (Sunnyside),  from  point  nr 
Staples  Av  bet  Edna  and  Gen- 
esee, N  to  Thirty-third 

Folgar  Allay,  from  S  s  Ellis  bet  Webster 
and  Fillmore 

Foliom,  from  the  bay  bet  Howard  and 
Harrison,  S  W  and  S  to  point  8 
of  Oescent  Av 

CroM  SU. 
The  Embarcadero 

Steuart  

Spear  

Main  

Beale  

Richardson  Place 

Zeno  Place   

Fremont   400 

Baldwin  (^nrt  

Grote  Place   

First   500 

Ecker  

Essex   

Second   600 

Hawthorne  

Hampton  Place   

Third   700 

Ritch   

Eliaa  Place   

Alice   

Fourth   800 

Miller  Place   

Fifth   900 

Falmouth   

Sixth  1000 

Harriet  

Columbia  Square   

Russ  

Sherman   

Moss  

Seventh  1100 

Langton  

Hallam   

Rauscb  

Rodgers   

Eighth  1200 

Ninth  1300 

Dore  

Tenth  1400 

Juniper   

Eleventh  1500 

Norfolk   

Twelfth  1600 

W. 

Thirteenth  1700 

Erie  

Fourteenth  1800 

Fifteenth  1900 

Sixteenth  2000 

Enterprise   

Seventeenth  2100 

Eighteenth  2200 

Nineteenth  2300 

Twentieth  2400 

Twenty-first   2.W0 

Twpn  tv-second  2600 


101 
201 
301 


401 


601 


601 


701 


801 
901 


100) 


1101 


1201 
1301 

1401 

1501 

1601 
E. 

1701 

1801 
1901 
2001 

2101 
2201 
2301 
2401 
2501 
2601 


PACIFIC  FOUNDRY  COMPANY 


18th  and  Harrison  Sts. 


SEE  PAGE  88 


Phone  Mission  1105 


222 


STBEET  AND  AVENUE  GUIDE 


Folsom —  (Continued) 

Twenty-third  2700  2701 

Twenty-fourth  2800  2801 

Twenty-fifth  2900  2901 

Twenty-siith  3000  3001 

Serpentine  Avenue  

Army  3100  3101 

Precita  Avenue  3200  320 1 

Stoneman  3300 

Ripley  3400  3401 

Waltham   

Esmeralda  Avenue  3500  3501 

Powhattan  3600  3601 

■  Eugenia  Avenue  3700  3701 

Cortland     "   3800  3801 

Jarboe       "   3900  3901 

Tompkins    "   4000  4001 

Ogden  4100  4101 

Crescent  Avenue  4200  4201 

Feliom  Avenue  (see  Rodgers) 

Fool*  Avenue  (Wect  End  Tract),  from 

W  e  Miesion  nr  County  Line 
Ford,  from  W  s  Sanchez  bet  Seven- 
teenth and  Eighteenth,  W  to  Noe 
Ford  (City  Land  Association  Tract), 

see  Byibee 
Fortieth  Avenue,  from  (dement,  S  to 

Yorba.  For  Nos.  see  Nineteenth  Av 
Fortieth  Avenue  South,  see  Pulaski  Av 
Forty-eighth  Avenue,  from  point  N  of 

Clement,  S  to  Ocean  Boulevard. 

For  Nos.  Bee  Nineteenth  Av 
Forty-fifth  Avenue,  from  Clement  S 

to  Yorba.  For  Nos.  see  Nineteenth 

Av 

Forty-fifth  Avenue  South,  see  Ugarte  Av 
Forty-firtt  Avenue,  from  Clement  S 

to  Yorba.  For  Nos.  see  Nineteenth 

At 

Forty-firtt  Avenue  South, see  Quebec  A  v 
Forty-fourth  Avenue,  from  Clement  S 

to  YiOrba.  For  Nos.  see  Nineteenth 

At 

Forty-fourth  Avenue  South,  see  Tovar 
Av 

Forty-ninth  Avenue,  see  La  Plays 
For  Nos.  see  Nineteenth  Av 

Forty-iecond  Avenue,  from  Clement  8 
to  Yorba.  For  Nos.  see  Nmeteenth 
Af 

Forty-Second  Avenue  South,  see  Richter 
Av 

Forty-seventh  Avenue,  from  Clement  S 
to  Yorba.  For  Nos.  see  Nineteenth 
At 

Ferty-iixth  Avenue,  from  Clemeut  S  to 
Yorba. 

Forty-third  Avenue,  from  Clement  S 
to  Yorba.  For  Nos.  see  Nineteenth 
At 

Forty-third  Avenue  South,  see  Sampson 
Av 

Fountain,  from  8  s  Twenty-fourth  bet 
Hoffman  Av  and  Bellevue,  S  to 
Clipper 

Fourteenth,  from  W  s  Harrison  bet 
Duboce  Avenue  and  Fifteenth,  W 
to  Buena  Vista  Terrace 

Crou  Stt.  N. 

Harrison   2 

Treat  Avenue  

Folsom   100 

Shotwell   

Howard  :   200 

Natoma   

Minna   

Mission   300 

Woodward  

.Julian  Avenue   

Stevenson  

Valencia   400 

Guerrero   500 

Rosemont  Place  

Dolores   600 

Landers   

Market  

Church   700 

Belcher  

Boynton  Court   

Sanchei   800 

Walter  

Noe   900 

Castro  1000 

Alpine  

Buena  Vista  Ter   (e) 


S 


101 
201 


801 


401 

601 


601 


701 


801 

901 
1001 


Fourteenth    Avenue,   from  Presidio 
Reservation  S  to  Wawona.  For 
Nos.  see  Nineteenth  At 
Fourteenth  Avenue  South  (now  New- 
comb  At) 
Fourth,  from  S  s  Market  bet  Third  and 

Fifth,  S  E  to  the  bay 
Croat  St3. 

Market  

Pioneer  Place  

Stevenson  

Jessie  


Minna. . . 
Natoma. 


Tehama . . . . 
Clementina . 

Folsom  

Shipley  

Clara  


Perry . , . 
Stillman 


Welsh.. 
Freelon . 


Bluxome . 
Town  send 

King  

Berry. . . . 
Channel . . 


Irwin . 


Kentucky  . 


Georgia . 


w. 

E. 

2 

•  

1 



100 

101 

Ml 

300 

301 

400 

401 

600 

501 

600 

601 

700 

701 

800 

801 

1100 

1101 

1200 

1201 

1800 

1301 

1400 

1401 

1600 

1700 

(e) 

Fourth  Avenue,  from  Presidio  Reserva- 
tion, S  to  Kirkham.  For  Nos.  gee 
Nineteenth  Av 

Fourth  Avenue  South  (now  Davidson 

Av) 

Fout  Avenue,  off  Eighteenth,  from  S  e 
Clarendon  Av,  S  to  Pemberton  PI 

Fowier  Avenue  (Stanford  Heights), 
from  Twenty-fifth,  S  to  Sussex 

France  Avenue  (Excelsior  Homestead), 
from  Mission  S  of  Russia  Av 

Francis  (Academy  Tract),  from  N  W  i 
Mission  bet  Cotter  and  Croke 

Francisco,  from  the  bay  bet  Chestnut 
and  Bay,  W  to  Presidio  Reserva- 
tion 

Croti  Sti.  N.  S. 

The  Embarcadero  

Montgomery  

Kearny   100  101 

Grant  Avenue   200  201 

Midway    

Bellair  Place   

Stockton   300  301 

Worden    

Powell   400  401 

Mason   500  501 

Taylor   600  601 

Columbus  Avenue  

Jones   700  701 

Leavenworth   800  801 

Hyde   (c)  (c) 

Larkin  1000  1001 

Polk  1100  1101 

Van  Ness  Avenue  1200  1201 

Franklin  1300  1301 

Gough  1400  1401 

Octavia  1500  1501 

Laguna   (c)  (c) 

Lobos  Square  

Webster  1800  1801 

Fillmore  1900  1901 

Steiner  2000  2001 

Pierce  2100  2101 

Scott  2200  2201 

Divisadero  2300  2301 

Broderick  2400  2401 

Baker  2500  2501 

Lyon   (e)  (e) 

Franconia  Avenue  (now  Street)  (Bernal 
Heights),  from  S  s  of  Peralta  Av 
W  of  York,  S  to  Powhattan  Av 

Frank,  from  W  s  Mason  bet  Pine  and 
California 


Frankfort  Avenue,  from  N  s  Thu'teenth 
bet  Mission  and  Howard 

Franklin,  from  N  s  Market  bet  Van 
Ness  Av  and  Gough,  N  to  Bay 

CroM  Sit. 


LUy . . . . 

Oak  

Hickory. 

FeU  

Linden. . 
Hayes. . . 
Ivy  


Ash. 


Redwood  

Golden  Gate  Avenue. 

Elm  

Turk  

Larch   

Eddy  

WUlow  

EUis  

Olive  


Myrtle. 
Geary.. 
Poet... 


Fern  

Bush  

Austin .  . 
Pine  . 
Califo  nia. 


Clay. 


Union. . 


Biackstone  . 


E. 

W. 

1 

101 

201 

301 

401 

500 

501 

600 

601 

.  700 

701 

800 

801 

900 

901 

1001 

1100 

1101 

1201 

1301 

1400 

1401 

1500 

1501 

1601 

1700 

1701 

1800 

1801 

1900 

1901 

2000 

2001 

2100 

2101 

2200 

2201 

2300 

2301 

2400 

2401 

2500 

2501 

2600 

2601 

2700 

2701 

2800 

2801 

2900 

2901 

8000 

3001 

3100 

3101 

Bay  

Fort  Mason . 


Franklin  Park,  bet  Sixteenth,  Seven- 
teenth, Hampshire  and  Bryant 

Frederick,  from  Buena  Vista  Av  S  of 
Waller,  W  to  Arguello  Blvd 

Freedom,  E  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr  Islais 
Oeek 

Freelon,  from  W  s  Zoe  bet  Bryant  and 

Brannan,  8  W  to  W  of  Fourth 
Froeman  Court,  from  SsClay  bet  Powell 

and  Mason 
Fremont,  from  S  s  Market  bet  Beale 

and  First,  S  £  to  the  bay 
Crou  Sts.  jr. 

Market   2 

Misssbn   100 

Natoma  

Howard   200 

Lincoln  Place  — — 

Folsom   300 

Harrison   400 

Lawrence  Place   

Bryant   500 

Brannan  

The  Embarcadero  

Fremont  Court.  See  Freeman  Court 
French  (now  Charles),  from  W  side 

Mission  nr  West  Av 
Fresno  (South  S.  F.),  from  the  bay 
bet  Plumas  and  India,  W  to  Arthur 
At 

Front,  from  N  s  Market  bet  Davis  and 
Battery,  N  to  the  bay 

Cross  St>.  E. 

Market   2 

Pine   100 

California   200 

HaUeck   

Sacramento   300 

Commercial  

Clay   400 

Merchant   

Washington   500 

Oregon  


E. 
1 

101 

201 

301 
401 

601 


W. 
1 

101 
201 

301 

401 

501 


HYLAND  BAG  CO. 


BURLAP 


■  WAT.  NOV.  «l 


**JPep 
Power 
JPichup^' 

"DOUBLE 
SEAL" 

PISTON 
RINGS 

For 
All  Motors 


Factory  Branch 

1124  POLK 

S.  F. 

Franklin  2353 


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Capitals 
& 

Brackets 


S  r<j  r  -  Si 
13  5  Second''-: . 
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228 


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CASTERS 
STFEL  AND  WOOD  WHEELBARROWS 
AXLES  -  CAR  WHEELS 
HAND  CARTS 
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338-348  Brannan  St. 
Phone  Kaarny  297S 


STREET  AND  AVENUE  GUIDE 


Front — (Continued) 

Jackson                       600  601 

aark    

Pacific                        700  701 

Chambers    

Broadway                    800  801 

Vallejo                         900  901 

Green  1000  1001 

Commerce   

Union  1100  1101 

Filbert  

The  Embarcadero  

Fulton,  from  N  s  Market  bet  Grove  and 

McAllister  W  to  the  ocean 

Croat  Sts.                        N.  S. 

Larkin   1 

Polk                           100  101 

Van  Ness  Avenue            200  201 

Franklin                      300  301 

Gough                        400  401 

Octavia                       500  601 

Laguna                       600  601 


Buchanan   700 

Webster   800 


Third 
Fourth 
Fifth 
Sixth 
Seventh 
Eighth 
Ninth 
Tenth 
Eleventh 
TweUth 
Thirteenth 
Fourteenth 
Fifteenth 
Sixteenth 
Seventeenth 
Eighteenth 
Nineteenth 
Twentieth 
Twenty-first 
Twenty-second 
Twenty-third 
Twenty-fourth 
Twenty-fifth 
Twenty-sixth 
Twenty-seventh 
Twenty-eifshth 
Twenty-ninth 
Thirtieth 
Thirty-first 
Thirty-second 
Thirty-third 
Thirty-fourth 
Thirty-fifth 
Thirty-sixth 
Thirty-seventh 
Thirty-eighth 
Thirty-ninth 
Fortieth 
Forty-first 
Forty-second 
Forty-third 
Forty-fourth 
Forty-fifth 
Forty-sixth 
Forty-seventh 
Fortv-elghtli 


701 
801 


Filhnore   900  901 


Steiner  1000 

Pierce  1100  (o) 

Scott  1200  1201 

Divisadero  1300  1301 

Broderick  1400  1401 

Baker  1500  1501 

Lyen  1600  1601 

Central  Avenue  1700  1701 

Masonic    "    (o)  1801 

Ashbury   (o)  1901 

Clayton   (o)  2001 

Cole   (o)  2101 

Parker  Avenue  2SW0   

Shrader   

North  Stanyan  2300 

Stanyan   (o) 

Willard  North  2400 

Arguello  Blvd  2500 

Second  Avenue.  2600 


2201 


2700 
2800 
2900 
3000 

Avenue  3100 

"  ....3200 
"  ....3300 
"  ....3400 
"  ....3500 
•  ....3600 
"  ....3700 
"  ...3800 
"    ... .3900 
'•  ...4000 
'•  ....4100 
"  ....4200 
"  ...4300 
"  ....4400 
....4500 
....4600 
....4700 
....4800 
....4900 
...5000 
....6100 
. . . .6200 
....5300 
....5400 
....5500 
....5600 
. . . .5700 
...6800 
....5900 
....6000 
....6100 
....6200 
....6300 
...6400 
...6500 
...6600 
....  6700 
....6800 
...6900 
....7000 
.7100 
.7200 


0) 


l,a  Playa  7300 

Funston  Avenue  (formerly  13th  Av), 
from  Mountain  Lake  Park,  S  to 
Ulloa.  For  Noa.  See  Nineteenth  Av 
G  South.   Sec  Griffith 
Gabritllt  Pl«e».  from  E  s  First  bet 
H;\rri*in  nnt]  Tirvnnt 


Galnet,  from  N  s  Green  bet  Battery 
and  Saneome,  N  to  Union 

Galttr  Court,  from  E  g  Guerrero  bet 
Sixteenth  and  Camp 

Gile,  from  S  s  Townsend  bet  First  and 
Second 

Galvoz  Avonue,  from  Water  Front,  N  W 

to  Islais  Creek 
Gambler  (University  Homestead),  from 

Silver  Av,  S  to  Olmstead 
Garcia  Avenue  (Forest  Hill)  off  Pa- 

checo  nr  Seventh  Av  (Sunset) 
Garden  (now  Harriet) 
Garden  Avenue  (now  Street),  from  W  s 

Divisadero  bet  Geary  and  Post 

W  to  Broderick 
Garden  Lane,  E  from  San  Jose  Av  nr 

Tingley 

Gardner,  from  N  s  Post  bet  Kearny  and 

Grant  Av 

Garfield  (City  Land  Ass'n  Tract),  W  of 

San  Jose  Av  nr  County  Line 
Garfield  Avenue.  See  Lucky 
Garfield    Square,   bet  Twenty-fifth, 
Twentv-sixth,  Harrison  and  Treat 
Av 

Garibaldi,  from  N  s  Green  bet  Mont- 
gomery and  Kearny,  N  to  Union 

Gates  (Bernal  Heights),  from  S  s  Es- 
meralda Av  nr  Ellsworth 

Gaven,  from  W  a  San  Bruno  Av  nr 
head  Islais  Creek 

Gaven  Place.  See  Grover  Place 

Geary,  from  junction  Market  and 
Kearny  bet  O'FarreU  and  Post, 
W  to  Sutro  Heights 

CroM  Stt.  N.  S. 

Market  and  Kearny   2  1 

Brooks   

Grant  Avenue   100 

Stockton   (o) 

PoweU   300 

Regan  Place   

Mason   400 

Martha  Place   

Metcalfe  Place  

Taylor   500 

Geary  Place   

William  

Jones   600 

Geary  Court  

Leavenworth   700 

Hyde   800 

Vasserot  Place   

Saratoga  Court  

Larkin   900 

Polk  1000 

Van  Ness  Avenue  1100 

Franklin  1200 

Gough  1300 

Octavia  1400 

Laguna  15(K) 

Buchanan  1600 

Sunnv  Comt   

Webster  1700 

Fillmore  1800 

Avery  

Steiner   (o) 

Scott   . .  .2100 

Divisadero  2200 

Broderick  2300 

St.  Joseph'  Avenue   

Baker  2400 

Lyon  2500 

Presidio  Avenue  2600 

Josephine   

Masonic  Avenue  27(K) 

Emerson   

Wood  2800 

Collins  2900 

Blftkc  3000 

Cook  3100 

Boycp  3200 

Parker  Avenue  3300 

Commonwealth  Avenue.. 3400 

Johnston  Avenue  3500 

Jordan  Avenue  3600 

Henderson  Avenue. ..  .3700 
Palm  "    ....  3800 

.^rguoUo  Boulevard     

Peoond  .Avenue  ....    

Third  "  ....3900  3901 
Fourth        '  ....4000  4001 

Fifth  "  ...  4100  4101 

Sixth  -  ....420C  4201 

Seventh      "  ....4300  4303 

F.iclitli        "  .  .  .4400  4401 


101 
201 
301 

401 


501 


601 

701 
801 


901 
1001 
1101 
1201 
1301 
1401 
1501 
1601 

1701 
1801 

1901 
2101 
2201 
2301 

I 

2701 

2801 
2901 
3001 
3101 
3201 
3301 
3401 
3501 
3601 
3701 
3801 


Ninth  Avenue.  . .  .4500  4501 
Tenth  "    ....4600  4601 

Eleventh  "    ....4700  4701 

Twelfth  '    ....4800  4801 

Thirteenth  *  ....4900  4901 
Fourteenth  *  ....5000  6001 
Fifteenth  "    ....8100  5101 

Sixteenth  *  ....5200  6201 
Seventeenth  *  ....5300  6301 
Eighteenth  "  ....5400  5401 
Nineteenth  "  ....6600  5501 
Twentieth  *  ....6600  6601 
Twenty-first  "  ....5700  6701 
Twenty-second  *  ....6800  6801- 
Twenty-third  "  ....5900  5901 
Twenty-fourth  "  ....6000  6001 
Twenty-fifth  "  ...6100  6101 
Twenty-sixth  "  ....6200  6201 
Twenty-seventh  •  ....6800  6801 
Twenty-eighth  "  ....6400  6401 
Twenty-ninth  *  ..  .6600  6501 
Thirtieth  *    ....6600  6601 

Thirty-first  *  ....6700  6701 
Thu-ty-second  '  ....6800  6801 
Thirty-third  "  .  .  .6900  6901 
Thirty-fourth  "  ....7000  7001 
Thirty-fifth  "  ....7100  7101 
Thirty-sixth  "  ....7200  7201 
Thirty-seventh  "  ....7300  7801 
Thirty-eighth  "  ....7400  7401 
Thirty-ninth      *    ....7600  7601 

Fortieth  "    ....   7601 

Forty-first        -    ....   7701 

Forty-second     "     ...   7801 

Forty-third  •  ....7900  7901 
Forty-fourth  "  ...  8000  8001 
Forty-fifth  "  ...  8100  8101 
Forty-sixth  "  ....8200  8201 
Forty-seventh  "  ....8300  8301 
Forty-eighth  •  ....(e)  (e) 
Sutro  Heights. 
Geary  Court,  from  N  s  Geary  bet  Jones 

and  Leavenworth 
Geary  Plact,  from  S  s  Geary  bet  Taylor 

and  Jones 
Genesee  (Sunnyside),  from  point  nr 

Staples   Av  bet   Foerster  and 

Hamburg,  W  to  Sussex 
Geneva.   See  Lucerne 
Geneva  Avenue,  from  point  nr  Ocean  Av, 

S  E  to  Moscow,  bet  Seneca  and 

Niagara  Ava  to  Mission,  beyond 

Mission  bet  Amazon  and  Rolph 
Gtnoa  Place,  from  N  s  Union  bet 

Kearny  and  Grant  Av.N  to  Filbert 
Gsorgt  (closed),  from  Hooper  bet  Fifth 

and  Sixth,  S  E  to  Hubbell 
Georgia,  from  the  bay  bet  Louisiana 

and  Michigan,  S  to  Arthur  At 
Gsrke  Alley,  from  E  s  Grant  At  bet 

Filbert  and  Greenwich 
Germania  Avenue  (now  Street),  from 

W  s  Webster  bet  Hermann  and 

WaUer,  W  to  Steiner 
Gertrudis,  E  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr  Islais 

Creek 

Gatz,  from  Mount  Vernon  Av  W  of 

North  to  Harold  Av 
GIbb,  from  W  s  Columbus  At  bet 

Washington  and  Jackson 
GIbralUr  (South  S.  F.).   See  Twenty- 
eighth  Av  South 
Gila  (South  S.  F.).   See  E  South 
Gilbert,  from  S  s  Bryant  bet  Sixth  and 

Seventh,  S  E  to  point  S  of  Brannan 
Gilman  Avenue,  from  County  Line,  N  W 

to  Railroad  Av 
Gllroy  (near  County  Line)  from  Ineer- 

son  Av  to  Jamestown  Av  bet 

Griffith  and  Hawes 
Girard  (University  Homestead),  from 

Silver  Av,  S  to  Wilde 
Gladys,  from  Santa  Marina  nr  Mission, 

S  W  to  West  Av 
Glasgow,  from  N  e  Eddy  bet  Powell 

and  Mason,  N  to  Ellis 
Glen  Avenue.    See  Chenery,  nr  Dia- 
mond, W  to  Surrey 
Glen  Avenue  (Stanford  Heights),  from 

Thirtieth  and  Bellevue,  N  W  to 

Valley  and  Twin  Peaks  Av 
Glendals,  from  Falcon  Av  bet  Copper 

Alley  and  Romain,  W  to  Corbett  At 
Glover,  from  W  s  Jones  bet  Broadway 

and  \'allejo.  W  to  Leavenworth 
Godaus,  from  Mission  nr  Thirtieth  to 

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GoMha,  from  Mission  di  County  Line, 
N  W 

Goettingtn  (UniTersity  Homestead), 
from  S  B  SilTer  At,  S  to  Campbell 
Av 

Going  (Reis  Tract)  bet  Cambridge  and 
Sawyer  from  Arleta  Av,  N  to  Bow 

Gald,  from  W  s  Sansome  bet  Jackson 
and  Pacific,  W  to  Montgomery 

Gold  Alley  (now  Goldine  Al) 

Golden  Court,  from  S  s  Sacramento  bet 
Jones  and  LeaTenworth 

Golden  Gate  Avenue,  from  junction 
Market  and  Taylor  bet  McAllister 
and  Turk,  W  to  Arriello  Blvd 

Crost  SU.  N.  S. 

Market  and  Taylor   2  1 

Jones   100  101 

Leavenworth   200  201 

Dale  Place   

Hyde   300  301 

Golden  Place    

Larkin   400  401 

Polk   500  501 

Van  Ness  Avenue   600  601 

Franklin   700  701 

Gough   800  801 

Octavia   (o)  901 

Laguna  1000  1001 

Buchanan  1100  1101 

Crane  Place    

Webster  1200  1201 

Fillmore  1300  1301 

Steiner  1400  1401 

Pierce  1500  1501 

Scott  1600  1601 

Seymour    

Divisadero  1700  1701 

Broderick  1800  1801 

Baker  1900  1901 

Lyon  2000  2001 

Central  Avenue  2100  2101 

Masonic   (c)  (c) 

Masonic  Cemetery  

Willard  North  2800  2801 

ArgueoU  Blvd.   (e)  (e) 

Golden  Gate  Park,  bet  Fulton  and  H 
streets,  from  Stanyan  W  to  the 
ocean 

Golden  Place,  from  N  s  Golden  Gate 

Av  bet  Hyde  and  Larkin 
Golden  State  Avenue,  from  Lake  View 

Ave  N  to  Ocean  Ave  bet  Plymouth 

and  Mlramar  Avs 
Golding  Allay,  from  Grand  View  At 

opp  Elizabeth,  W  to  Lincoln  At 
Goldman  Place.   See  Warren  Place 
Good  Children  (now  Child) 
Goodiell  Place,  from  E  s  First  bet 

Harrison  and  Bryant 
Gordon,  from  N  s  Harrison  bet  Eighth 

and  Ninth 
Gorham,  from  Springdale  to  San  Joae 

Av,  bet  Badger  and  Tingley 
Goteerg,  S  E  of  Mission  nr  County 

Line 

ough,  from  N    Market  bet  Franklin 
and  Octavia.  N  to  Bay 
Crosi  SU.  E.  W. 

Market  and  Haight   2  1 

Rose  

Page   100  101 

LUy  

Oak   200  201 

Hickory  

Fell   300  301 

Linden  

Hayes   400  401 

Ivy  

Grove   500  501 

Fulton   600  601 

Ash    

McAUister   700  701 

Golden  Gate  Avenue. ...  800  (o) 

Elm   (o) 

Turk   900  (o) 

Eddy  1000  1001 

Willow  

Ellis  1100  1101 

O'Farrell  .....1200  1201 

Myrtle    

Geary  1300  1301 

Post  1400  1401 

Sutter  1500  1501 

Fern   

Bush  1600  1601 

Austin  


STREET  AND  AVENUE  GUIDE 

Pine..^  1700  1701 

California  1800  1801 

Sacramento  1900  (o) 

Clay  2000  (o) 

Washington  2100  2101 

Jackson  2200  2201 

Pacific  Avenue  2300  2301 

Broadway  2400  2401 

Vallejo  2500  2501 

Green  2600  2601 

Union  2700  2701 

Filbert  2800  2801 

Greenwich  2900  2901 

Lombard  3000  3001 

Chestnut  3100  3101 

Francisco  3200  3201 

Bay   (c)  (c) 

Fort  Mason  

Gould,  from  Paul  Av  bet  Carr  and 

Exeter,  S  to  Salinas  Av 
Grace,  from  S  s  Mission  bet  Ninth  and 

Tenth,  S  E  to  Howard 
Grace  Terrace,  from  S  s  California  bet 

Grant  Av  and  Stockton 
Grafton  Avenue  (Lake  View),  from  Har- 
old Av,  W  to  Ashton  Av 
Graham  Place,  from  N  s  Green  bet 
Grant  Av  and  Stockton,  N  to 
Union.    See  Price  Row 
Granada  Avenue  (Lake  View),  from 

Lake  View  Av,  N  to  Ocean  Av 
Grand  (now  Grace) 

Grand  Place,  from  S  s  Filbert  bet 
Kearny  and  Grant  At.  See 
Harwood  Alley 

Grand  View  Avenue,  from  Corwin,  S  to 
Corbett  At  and  Twenty-fourth 

Grant  (College  Homestead),  from  Canal 
S  to  Silver  Ave 

Grant  (now  Buell) 

Grant  Alley,  from  S  s  Fifteenth  bet 
Guerrero  and  Dolores,  S  to  Six- 
teenth.  See  Spencer  Alley 

Grant  Avenue,  from  N  a  Market  bet 
Kearny  and  Stockton,  N  to  the  bay 

Cro»«  Sts.  E.  W. 

Market  and  O'Farrell.  .     2  1 

Geary   100  101 

Manila  

Post   200  201 

Ashburton  Place    

C!ompton  Place   

Tillman  Alley   

Sutter   300  301 

Harlan  Place   

Bush   400  401 

Pine   500  601 

Vinton  Court   

California   600  601 

Sacramento   700  701 

Ommercial    

Clav   800  801 

Washington   900  901 

Hall  Court   

Jackson  1000  1001 

Cum  Cook  Alley   

Baker  Alley   

Pacific  1100  1101 

Adler    

Broadway..  1200  1201 

0)lumbu8  Avenue  

Hinckley    

Vallejo  1300  1301 

Green  1400  1401 

Union  1600  1501 

Noble's  Alley.    

Filbert  1600  1601 

Gerke  Alley    

Pardee  Allev   

Greenwich  1700  1701 

Edith   

Edgardo  Place   

I^ombard  1800  1801 

Whiting    

Chestnut  1900  1901 

fleiffer    

Ashton   

Francisco  2000  2001 

Bav  2100  2101 

NorthPoint  2200  2201 

Beach  

The  Embarcadero  

Grant  Place  (now  Grote  Place) 

Grattan,  from  Clayton  nr  Alma  Av,  W 
to  Stanyan 

Great  Highway.   See  Ocean  Boulevard 

Greece,  from  Knieht's  PI.tcp  ^'  W 


Green,  from  the  bay  bet  Vallejo  and 
Union,  W  to  Presidio  Reservation 

Croat  Ste.  N. 
The   Embarcadero  and 

Davis                         2  1 

Front  

Battery                         100  101 

Gaines    

Sansome                      200  201 

Calhoun    

Montgomery                  300  301 

Garibaldi    

Kohler's  Place   

Windsor  Place    

Reed  Place   

Kearny                         400  401 

Sonora  

Varennes    

Grant  Avenue                500  501 

Bannam  Place    

Jasper  Place    

Price  Row  

Columbus  Avenue  

Stockton                      600  601 

Powell                        700  701 

August  Alley    

Mason                          800  801 

Taylor                          900  901 

Jones  1000  1001 

Leavenworth  1100  1101 

New  Orleans  Avenue    

Hamlin  

Hyde  1200  1201 

Eastman    

Larkin  1300  1301 

Polk  1400  1401 

Van  Ness  Avenue  1500  1501 

Franklin  1600  1601 

Gough  1700  1701 

Octavia  1800  1801 

Laguna  1900  1901 

Buchanan  2000  2001 

Webster  2100  2101 

FUlmore  2200  2201 

Steiner  2300  2301 

Pierce  2400  2401 

Scott  2500  2601 

Divisadero  2600  2601 

Broderick  2700  2701 

Baker  2800  2801 

Lyon                             (e)  (c) 

Green  Avenue  ((^ker  Tract),  off 
Mission  nr  County  Line 

Green  Place  (now  Windsor  Place) 

Graan'i  Court,  from  N  a  Howard  bet 
Steuart  and  Spear 

Greenwich,  from  the  bay  bet  Filbert 
and  Lombard,  W  to  Presidio 
Reservation 

Crott  Stt.                        N.  S. 

The  Embarcadero              2  1 

Battery                         100  101 

Sansome                       200  201 

Pringle  Court    

Montgomery                   300  301 

Kearny                         400  401 

Telegraph  Place    

Grant  Avenue                500  501 

Kramer  Place   

Stockton                      600  601 

Brant  Alley  

Powell                        700  701 

Grover  Place   

Greenwich  Alley    

Mason                         800  801 

Hartman    

Jansen    

Taylor                        900  901 

Roach   

Jones  1000  1000 

Leavenworth  1100  1101 

Southard  Place    

Hyde  1200  1201 

Larkin  1300  1301 

Polk  1400  1401 

Van  Ne.<s  Avenue  1500  1501 

FriinWin  1600  1601 

BlnokFtone  

Impensil  Avenue  

Gough  1700  1701 

()nu,via  1800  1801 

Liirui'ii  1900  1901 

|.i<.b  Court   

Buchiin.'m  2000  2001 

WVhiiT  2100  2101 

FiHn.nrp  2200  2201 

23nn  2301 


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Pia-ce  2400  2401 

Soott  2500  2501 

Divisadero  2600  2601 

Broderick  2700  2701 

Baker  2800  2801 

Lyon   (e)  (e) 

Greenwich  Place,  from  N  b  Greenwich 
bet  Powell  and  Mason,  N  to 
Lombard 

Greenwich  Terrace,  oGF  Greenwich  bet 

Hyde  and  Leavenworth,  S 
Grenada  (South  S.  F.).   See  Twenty- 
third  At  South 
Griffith,  from  India  SW  to  CJountv  Line 
Grimtn't  Place,  from  S  s  Pacific  bet 

Hyde  and  Larkin 
Grote  Place,  from  S  s  Folsom  bet  Fre- 
mont and  First 
Grove,  from  N  s  Market  bet  Hayes 

and  Fulton,  W  to  Stanyan 
Croa$  Sts.  N.  S. 

Larkin   1 

Polk   100  101 

Van  Ness  Avenue   200  201 

Franklin   300  301 

Gough   400  401 

Octavia   500  601 

Laguna   600  601 

Buchanan   700  701 

Webster   800  801 

Fillmore   900  901 

Steiner   (c)  (c) 

Alamo  Square  

Scott  1200  1201 

Divisadero  1300  1301 

Broderick  1400  1401 

Baker  1500  1501 

Lyon  1600  1601 

Ontral  Avenue  1700  1701 

Masonic  Avenue  1800  1801 

Ashbury  1900  1901 

Qayton  2000  2001 

Cole  2100  2101 

Shrader  2200  2201 

Stanyan   (e)  (e) 

Groveland  Avenue  (now  street),  bet 
Caselli  Av  and  Eagle,  N  to  Moss  Av 
Grover  Place,  from  E  g  Columbu;  Av 

nr  Filbert,  N  to  Greenwich 
Guadalupe  (South  S.  F.).   See  Thir- 
tieth At  South 
Guatemala  (South  S.  F.).   See  Forty- 
second  Av  South 
Guerrero,  from  S  s  Market  bet  Valencia 
and  Dolores,  S  to  San  Jose  Av 
Crou  SU.  W.  E. 

Market   2  1 

Duboce  Avenue   100  101 

Clinton  Park  

Brosnan   

Fourteenth   200  201 

Fifteenth   300  301 

Sixteenth   400  401 

Qaiser  Court   — 

C!amp   

Seventeenth   600 

Dorland  

Eighteenth   600 

Nineteenth   700 

Cumberland  

Twentieth  800 

Liberty  

Twenty-first   900 

Hill  

Twenty-second  1000 

Alvanido   

Twenty-third  1100 

Eliiabeth   

Twenty-fourth  1200 

Twentv-fifth  1300 

Twenty-sixth  1400 

Army  

Twenty-seventh  1500 

Duncan  

Twenty-<ighth  1600 

San  Jose  Avenue   (e) 


501 

601 
701 

801 

901 

1001 

1101 

1201 
1301 
1401 

1501 

1601 
(e) 

Guiana  (South  S.  F.).     See  Thirty 

second  Av  South 
Gundlach,  W  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr 

(>)unty  Line 
Gunniion  Avenue  (ncrnal  Heights,  now 

Hnrriaon).  from  S  s  Prccita  Av  bet 

Alabama  and  Treat  Av 
Gutenberg    fWert  End  Homestead), 

S  K  of  Miwion  nr  County  Line 


Guy  Place,  from  W  a  First  bet  Folsom 

and  Harrison 
H  (now  IJncoln  Way) 
H  South.   See  Hswes 
Hahn.  W  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr  Ojunty 

Line 

Halght,  from  junction  Market  and 
Gough,  bet  Waller  and  Page,  W 
to  Stanyan 

Croai  Sta.                         N.  S. 

Market  and  Gough             2  1 

Conway  Court   

Octavia                       100  101 

Laguna                         200  201 

Buchanan                     800  301 

Webster                      400  401 

Fillmore                      500  501 

Steiner                          600  601 

Pierce                         700  701 

Scott                          800  801 

Divisadero                     900  901 

Broderick  1000  1001 

Buena  Vista  Avenue    (o) 

Baker  1100  (o) 

Lyon  :  1200  (o) 

Buena  Vista  Avenue    1299 

Central  Avenue  1300  1301 

Masonic  Avenue  1400  1401 

Ashbury  1500  1501 

Clayton  1600  1601 

Belvedere   

Cole  1700  1701 

Shrader  1800  1801 

Stanyan  , .   (e)  (e) 

Hale,  from  W  s  San  Bruno  Av  nr  head 

Hall  Alley,  from  S  s  Vallejo  bet  San- 
some  and  Montgomery 
Hall  Court,  from  W  s  Grant  Ay  bet 

Washington  and  Jackson 
Hall  Place,  from  N  s  Jackson  bet 

Leavenworth  and  Hyde 
Hallam,  from  S  s  Folsom  bet  Seventh 

and  Eighth 
Halleck,  from  W  s  Front  bet  California 
and  Sacramento,  W  to  LeidesdorfT 
Hamburg  (Sunnyside),  from  Flood  Av 
W  of  Genesee.  N  to  Melrose  Av 
Hamerton  Avenue,  bet  Bishop  and 
Lippard  Av,  from  Ohenery,  S  to 
Mangels  Av 
Hamilton    (University  Homestead) 
from  S  s  Silver  Av,  S  to  Mansell 
Hamilton  Avenue  (now  Hamerton  Av) 
Hamilton  Square,  bet  Steiner,  Scott, 

Geary  and  Post 
Hamlin,  from  N  s  Green  bet  Leaven- 
worth and  Hyde 
Hammond  Place,  from  S  s  Townsend 
bet  Second  and  Third,  S  E  to  King 
Hampshire,  from  Division  bet  Potrero 

Av  and  York,  S  to  Serpentine  Av 
Croat  SU.  W.  E. 

Division   2  1 

Alameda   100  101 

Fifteenth   200  201 

Sixteenth   (o)  301 

Seventeenth   400  401 

Mariposa   600  601 

Eighteenth   600  601 

Nineteenth   700  701 

Twentieth   800  801 

Twenty-first   900  901 

Twenty-second  1000  1001 

Twentv-third  1100  1101 

Twentv-fourth  1200  1201 

Twenty-fifth   1300  1301 

Serpentine  Avenue   (e)  (e) 

Hampton  Court,  from  N  s  Harrison  bet 

Hawthorne  and  Third 
Hampton  Place,  from  S  s  Folsom  bet 

Hawthorne  and  Third 
Hancock,  from  W  s  Church  bet  Eight- 
eenth and  Nineteenth,  W  to  Noe 
Hanna  (now  Hanover) 
Hanover  (West  End  Homestead),  S  E 

of  Mission  nr  County  Line 
Hardie  Place,  from  E  a  Kearny  bet 

Sutler  and  Bush 
Hardy  (now  Harlow) 
Harkneti  Avenue  (now  itreet,  Rei 
Tract)  from  W  s  San  Bruno  Av, 
bet  Wilde  and  Ankeny 
Harlan  Place,  from  W  s  Grant  Av  bet 

SvitU'r  and  Bush 
Harlem  Alley,  from  N  ■  O'Farrell  bet 
Lpavcnworth  and  Hyde 


Harlow,  from  S  s  Sixteenth  bet  Church 
and  Sanchez,  S  to  Seventeenth 

Harold  Avenue  (Lake  View),  from 
Getinr  Grafton  At,  N  to  Ocean 
Av 

Harper  (Fainnount  Tract,  late  Bart- 
lett),  from  Thirtieth  nr  Noe,  8  to 
Laidley 

Harriet,  from  8  a  Howard  bet  Sixth  and 
SeTenth,  8  E  to  point  8  of  Rrannaa 
Harrlman  Avenue  ((>ocker  Bay  Shore 
Tract)  from  San  Bruno  At,  S  to 
nr  County  Line 
Harrington  (Academy  Tract),  from  M 
W  B  Mission  bet  Ooke  and  Norton 
Harris  Place,  from  E  a  Laguna  bet 

Filbert  and  Greenwich 
Harrison,  from  the  bay  bet  Foleom  and 
Bryant.  S  W  and  S  to  Ripley 
Cross  Sts.  N.  S. 

The  Embarcadero  

Steuart   2 

Spear   100 

Main   200 

Beale   300 

Fremont   400 


First. 

Rincon   

Essex  

Sterling  Place  

Charlestown  Place. 

Second  

Vassar  Place  

Hawthorne  

Hampton  Court . . . 

Third  

Ritch  


500 


1 

101 
201 
SOI 
401 
601 


Fifth  

Merlin  

Oak  Grove  

Morris  

Sixth  

Harriet  

Columbia  Square . 
Sherman  


Langton  

Chedey  

Berwick  Place  . 

Hay  ward  

Eighth  

Gordon  

Ninth  

Dore  


Juniper . 
Eleventh 
Norfolk. 


Alameda . 


Division . 


Mariposa . 


Army. 


600 

Ml 

700 

701 

800 

801 

900 

901 

1000 

1001 

1100 

1101 

1200 

1201 

1300 

1301 

1400 

1401 

1500 

1601 

1600 

1700 

1800 

1801 

1900 

1901 

2000 

2001 

2100 

2101 

2200 

2201 

2300 

2301 

2400 

2401 

2500 

2501 

2600 

2601 

2700 

2701 

2800 

2801 

2900 

2901 

3000 

8001 

3100 

3101 

3200 

3201 

3300 

3301 

.  (e) 

(e) 

Ripley  

Harrison  Avenue  (now  Hallam) 
Harry  (Fairmount  Tract),  from  Laidley 

to  Beacon 
Harry  Place  (now  Harris  Place) 
Hart,  E  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr  (bounty 

Line 

Hartford,  from  S  s  Seventeenth  bet 
Noe  and  CJastro,  S  to  Twentieth 

Hartman,  from  N  s  Greenwich  bet 
Mason  and  Tavlor,  N  to  Columbus 
Av 

Harvard  (University  Homestead),  from 
S  8  Silver  Av  bet  Oxford  and 
Gambter,  S  to  Olmstead 

Harwood  Alley,  from  S  s  Filbert  bet 
Keamv  and  Grant  At 


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Cross  SU.  N.  S 

Van  Ness  Avenue   2  1 

Franklin   100  101 

Gough   200  201 

Octavia   300  301 

Laguna   400  401 

Buchanan   600  601 

Webster   (e)  (e) 

Hidalgo  Terrace,  S  s  Dolores  bet  Four- 
teenth and  Fifteenth 
High,  from  Twenty-fifth  W  of  Bellevue, 

S  to  Twenty-sixth 
Highland  Avanua  (late  Plymouth  At), 
from  S.  P.  R.  R.  nr  Charles,  E  to 
Holly  Park  Circle 
Highland  Avenue,  N  of  Romain.  See 
Glendale. 

Hllirltas  (Glen  Park)  from  Arbor,  N  to 

Diamond 

Hill,  from  W  s  Valencia  bet  Twenty-first 
and  Twenty-second,  W  to  Castro 
Cross  Sis.  N.  S 

Valencia   2  1 

Guerrero   (c)  (e) 

Dolores   (c)  (c) 

Church   300  SOI 

Sanches   400  401 

Noe   500  601 

Castro   (e)  (e) 

Hill  Point  Av,  N  s  Paroasaus,  bet  Wilt- 

ard  and  Arguello  Blvd 
Hlllway  Ave,  from  Carl  bet  Arguello 

and  Williard,  S  to  Parnassus 
Hilton,  from  S  s  Cortland  Av  nr  Hol- 
laday  Av 

H  Immilmann  Place,  from  N  s  Pacific  bet 
Mason  and  Taylor,  N  to  Broadway 

Hinckley,  from  Kearny  bet  Broadway 
and  Vallejo,  W  to  Grant  At 

Hinckley  Place,  from  K  s  Kearny  opp 
Hinckley 

Hobart  Allay,  from  E  s  Taylor  bet  Post 

and  Sutter 
Hodges  Alley,  from  N  e  Vallejo  bet 

Sansome  and  Montgomery 
Hoff,  from  S  s  16th  bet.  Mission  and 

Valencia,  S  to  17th 
Hoffman  Avenue  (late  Ellen),  from  S  > 

Twenty-second  bet  Douglass  and 

Bellevue,  S  to  Thirtieth 
Hoffmann  (now  Homans) 
Holdsn,  from  Greenwich  to  Lombard 

bet  Steiner  and  Pierce 
Holladay  Avanua,  from  Army  nr  San 

Bruno  Av,  S  to  Peralta  Av 
Holland  Court,  from  N  s  Howard  bet 

Fourth  and  Fifth 
H  oil  it,  from  N  s  Ellis  bet  Buchanan 

and  Webster,  N  to  O'Farrell 
Hollitter  Avenue,  from  County  Line,  N 

W  to  Railroad  At 
Holloway  Avanua  (Lake  View),  from 

Harold  Av,  W  to  Ashton  Av 
Holly  (now  Lecse) 

Holly  Park,  E  of  Mission  bet  Cortland 

and  Crescent  Avs 
Holly  Park  Circle  (late  Park  Av), 

surrounding  Holly  Park 
Holyoke  (University  Homestead),  from 

S  s  Silver  Av,  S  to  Mansell 
Homans,  E  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr  County 

Line 

Homer  (late  Maria),  from  Chesley  bet 

Harrison  and  Bryant 
Homestead,  from  S  s  Twenty-fiiorth 

bet  Douglass  and  Hoffman  Av,S 

to  Clipper 
Honduras  (South  S.  F.),  see  Arthur  At 
Hood   Avanua  (Crocker    Bay  Shore 

Tract)  from  nr  San  Bruno  At,  E  to 

Nueva  At 
Hooker  Alley,  from  E  s  Mason  bet  Bush 

and  Pine 

Hooper,  from  the  bay  bet  Channel  and 
Irwin,  S  W  to  Eighth  (closed  E 
of  Sixth) 

Hope  (Bernal  Heights,  now  Rutledge 

Av),  from  Holladay  Av,  N  W  to 

Franconia 
Hopeton  Terrace,  from  S  s  Washington 

bet  Stockton  and  Powell 
Hopkins  Avenue,  from  Corbett  Av  nr 

Twenty-third,  N  W  to  Lincoln  At 
Horace,  from  Twenty-fifth  bet  Folsom 

and  Shotw  ell.  S  lo  Twentv-sixth 


Hastings  Place,  from  £  s  Hyde  bet 

Union  and  Filbert 
Hattia,  from  Corbett  At  W  of  Clara  Av 

S  to  Eighteenth 
Havalock  (late  Henry),  from  San  Jose 

At  nr  Ocean  At,  W 
Havens,  from  W  s  Leavenworth  bet 

Union  and  Filbert 
Hawas,  from  India,  S  W  to  County  Line 
Hawthorne,  from  S  s  Howard  bet 

Second  and  Third,  S  E  to  Harrison 
Hayes,  from  junction  Market  and  Lar- 

kin,  bet  Fell  and  Grove,  W  to 

Stanyan 

CroM  Sts.  N.  S. 

Market  and  Larkin   2  1 

Polk   100  101 

Van  Ness  Avenue   200  201 

Franklin   300  301 

Gough   400  401 

Octavia   600  601 

Laguna   600  601 

Buchanan   700  701 

Webster:   800  801 

Fillmore   900  901 

Steiner   (o)  1001 

Pierce   (o)  1101 

Scott  1200  1201 

Divlsadero  1300  1301 

Broderick  1400  1401 

Baker  1500  1501 

Lyon  1600  1601 

Central  Avenue  1700  1701 

Masonic  ATenue  1800  1801 

Aehbury  1900  1901 

Clayton  2000  2001 

Cole  2100  2101 

Shrader  2200  2201 

Stanyan   (e)  (e) 

Hayward,  from  8  a  Harrison  bet 

SeTcnth  and  Eighth 
Head  (City  Land  Association  Tract), 
and  Ingleside  Ter),  from  Ashton 
Av,  S  to  County  Line  bet  Bright 
and  Victoria 
Hearst  Avanva  (Sunnyside  late  Moulton 
Av),  from  Circular  Av  bet  Sunny- 
dde  and  Flood  Ave,  W  to  Ham- 
burg 

Heath  (now  Holladay  Av) 

Haekar,  from  Oakdale  At,  S  W  to 

Bameveld  At 
Helen,  from  S  s  California  bet  LeaTen- 

worth  and  Hyde. 
Helena  (South  S.  F.).  E  of  San  Bruno 

Av  nr  Silver  Av 
Hemlock,  from  W  s  Larkin  bet  Post 

and  Sutter,  W  to  Laguna 
CroBt  Sts.  N.  S. 

Larkin   2  1 

Polk   100  110 

Van  Ness  Avenue   (c)  (c) 

Franklin   (c)  (c) 

Gough   (c)  (c) 

Octavia   500  501 

Laguna   (e)  (e) 

Henderson  Avenue,  from  S  s  Geary  bet 

Johnston  and  Arguello  Blvd 
Henrietta  (now  Eugenia  Avenue),  from 

Prospect  Av,  E  to  Bocana 
Henrietta  Square,  from  E  s  Eleventh 

bet  Howard  and  Folsom 
Henry,  from  W  s  Sanchei  bet  Four- 
teenth and  Fifteenth,  to  point  W 
of  Castro 

Henry  ^University  Homestead)  see 
Felton 

Hernunn,  from  Market  bet  Brady  and 
Duboce  At,  W  to  Steiner  (from 
Otis  to  Market  now  McCoppin) 
Cro«i  Sts.  N.  S. 

Market  

Laguna   2  1 

Buchanan   100  101 

Webster   200  201 

Church   

Fillmore   300  801 

Steiner   (e)  (e) 

Heron,  from  W  s  Mariposa  Terrace  be 
Folsom  and  Harrison,  S  W  to 
Eighth 

Heyman  Avenue,  from  Prospect  At  S 

of  Virginia  At 
Hickory  Avenue  (now  rtreet),  from  W  s 

Van  Ness  Av  bet  Oak  and  Fell,  W 

to  Webster 


Houston,  from  W  s  Montgomery  Av 
bet  Chestnut  and  Francisco  to 
Jones 

Howard,  from  the  bay  bet  Mission  and 
Folsom,  S  W  and  S  to  Twenty- 
sixth 

Cro««  SU.  N.  S. 

The  Embarcadero   2  1 

Steuart  

Green's  Court    

Spear   100  101 

Main   200  201 

Beale   300  301 

Fremont   400  401 

First   500  601 

Maiden  Alley   

Second   600  601 

New  Montgomery    

Hawthorne   

Third   700  701 

Fourth   800  801 

Holland  Court    

Fifth   900  901 

Mary    

Sixth  1000  1001 

Harriet   

Rubs  

Moss   

Seventh  1100  1101 

Langton   

Rausch   

Sumner   

Eighth  1200  1201 

Ninth  1300  1301 

Washburn    

Dore   

Grand    

Tenth  1400  1401 

Eleventh  1600  1501 

Lafayette    

Twelfth  1600  1601 

W.  E. 

Tonningsen  Place    

Thirteenth  1700  1701 

Erie  

Fourteenth  1800  1801 

Fifteenth  1900  1901 

Adair    

Sixteenth  2000  2001 

Redwood  Court  

Seventeenth  2100  2101 

Eighteenth  2200  2201 

Nineteenth  2300  2301 

Twentieth  2400  2401 

Twenty-first  2500  2501 

Twentv-second  2600  2601 

Twenty-third  2700  2701 

Twenty-fourth  2800  2801 

Twenty-fifth  2900  2901 

Twenty-sixth   (e)  (e) 

Howard  Court  (now  Holland  Court) 
Howth,  from  S  a  Ocean  Av  W  of  San 
Jos6  Av 

Hoyt  (Reis  Tract)  bet  Fay  and  Elliot 

Teddy  Av,  N  to  Oneota 
Hubbard  (now  Hawthorne) 
Hubbell,  from  the  bay  nr  Irwin,  S  W  to 

Sixteenth  (closed  E  of  Sixth) 
Hudson,  from  Channel  nr  Fourth,  S  E 

to  South  (closed) 
Hudson  Avenue,  from  Water  Front,  N 

W  to  Islais  Creek 
Hugo,  from  Arguello  Blvd  bet  Lincoln 

Way  and  Irving,  W  to  Seventh  Av 
Hulbert  Alley,  from  N  s  Clara  bet 

Fourth  and  Fifth 
Humboldt,  from  the  bay  bet  Twenty- 
second  and  Twenty-tbird,  W  to 

San  Bruno  Av 
Hunt,  from  E  a  Third  bet  Mission  and 

Howard 

Hunter,  W  of  San  Bruno  At  nr  head 

Islais  Creek 
Hunters  Point,  from  A,  S  to  Water 

Front.  S  S.  F. 
Huron  Avenue  (West  End  Tract),  W  of 

Miswon  nr  County  Line 
Hyde,  from  Market  bet  Leavenworth 

and  Larkin,  N  to  the  bay 
Cross  Sts.  E.  W. 

McAllister   2  1 

Golden  Gate  Avenue         100  101 

Turk   200  201 

Hvde  Place   

Eddy   300  301 

FIMr   400  401 

O'Farrell    500  '501 


GARFIELD  &  CO. 


Hearst  Building 


Phone  Sutter  1036 


Contractors  MACHINERY 
Concrete  MACHINERY 
Hoisting  MACHINERY 
StttI  Cars,  Saw  Tables,  Etc. 


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2301 
2401 
2501 
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Hyde — (Continued) 

Geary.^   600 

Port   700 

Sutter   800 

Buih   900 

Pine  1000 

California  1100 

Hyda  Terrace  

Sacramento  1200 

Troy  Alley   

Qay  1300 

Waihinfton  1400 

JaekBon  1500 

Pacific  1600 

Lynch  

Broadway  1700 

VaUejo  1800 

Green  1900 

Delgado  Place  

RuBsuU   

Warner  Place  

Union  2000 

AUen   

Hsetinge  Place  

FUbert  2100 

Greenwich  2200 

Lombard  2300 

Chestnut  2400 

J'ranciBco  2500 

Bay  2600 

Berlin  Alley   

North  Point  2700 

Beach  2800 

JeCferson  2900 

Tonquin   (e) 

Hydt  Place,  from  W  ■  Hyde  bet  Turk 
and  Eddy  (closed) 

Hyde  Terrace,  from  E  ■  Hyde  bet  Cal- 
ifornia and  Sacramento 

I,  now  Irring 

I  South,  now  Ingalls 

Idaho  (Bernal  Heights,  now  Bradford), 
from  Powhattan,  S  to  Cortland  At 

Idaho  (South  S.  F.),  from  the  bay,  S  to 
India  Basin 

Idalena  (closed),  W  of  San  Bruno  At 
nr  County  Line 

tlllnolt,  from  the  bay  bet  Michigan  and 
Kentucky,  S  to  Arthur  Av 

ImpKlal  Avenue,  from  S  s  Greenwich 
bet  Franklin  and  Gough 

India  (South  S.  F.),  N,  S  and  W  »  of 
India  Basin 

India  Avenue  (now  Peru  At) 

Indiana,  from  South  bet  Minnesota  and 
Iowa,  >  to  Tulare 

Ingallt,  from  India,  S  W  to  County 
Line 

Ingerton  Avenue,  from  County  Line,  N 

W  to  Railroad  Av 
Innet  Avenue  from  Water  Front,  N  W 

to  Islaic  Creek 
Ion   (University    Homestead)  from 

Bacon,  s  to  Dwight 
Iowa,  from  Sixteenth  bet  Indiana  and 

Pennsylvania  S  of  Tulare 
Iron  Alley,  from  Claaelli  and  Falcon  Ave 

S  to  Burnett  Av 
Irving,  from  Arguello  Blvd  S  of  Lincoln 

Way,  W  to  the  ocean 
Irvlngton  (Crocker  Tract)  off  Miseion 

nr  San  Mateo  County  Line 
Irwin,  from  the  bay  bet  Hooper  and 

HubbeU,  S  W  to  Eighth  (cloaed  E 

of  Sixth) 

lubet  (Bemal  Heights),  from  Wolfe, 

S  E  to  Rutledge  Av 
lili.  from  S  B  Twelfth  bet  Folsom  i 

Harrison,  to  Thirteenth 
Idali  (South  S.  F.),  from  the  bay  along 

S  B  lalais  Oeek 
lilalt  (now  Springdale)  from  W  s  Mis- 
sion S  of  Bosnortn 
Italy  Avenue  (Excelsior  Homestead), 

from  K  s  Mission  S  of  France  At 
Ivy  Avenue  (now  street),  from  W  ■ 

Polk  bet  Hayee  and  Grove.  W  to 

Webster 


CroM  SU. 

N. 

S. 

Polk  

...  2 

1 

..  (0) 

(c) 

200 

201 

300 

301 

400 

401 

600 

601 

600 

601 

WrK^ter  

. ..  (e) 

(e) 

Ivy  Terrace,  from  W  §  Salina  Place  nr 

California 
J,  now  Judah 
J  South,  now  Jennings 
Jtekicn,  from  the  bay  bet  Waehington 

and  Pacific,  W  to  Firrt  At 
Cr<M»  SU.  N.  S. 

The  Embarcadero   3 

Dnimm   50 

Davis   100 

Front   200 

Battery   300 

Custom  House  Place...  

Sansome   400 

Balance  

Jessop  Place   

Montgomery  fi(X) 

Ckjiumbus  Avenue  

Kearny  600 

Cooper  Alley   

Wentworth  Place   

Bartlett  Alley  

Grant  Avenue  700 

St  Louis  Alley   

Jackson  Oiurt  

Rose  Alley   

Duncombe  Alley  

Stockton   800 

Bedford  Place  

Trenton  

Stone   

Ade  Alley  

PoweU   900 

Doric  Alley   

Mason  1000 

Marcy  Place   

Auburn  

Taylor  1100 

Jones  1200 

Leavenworth  1300 

Hall  Place  

Coolidge  Place  

Hyde  1400 

Larkin  1500 

Polk  1600 

Van  Nese  Avenue  1700 

Franklin  1800 

(Jough  1900 

Octaria  2000 

Laguna  2100 

Buchanan  :  2200 

Webster  2300 

Fillmore  2400 

Steiner  2500 

Pierce  2600 

Scott  2700 

DiTisadero  2800 

Broderick  2900 

Baker  3000 

Lyon   8100 

Presidio  Avenue  8200 

Walnut  3300 

Laurel  8400 

Locust  8500 

Spruce  3600 

Maple  3700 

Cherry  3800 

Areuello  Blvd   (e) 

Jackion  Park,  bet  SeTcnteenth,  Mari- 
posa, Arkansas  and  Carolina. 

Jamaica  (South  S.  F.).  See  Twenty- 
sixth  Av  South 

James  (South  S.  F.).   See  C  South 

Jameitown  Avenue,  from  Clounty  Line, 
N  W  to  Salinas  At 

Jane  Place  (now  Pine  Place),  from  N  s 
Pine  bet  Mason  and  Taylor 

Janian,  from  N  s  Greenwich  bet  Mason 
and  Taylor,  N  to  Lombard 

Japan,  from  S  s  Brannan  bet  First  and 
Second,  S  E  to  Townsend 

Japan  Avenue,  now  Avalon  Avenue 

Jarboa  Avenue  (Bemal  HeiKhts),  from 
.^ndover  Av,  E  to  San  Bruno  At 

Jarnac,  from  W  s  San  Jose  Av  to  Cir- 
cular \v 

Jatper  Place,  from  N  s  Union  bet  Grant 

At  and  Stockton,  N  to  Filbert 
Java  (South  S.  F.).  See  Twenty-first 

At  South 

Java,  from  Buena  Virta  At,  S  W  to 

Masonic  At 
Jeffarton,  from  the  bay  N  of  Beach, 

W  to  Presidio  Reserration 
Cron  Su  N.  S. 

Powell   (o)  1 

Maaon   (o)  101 


1 

61 
101 
201 
301 

401 


601 
601 


701 


801 


901 
1001 


1101 
1201 
1301 


1401 
1501 
1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 
2001 
2101 
2201 
2301 
2401 

(0) 

(o) 
2701 
2801 
2901 
3001 
3101 
3201 
3801 
8401 
3501 
3601 
3701 
3801 

(•) 


Taylor   (o)  201 

Jones   (o)  Kl 

LeaTenworth   (o)  401 

Hyde   (o)  601 

Larkin   600  601 

Polk     700  701 

Van  Nesa  AVenue   (c)  (e) 

GoTemment  ResenrationiaOO  1201 

Laguna  1200  1201 

Buchanan  1300  1301 

Webster  1400  1401 

Fillmore  1500  1601 

Steiner  1600  1601 

Pierce  1700  1701 

Scott  1800  1801 

Divisadero  1900  1901 

Broderick  2000  2001 

Baker  2100  2101 

Lyon   (e)  (e. 

Jefferson  Avenue  (now  Jarboe  Av) 

Jefferson  Square,  bet  Gough,  Laguna, 
Golden  Gate  At  and  Eddy 

Jennings,  from  Arthur  Av,  S  W  to  Da- 
vidson Av 

Jerome  Alley,  from  S  ■  Pacific  bet 
Montgomery  and  Kearny 

Jarrold  Avenue,  from  Water  Front,  N 
W  to  Islais 

Jersey,  from  W  s  Dolores  bet  Twenty- 
fourth  and  Twenty-fifth,  W  to 
Douglass 

Crosj  St».  N. 

Dolores   2 

diattanooga  

(aurch   100 

Vicksburg  

Sanchei   200 

Noe   300 

Castro   400 

Diamond  600 

Douglass   (e) 

Jessie,  from  W  s  First  bet  Market  and 
Mission,  S  W  to  point  S  of 
McCoppin 

Crui  SU.  N.  S 

First   2  1 

Ecker  

Anthony   

Second   100 

New  Montgomery  

Annie  

Third   (o) 

Fourth   aOO 

Fifth   (c) 

Mint  

Sixth  600 

Seventh  600 

Eighth   (c) 

Ninth   800 

Tenth   900 

Eleventh   (c) 

Twelfth   (c) 

Brady   (c) 

McCoppin  1300  1301 

Jessie,  from  Thirteenth  to  Fourteenth. 
See  Woodward 

Jessie,  from  Sycamore  Av  to  Twenty- 
first.   See  San  Carlos  Av 

Jistop  Place,  from  Washington  bet 
Sansome  and  Montgomery,  N  to 
Jackson 

John,  from  W  s  Powell  bet  JacksoD 

and  Pacific,  W  to  Maeon 
Johnston  Avenue,  from  S  s  Point  Lobos 
Av  bet  Parker  and  Henderson  Ave 
Joica,  from  S  s  Clay  bet  Stockton  and 

Powell,  S  to  Pine 
Crott  St».  E.  W. 

Oay   2  1 

Sacramento   100  101 

California   (e)  (e) 

Jones,  from  N  s  Market  bet  Taylor  and 
Leavenworth,  N  to  the  bay 


S. 


101 

201 
301 
401 
601 
(e) 


101 


(c) 
301 

(c) 

601 
601 

(c) 
801 
901 


Cro»«  SU.  E. 
Market  and  McAllister...  3 

Golden  Gate  Avenue   100 

Turk   200 

McDennott  Place   

Eddy  800 

EUis  400 

Antonio  — 

Steveloe  Place  

O'FarreU   600 

Geary   600 

Maggie  Alley  

Cottage  Place  


W 
1 

101 
201 

301 
401 


501 
601 


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Port.   700  701 

Coamo  Place    

Sutter   800  801 

Victor  Hace    

Budi   900  901 

Pine  1000  1001 

QOifornia  1100  1101 

Sacramento  1200  1201 

Pleatant    

Oay  1800  ISOl 

Wadiington  1400  1401 

Jacknn  ISOO  1501 

Pacific  1600  1601 

Bernard  

Broadway  1700  1701 

Glover   

VaUejo  1800  1801 

Green  1900  1901 

Lincoln  

Onion  2000  2001 

Filbert  2100  2101 

Valparaiio    

Greenwich  2200  2201 

Lombard  2300  2301 

Chestnut  2400  2401 

Houston    

Francisco  2600  2501 

Columbus  Avenue  

Bay  2800  2601 

NorthPoint  2700  2701 

Beach  2800  2801 

Jefferson     

The  Embarcadero  

Jenis  Alley  (now  Jessop  Place) 
Joett  Avenue  (Sunnyeide)  from  Circu- 
lar Ay  and  Diamond,  W  to  Ham- 
burg 

Jordan  Avenue  (late  Merrifield),  from  S 
s  California  bet  Commonwealth 
and  Michigan  Ats,  S  to  (leary 

Jotaphlne,  from  Laurel  Hill  Cemetery 
bet  Fteddio  Av  and  Eugenie,  S  to 
Geary 

Joilah  Avenue,  bet  Margaret  and  Lee 
Avs,  crossing  Lake  View  Av 

Joy  (Bemal  Heights),  from  HoUaday 
Av  to  Brewster 

Judah,  from  Fifth  Av,  W  to  the  Ocean 

Judson  Avenue  (Sunnyside),  from  Cir- 
cular Av  bet  Staples  and  Milton 
Ave,  W 

Julet  Avenue,  from  Lake  View  Av,  N 
to  Ocean  Av  bet  Faxon  Ave  and 
Ashton  Ave 

Julia,  from  S  s  Mission  bet  Seventh  and 
Eighth 

Julian  Avenue,  from  S  s  Fourteenth 
bet  Mission  and  Valencia.  S  to 
Sixteenth 

Juliui,  from  N  s  Lombard  bet  Kearny 
and  Grant  At 

Juniper,  from  S  s  Folsom  bet  Tenth 
and  Eleventh,  S  E  to  Bryant 

Junipero  Serra  Boulevard,  from  Cor- 
bett  Ave  S  to  County  Line,  nr  U 
S  Military  Reservation  and  Ingle- 
ode 

Juno,  from  Sixteenth  W  of  Clara  Av,  S 

to  Lower  Terrace 
Juno  (Silver  Terrace,  now  Diana),  from 

Thornton  Av  to  Williams  Av 
Jupiter  (now  Reddy)  from  Thornton 

Av,  S  to  Williams  Av. 
Juri,  from  San  Jose  Av  W  bet  Twenty 

fifth  and  Twenty-sixth 
K,  see  Kirkham 
K  South,  See  Keith 
Kaniat,  from  Division  bet  Rhode 

Island  and  Vermont,  S  to  Precita 

Creek 

Kanut  (South  S.  F.).  See  Layton 
Kappeler  Court,  from  W  •  Mason  bet 

Geary  and  Post 
Kukukia  (South  S.  F.).   See  D  South 
Kate,  from  S  s  Bryant  bet  Seventh  and 

Eighth 

Kearny,  from  N  s  Market  bet  Mont- 
gomery and  Grant  Av,  N  to  the  bay 

Cf OM  SU.  E.  W. 

Market  and  (}eary   2  1 

Mfcnil*   

Post   100  101 

VerNehr  Place    

Sutter   200  201 

Hardie  Place    

BuA   300  301 


501 
601 

(o) 

801 
901 

1001 

1101 


laoi 

1301 
1401 
1501 
1801 
1701 
1801 
1901 
2001 


STREET  AND  AVENUE  GUIDB 

Pine   400  401 

Summer    

California  fiOO 

Sacramento   600 

Commercial  

Clay  700 

Merchant  

Washington  800 

Jackson   900 

Coliunbus  Avenue  

Pacific  1000 

Nottingham  Place  

Broadway  1100 

Dunne's  Alley  

Hinckley   

Vallejo....  1200 

San  Antonio   

Green  1300 

Union  1400 

FUbert  1500 

Greenwich  1600 

Lombard  1700 

C!heetnut  1800 

Francisco  1900 

Bay  2000 

North  Point   

The  Embarcadero     

Keith,  from  Arthur  At,  S  W  to  Rafl. 
road  Av 

Kennebec  (now  Folsom),  from  S  i 
Cortland  Av  bet  Gates  and  Banks 

Kensington  Way,  from  Taraval  to 
Portola  Drive 

Kant,  from  W  s  Mason  bet  Union  and 
Filbert 

Kant,  W  of  Castro.   See  Sussex. 
Kentucky,  now  Third  Street,  from  the 

bay  bet  Illinois  and  Tennessee,  S 

to  Burke 

Kentucky  Place,  from  Kentucky  bet 
Twenty-first  and  Twenty-second, 
W  to  Minnesota 
Kenyon  Avenue,  from  Twenty^th,  S 

to  Melrose  Av 
Kay  Avenue,  from  County  Line,  N  W 

to  San  Bruno  Ay 
Keys!  Alley,  from  Pacific  N  bet  Powell 

and  Mason 
Kimball  Place,  from  Sacramento  bet 
Leavenworth  and  Hyde,  S  and  N 
King,  from  the  bay  bet  Townsend  and 

Berry,  S  W  to  Division 
Cross  Sts.  a 

The  Embarcadero  

Japan  '   

Second   100 

Hammond  Place  

Third   200 

Fourth   300 

Fifth   400 

Sixth   500 

Seventh  600 

Division   (e) 

Kingston,  from  W  s  Mission  bet  Thir- 
tieth and  Brook 
Kirkham,  from  Fourth  Av  W  to  the 

Ocean  bet  Irving  and  Lawton 
Kirkwool  Avenue,  bet  Jerrold  and  La 
Salle  Avs,  N  W  from  Selby  to  Tevis 
Kksling,  Eleventh  bet  Howard  and 

Folsom,  W  to  Twelfth 
KnighU'  Place  (West  End  Tract),  from 

Mohawk  Av  W  of  Mission 
Knox  (University  Homestead),  from  S 
s  Felton  bet  Madison  and  Mans- 
field 

Kohler't  Place,  from  S  s  Green  bet 
Montgomery  and  Kearny 

Koiciuiko  (Bemal  Heights,  now  An- 
derson), from  S  s  Cortla  End  Av 
of  Moultrie 

Kouuth,  E  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr  Idaia 
Creek 

Kramer  Place,  from  S  s  Greenwich  bet 

Grant  Av  and  Stockton 
Krauigrill  Alley,  from  N  a  Filbert  bet 

Grant  Av  and  Stockton 
L,  see  lAwton 
L  South,  see  I«ne 

Lafayette,  from  S  a  Mission  bet  Elev- 
enth and  Twelfth,  S  E  to  Howard 

Lafayette  Park,  bet  Gou^h,  Lagnna, 
Sacramento  and  Washmgton 

Lafayette  Pliee  (now  Vaiennes) 

La  Crande  Avenue  (Excelsior  Home- 
stead), from  SilUman  and  Madison, 
S  W 


N. 


101 

201 
301 
401 
601 
601 
(e) 


Lagana,  from  N  a  Market  bet  Octavia 

and  Buchanan,  N  to  the  bay 
Cro«  StM.  E.  W. 

Market  and  Hermann..  2 


Roae 
Page 
LUy 
Oak 
Hickory 
FeU 
Linden 
Hayes 
Ivy 


Redwood 

(lolden  Gate  Avenue 
Turk 
Eddy 
Willow 
Ellis 
Olive 
O'Farr 
Myrtle 
Geary 
Cedar 
Post 
Hemlock 
Sutte 
Bush 
Pine 


Laeuna  Honda ,  from  Corbett  Avenue  to 
Dewey  blvd  to  Wooeside  Ave. 

Lahaina  (South  S.  F.).  See  Nineteenth 
Av  South 

Laldlsy  (Fab-mount  Tract),  from  S  s 

Thirtieth  bet  Noe  and  Castro 
Lake,  from  Arguello  Blvd  N  of  Cali- 
fornia, W  to  Thirty-third  Av 
Cross  Stt.  N. 
Arguello  Boulevard   2 


Second  Avenue. 
Third  " 
Fourth  " 
Fifth  " 
Sixth  " 
Seventh  " 
Eighth  • 
Ninth  " 
Tenth  " 
Eleventh" 
Twelfth  • 


100 
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.  300 
.  400 
.  500 
.  600 
.  700 
.  800 
.  900 
.1000 
.1100 


S. 
1 

101 
201 
301 
401 
501 
601 
701 
801 
901 
1001 
1101 

Lake  Vttm  Avenue  (Lake  View),  from 
San  Jose  Av  N  W  and  W  to  Ash- 
ton Av 

Lamartine  (Spring  Valley  Homestead), 
from  Springdale  W  of  Danton,  N 

Landers,  from  S  a  Fourteenth  bet 
Dolores  and  Church,  S  to  Fifteenth 
and  from  Alert  Alley  to  Sixteenth 

Lane,  from  Arthur,  S  W  to  Carroll  Av 
and  from  Salinaa  Av  to  San  Bruno 
Av 

Langton,  from  S  s  Howard  bet  Seventh 
and  Eighth,  S  E  to  point  S  of 
Brannan 

Cross  Sis.  W.  E. 

Howard   2  1 

Folsom   100  101 

Harrison   200  201 


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Langton — (Continued) 

Bryant   300  301 

Brannan   400  401 

Laming,  from  W  s  Firtt  bet  Folsom 

and  HarrisoD,  S  W  to  Essex 
Lapldge,  from  8  s  Eighteenth  bet 
Valencia  and  Querrero,  S  to  Nine- 
teenth 

La  Playa,  from  point  nr  Anza,  S  to 
Ocean  Boulevard  and  Judab.  For 
Nos.  see  Nineteenth  Av 
Larch,  from  W  b  Van  Ness  Ave  bet. 
Turl£  and  Eddy,  (Entrance  to 
buildings  on  first  blocis  is  from 
Turl£  W  of  Larltin) 
Cross  &U.  N.  S. 

Larkin   2  1 

Polk   (c)  (c) 

Van  Ness  Avenue   200  201 

Franklin   (c)  (c) 

Gough   (c)  (c) 

Jefferson  Square  

Laguna   (c)  (c) 

Buchanan   700  701 

Webster   (e)  (e) 

Larkin,  from  N  s  Market  bet  Hyde  and 

Polk,  N  to  the  bay 
Crass  S(s.  E.  W. 

Market  and  Hayes   2 

City  Hall  Avenue    

Grove    101 

Birch   

Fulton    201 

Ash   

McAllister   300  301 

Redwood   

Golden  Gate  Avenue. .. .  400  401 

Turk   500  501 

Larch   

Eddy   fiOO  601 

Willow   

Ellis   700  701 

OUve   

O'FarreU   800  801 

Myrtle   

Geary   900  901 

Cedar   

Post  1000  1001 

Hemlock   

Sutter  1100  1101 

Fern   

Bush  1200  1201 

Eureka  Place    

Austin   

Pine  1300  1301 

California  1400  1401 

Sacramento  1500  1501 

Qay  1600  1601 

Washington  1700  1701 

Jackson  1800  1801 

Pacific  Avenue  1900  1901 

Broadway  2000  2001 

Vallejo  2100  2101 

Green  2200  2201 

Rockland    

Union  2300  2301 

FUbert  2400  2401 

Greenwich  2500  2501 

Lombard  2600  2601 

Chestnut  2700  2701 

Fraacisco  2800  2801 

Bav  2900  2901 

NorthPoint  3000  3001 

Beach  3100  3101 

Jefferson  3200  3201 

Tonquin  3300  3301 

Lewis   (e)  (e) 

Larkin  Avenue,  from  E  s  Larkin  bet 

Ellis  and  O'FarreU 
La  Salle  Avenue,  from  Water  Front,  N 

W  to  Islais  Creek 
Laikle,  from  N  s  Mission  bet  Eighth 

and  Ninth 
Latham  Place,  from  W  s  Mason  bet 

EUls  and  O'FarreU 
Latona  (Silver  Terrace),  from  Bay 
View  bet  Railroad  Av  and  Po- 
mona, S  to  Thornton  Av 
Laura  (West  End  Tract),  bet  Sherman 
and  Farragut  Avs  from  Mission,  N 
W  to  Huron  Ar 
Laura  Place  (now  Petrarch  Place) 
Liurti,  from  Pacific  ^v  bet  Walnut  and 

Locust,  S  to  California 
Ctou  SU.  E.  W. 

Pacific  Avenue    2  1 

Jackmn   100  101 


STREET  AND  AVENUE  GUIDE 

Washington   200  201 

Clay   300  801 

Sacramento   400  401 

California   (e)  (e) 

Laurel  Avenue,  see  Larch 

Laurel  Place  (now  Lansing) 

Lautut  Avenue  (now  Street),  from  W 

s  Buchanan  bet  Waller  and  Haight, 

W  to  Steiner 
Ctois  Sta.  N.  S. 

Buchanan...'   2  1 

Webster....'   (c)  (o) 

FiUmore   200  201 

Steiner   (e)  (e) 

Lawrence  Avenue  (West  End  Tract) 

from  Mission,  N  W  to  San  Jose  Av 

nr  County  Line 
Lawrence  Place,  from  E  s  Fremont  bet 

Harrison  and  Bryant 
Lawton,  from  Serpentine  Road  S  of  K, 

W  to  the  ocean 
Layton  (South  S.  F.),  from  Silver  Av 

E  of  Conkling 
Leavenworth,  from  N  s  McAllister  bet 

Jones  and  Hyde,  N  to  the  bay 
Cross  Sis.  E.  W. 

McAllister   2  1 

Golden  Gate  Avenue. .. .  100  101 

Burcham  Place   

Turk   200  201 

Leonard  Place   

Eddy   300  301 

EUis   400  401 

O'FarreU   500  501 

Geary   600  601 

Post     700  701 

Sutter   800  801 

Bush   900  901 

Pine  1000  1001 

California  1100  1101 

Acorn  -Alley   

Sacramento  1200  1201 

Clay  1300  1301 

Washington  1400  1401 

.Tackson  1600  1501 

Pacific  1600  1601 

Lynch   

Bernard    

Broadway  1700  1701 

Glover    

Waldo  Alley  

VaUejo  1800  1801 

Green  1900  1901 

Macondray    

Union  2000  2001 

Havens   

Filbert  2100  2101 

Greenwich  2200  2201 

Ix)mbard  2300  2301 

Chestnut  2400  2401 

Francisco  2600  2601 

Bay  2600  2601 

North  Point  2700  2701 

Columbus  Avenue  

Beach  2800  2801 

Jefferson  2900  2901 

Tonquin   (e)  (e) 

Le  Conte  Avenue,  from  County  Une, 

N  W  to  San  Bruno  Av 
Ledyard  (late  B^ma),  from  Silver  Av 

nr  Scott  Av,  S  E 
Lee  (now  Hilton) 

Lee  Avenue  (Lake  View),  from  Lake 

View  Av,  W  to  Ocean  Av 
Leeta,  from  Mission  nr  Highland  Av  S, 

E  to  Crescent  Av 
Laldeidorff,  from  N  s  Pine  bet  Sansome 

and  Montgomery,  N  to  Qay 
Cross  SU.  E.  W. 

Pine   2  1 

California..    100  101 

HaUeck    

Sacramento   200  201 

Commercial  

aay   (e)  (e) 

t  Leiand  Avenue,  bet  Raymond  and  Vi»- 
itacion  .\vs,  from  San  Bruno  Av, 
W  to  Staples 
Lemartine,  off  San  Jose  Av  8  to 
Springdale  bet  Badger  and  Danton 
Lena  Place,  from  E  p  lllinoia  bet  Twen- 
tieth and  Twenty-first 
Leo,  W  from  Mission  bet  Onondago 

At  and  Bauer 
Leoni  Terrace,  W  from  Lyon  bet  Geary 
and  Post 


Leenard  Place,  from  W  e  Leavenworth 

bet  Turk  and  Eddy 
Leroy  Place,  from   Sacramento  bet 
Jones  and  Leavenworth,  S  and  N 
Letting,  W  of  Mission  nr  County  Line 
Levant,  from  Masonic  Av  nr  Congreei 
Lewit,  from  W  s  Polk  betTonqum  and 
the  bay,  W  to  Presidio  Reserva- 
tion 

Lewii  Place  fnow  Cosmo  Place) 
Lexington    (late    Stevenson),  from 
Sycamore  Av  bet  Valencia  and 
Mission,  S  to  Twenty-first 
Cross  Stt. 

Sycamore  Avenue.          2  1 

Eighteenth   100  101 

Nineteenth   200  201 

Twentieth   300  301 

Twenty-first   (e)  (e) 

Liberty,  from  W  s  Valencia  bet  Twen- 
tieth and  Twenty-first,  W  to 
Castro 

Cross  Sis.  N.  S. 

Valencia   2  1 

Guerrero   100  101 

Dolores   200  201 

Church   300  301 

Sanchez   400  401 

Noe   500  501 

Castro   (e)  (e) 

Lick,  from  W  s  Taylor  bet  tjnion  and 
Filbert 

Lick  Alley  (now  Ellm  Alley) 

Lick  Place,  from  N  s  Post  bet  Mont- 
gomery and  Kearny,  N  to  Sutter 

Lida  Place  (now  Wiese) 

Liebig,  from  Mission  N  W,  nr  County 
Line 

Lilac  Alley  (now  Street),  from  S  s 

■Twenty-fourth  bet  Capp  and  Mis- 

aion,  S  to  Twenty-sixth 
Lily  Avenue  (now  Street),  from  W  a 

Franklin  bet  Page  and  Oak 
Cross  Sis.  N.  S. 

Franklin   2  1 

Gough   100  101 

OcUvia   200  201 

Laguna   300  301 

Buchanan   400  401 

Lily  Terrace,  from  W  s  Powell  bet 

Bush  and  Pine 
Linares  Av  (Forest  Hill  Court)  from 

Ortega  to  Alms  House  Rd 
Lincoln,  see  Macondray 
Lincoln  Avenue,  see  Burnett  Av 
Lincoln  Heights,  off  Hyde  bet  Union 

and  Filbert 
Lincoln  Place,  from  E  s  Fremont  bet 

Howard  and  Folsom 
Lincoln  Place,  see  Hastings  Place 
Lincoln  Way,  from  Arguello  Blvd  S  of 

Golden  Gate  Park,  W  to  the  Ocean 
Linda,  off  Eighteenth  bet  Guerrero  and 

Valencia 

Linden  Avenue  (now  Street),  from 
point  E  ol  Van  Ness  Av  bet  Fell 
and  Hayes,  W  to  Webster 
Cross  Stt.  N.  S. 

Van  Ness  Avenue  100  101 

Franklin   200  201 

Gough   300  301 

Octavia   400  401 

L*guna   500  501 

Buchanan   600  601 

Webster   (e)  (e) 

LIppard  Avenue  (Qlen  Park  Terrace),  S 
W  of  Berkshire  from  Glenn  Av,  S 
LItbon  (Excelsior  Homestead),  from 

Silver  Av,  S  W  to  Amaion 
Lizzie,  from  Mission  bet  Eugenia  and 
(jortland  Avs,  S  E  to  Prospect  Av 
Llewellyn,  E  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr  Islais 
(^eetc 

Lloyd,  from  W  s  Soott  bet  Thirteenth 

and  Waller,  W  to  Divisadero 
Loboi  (Raikoad  Homestead),  W  of  San 

Jose  Av  nr  County  Line 
Loboi  Square,  bet  Laguna,  Webster, 

Chestnut  and  Bay 
Lockiley  Avenue  from  Fourth  Av  and 

Kirkham  to  Seventh  Av 
Locust,  from  Presidio  Reservation  bet 
Laurel  and  Spruce,  S  to  California 
Cross  Sts.  E  W. 

Presidio  Reservation . .     2  1 

Jackson   100  101 

Washington   200  201 


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Locust — (Continued) 

Clay   300 

Sacramento   400 

California   (e) 

Loeuit  AveniN.  See  Redwood 
Loehr,  W  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr  County 
Line 

Logan  (University  Homestead),  from 

La  Grande  Av  W  of  Saratoga 
Lombard,  from  the  bay  bet  Greenwich 
and  Qiestnut,   W  to  Presidio 
Reservation 
CroM  Sto.  N.  8. 

The  Embarcadero  

Battery   2 

Sansome   100 

Montgomery   200 

Winthrop  

Kearny  300 

Child   

Julius  

(irant  Avenue   400 

Wells  Court   

Stockton   600 

Tuscany  Alley   

PoweU   600 

Greenwich  Alley   

Mason   700 

NeweU  

Columbus  Avenue. .  . . 

Jansen   

Taylor   800 

Jones   900 

Leavenworth  1000 

Hyde  1100 

Larkin  1200 

Polk  1300 

Van  Neas  Avenue  1400 

Franklin  1500 

Gough  1600 

Octavia  1700 

Laguna  1800 

Buchanan  1900 

Webster  ..2000 

Fillmore  2100 

Steiner  2200 

Pierce  2300 

Scott  2400 

Divisadero  2500 

Broderick  2600 

Baker  2700 

Lyon   (e) 

Lombard  Alley  (now  Tuscany  Alley) 
London,  from  point  W  of  China  Av 

S  W  to  Amazon 
Loomit,  from  Islais  Creek,  S  to  Bame- 
veld  Av 

Lopez  Avenue  (Forest  Hill)  off  Pa- 
checo  nr  Seventh  Av  (Sunset) 

Los  Angeles  Avenue  (St  Francis  Wood) 
off  Corbett  Road  nr  Sloat  Boulevard 

Louisa  (now  Shipley),  from  Elisa  PI 
bet  Folsom  and  Harrison,  W  to 
Fourth 

Louisa  Allsy,  from  N  s  Shipley  E  of 
Fourth 

Louitburg,  W  of  San  Jose  Av  nr  San 
Miguel 

Louisiana,  from  the  bay  bet  Maryland 
and  Georgia,  S  to  Arthur  Av 

Lowell,  from  E  a  Mission  nr  County 
Line 

Lower  Terrace  CPark  Lane  Tract)  from 
N  8  Seventeenth  nr  Clayton 

Lucerne,  off  Brannan  bet  6th  and  7th 

Luck,  from  Loomis,  E  to  Orleans 

Lucky,  from  S  s  Twenty-fourth  bet 
Treat  Av  and  Folsom,  S  to 
Twenty-sixth 

Lucy  (Silver  Terrace),  from  Thornton 
Av  bet  Railroad  Av  and  Ores,  8 
to  Williams  Av 

Lulu,  from  Genesee  S  of  Thirty-third, 
W  to  Hamburg 

Lunado  Way  (Ingleside),  off  Holloway 
Ave,  N  to  (3erritoB  Ave  nr  Monti- 
cello 

Lund/s  Lane  (Bemal  Heights),  fnm 
CoBO  Av  b«t  CMifomia  and  Proa- 
pect  Avs,  8  W  to  Virginia  Av 

Lusk  Alley,  from  (3yde  nr  Townaend. 

•     W  to  Crooks 

Lyell.  from  Bosworth  W  o(  Rotteck,  8 

to  Springdale 
Lynch,  from  W  s  Leavenworth  bet 
Pacific  and  Broadway,  W  to 
Hyde 


1 

101 
201 

301 


401 

fiOl 
fiOl 
701 


801 
901 
1001 
1101 
1201 
1301 
1401 
1501 
1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 
2001 
2101 
2201 
2301 
2401 
2501 
2601 
2701 
(e) 


Lyon,  from  N  s  Haight  W  of  Baker,  N 

to  the  bay 
CroM  St*.  K 
Haight   2 


W. 
1 

101 

(c) 

301 
401 
601 

aoi 

701 
801 
(e) 

1301 

1401 
1601 
1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 
2001 
2101 
2201 
2301 

(0) 


Page   100 

Oak   (c) 

Golden  Gate  Park  

Fell   300 

Hayes   400 

Grove   600 

Fulton  600 

McAllister   700 

Golden  Gate  Avenue  800 

Turk   (c) 

Calvary  Ometery  

Geary  1300 

Leona  Terrace  

Post  1400 

Sutter  1500 

Bush  1600 

Pine  1700 

Calif omU  1800 

Sacramento  1900 

Clay  2000 

Washington  2100 

Jackson  2200 

Pacific  Avenue  2300 

Broadway  2400 

VaUejo  2500 

Green   (c) 

Union  2700 

FUbert  2800 

Greenwich  2900 

Lombard  3000 

Chestnut  3100 

Francisco  3200 

Bay  3300 

North  Point  3400 

Beach  3500 

Jefferson  3600 

Tonquin  3700 

Lewis  3800 

Lyon  Terrace  (now  Leona  Terrace) 

Lysett  Place,  from  8  s  Sacramento  bet 
Jones  and  Leavenworth 

M,  see  Moraga 

M  South,  see  Mendell 

Macedonia  (Bemal  Heights),  from 
Montcalm  W  of  Isabel  S  E  to 
Brewster 

Mackey.  nr  Mission  off  Morse 

Macondary,  from  W  s  Taylor  bet  Green 
and  Union,  W  to  Leivenworth 

Madagascar  (South  S.  F.).  See  Twenty- 
seventh  Av  South 

Madeira  (South  S.  F.).  See  Thirty- 
seventh  Av  South 

Madison  (University  Homestead),  from 
Silver  Av,  S  to  Olmstead 

Madison  Avenue  (now  Merlin) 

Madrid  (Excelsior  Homestead),  from 
Silver  Av,  S  W  to  Amazon 

Madrone  Avenue  (Forest  Hill  Tract) 
from  Vicente  North  to  Taraval. 

Magellan  Avenue,  from  Twelfth  Av  to 
Castenada  Av 

Maggie  Alley,  from  E  s  Jones  bet  Geary 
and  Post 

Magner  Place,  from  E  s  Mason  bet 
Broadway  and  Vallejo 

Magnolia  Avenue  (now  Street),  bet 
Lombard  and  (jhestnut,  from  La- 
guna, W  to  Webster 

Maiden  Lane,  from  W  s  Montgomery 
Av  bet  Washington  and  Jackson 

Main,  from  S  s  Market  bet  Spear  and 
Beale,  S  E  to  the  bay  .^.^  jj^M 


Manchester  (Bemal  Heights),  from 
point  S  of  Precita  Av  bet  Folsom 
and  Shotwell,  S  to  Ripley 

Mangels  Avenue  (Sunnyside),  from 
Hamilton  Av  N  of  Joost  Av,  W  to  j 
Hamburg 

Manila  (South  8.  F.).  See  Fourth  Av 
South 

Manila,  from  W  s  Kearny  bet  Geary 

and  Post,  W  to  Stockton 
Manitoba  (South  S.  F.).  See  Eleventh 

Av  South 

Manning  Place,  from  W  s  Eighth  bet 
Market  and  Mission 

Mansell  (University  Homestead),  from 
W  s  San  Bruno  Av  8  of  Olmstead 

Mansfield  (University  Homestead), 
from  Burrows,  S  to  Dwight 

Maple,  from  Presidio  Reservation  bet 
Spmce  and  Cherry,  S  to  Cali- 
fornia 

Cross  Stt.  E. 

Presidio  Reservation   2 

Jackson   100 

Washington   200 

CUy   300 

Sacramento   400 


W. 


E. 
1 

101 


401 


California   (o) 

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W. 
1 

101 
201 
301 
401 
(e) 


Maple  Court,  see  Rosemont  Pla  ce 
Marcela  Avenue  (Forest  Hill)  off  Pa- 

cecho  nr  Seventh  Av,  (Sunset) 
Marcy  Place  (late  Vernon  Place),  from 
S  s  Jackson  bet  Mason  and  Taylor 
Marengo,  E  of  San  Bmno  Av  from 

Waterloo,  S  W  to  Dickenson 
Marengo  (Railroad  Homestead).  See 

Plymouth  Av 
Margaret  Avenue,  bet  Majestic  and 
Josiah  Avs,  crossing  Lake  View 
Margaret  Court,  from  N  s  Turk  bet 

Mason  and  Taylor 
Margaret  Place  (now  Margrave  Place) 
Margrave  Place,  from  N  s  Vallejo  bet 

Kearny  and  Grant  Av 
Maria  (now  Homer) 
Marin,  from  the  bay  bet  Army  and 

Tulare,  W  to  Pennsylvania 
Marlon  Place  (late  Eliza  Pkce),  from 

N  s  Union  bet  Taylor  and  Jones 
Mariposa,  from  the  bay  bet  Seventeenth 

and  Eighteenth,  W  to  Harrison 
Maripou  Terrace,  see  Berwick  Place 
Mark  Lane,  from  N  s  Harlan  Place  bet 
Keamy  and  Grant  Av,  N  to  Bush 
Market  (from  the  bay  S  W  to  junction 

Seventeenth  and  Castro) 
Cross  Sis.  N.  S. 

The  Embarcadero  and 

Sacramento   2  1 

Steuart   

California   100 


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Cross  SU. 

Market   2 

Mission   100 

Howard   200  201 

Folsom   300  301 

ESkhart  

Harrison   400 

Bryant  

The  Embarcadero  

Majestic  Avenue,  bet  Oizn  and  Mar- 
garet Avs,  crossing  Lakeview  Av 
Columbia  Heights 

Maiden  Alley,  from  S  s  Howard  bet 
First  and  Second,  S  E  to  Tehama 

Malta  (South  S.  F.).  See  Twenty-fifth 
Av  South 

Malvlna  Place,  from  W  s  Slason  bet 

Sacramento  and  Clay 


Drumm   200 

Main   

Davis  and  Pine   300 

Beale   

Front   400 

Fremont   

Battery   500 

First   

Ecker   

Sansome  and  Sutter   550 

Second   

Mont'y  and  Post   600 

New  Montgomery   

.A.nnie   

Kearny  and  Geary   700 

Third   

Grant  .A.v  and  O'Farrell.  750 

Fourth   

Stockton  and  Ellis   800 

PoweU  and  Eddy   900 

Fifth   

Mason  and  Turk   950 

Sixth   

Taylor  and  Golden  Gate 

Avenue  1000 

Jones  and  McAllister  1100 

Seventh   

MarshaU  Square  1200 

Eighth   

Larkin  and  Hayes  1300 

Ninth   

Tenth   

Polk  and  FeU  1400 

Eleventh   

Van  Neas  Av  and  Oak . . .  1500 


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201 
301 
401 
501 


601 


701 
801 


901 
1001 


1101 
1201 


1301 
1401 


1501 


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TweUth    IMl 

Fnnklin  and  Page  1600   

Rom    

Brady     

Gough  and  Haifht  1700   

ValencU    1701 

MeCoppin  1750   

Hennann   1801 

Octavia  and  Waller  1800   

Pearl   

Guerrero   1901 

Laiuna  1900   

DuDoce  At  

Buchanan  2000   

Dolores    2001 

Fourteenth  

Church  2100  2101 

Fifteenth  

Sanchei  2200  2201 

Sixteenth  

Noe  2800  2J01 

Seventeenth  

Castro   (e)  (e) 

Mart,  from  Seventeenth  W  of  Clara  At. 
S  to  Corbett  At 

Manhall  (now  Maynard) 

Marihall  Square  (now  Hyde)  from 
N  8  Market  opp  Eighth  to  CTity 
HaUAv 

Martilly.  from  St.  Mar/e  At  W  of  Mis- 
sion 

Mirtton  Avenue  (Sunoyaide),  from  Cir- 
cular At,  W  bet  Judson  At  and 
Harelock 

Martha  Avenue  (Glen  Park  Terrace) 
from  Tustin  Av,  S  E  to  point  near 
Burnside  At 
Martha  Place,  from  S  s  Geary  bet  Mason 

and  Taylor 
Martin  (Glen  Park  Terrace)  from  E  • 

Sussex,  N  E  to  MoSitt  nr  Castro 
Martin.   See  Berry  Place 
Martinlqu*  (South  S.  F.).  See  Thirty- 
fifth  At  South 
Mary,  from  S  s  Mission  bet  Fifth  and 

Sixth,  S  E  to  Howard 
Mary  Lane,  from  N  s  Berry  Place  bet 
Kearny  and  Grant  At  N  to  Bush 
Marye  Terrace,  from  N  a  Turk  bet 

Hyde  and  Larkin 
Maryland,  from  the  bay  bet  Delaware 
and  Louisiana,  S  to  Arthur  At 
Maten,  from  N  s  Market  bet  Powell  and 
Taylor,  N  to  the  bay 


Cnii  St:  E. 

Market  and  Turk   2 

Eddy   100 

EUifl   200 

Latham  Place   

Dikeman  Place.. . 

O'FarreU  

Elwood  

Geary  

Derby  

Kappeler  Court . . 

Post  

Scheerer  Place . . . 

Sutter   «00 

DelU  Place  

Bush   700 

Hooker  Alley  

Pine   800 

Frank   

California   900 

Sacramento  1000 

Ewer  Place   

Dawson  Place  

Malvina  Place   

Qay  1100 

Tniett   

Shepherd  Place  

Washington  1200 

Jackson  1300 

John  

Pacific  1400 

Broadway  1600 

Magner  Place  

ValTejo  1000 

Green  1700 

Winter  Lane  

Webb  Place  

Union  

Kent  


W. 
1 

101 
201 


300  301 
400  401 


500  £01 
001 


701 
801 


eol 

1001 


1101 


1201 
1301 


1401 
ISOl 


leot 

1701 


2101 
2201 

2101 

2401 

2601 
2601 


W. 

1 

101 


Columbus  ATenue  

Lombard  3100 

Chestnut  2200 

Water   

Francisco  2300 

Vandewater  

Bay  2400 

Alaska  Place   

North  Point  2500 

Beach  2600 

Jefferson  

The  Embarcadero  

Maionle  Avenue,  from  Geary  W  of 
Ontrnl  At,  S  to  Congren,  thence 
E  to  Albany 

CroM  SU.  E. 

(Jeary   2 

St.  Rose's   (o) 

Turk   800 

(jolden  Gate  ATenue  400 

McUlister   600 

Fulton   600 

Grove   700 

Hayes  800 

FeU   (c) 

(jolden  Gate  Park  

Oak   1000 

Page  1100 

Haight  1200 

WaUer  1300 

Frederick  1400 

Java  1500 

Piedmont   

(Congress  1600 

Muiachuiettt,  from  the  bay  bet  New 
York  and  Delaware,  S  to  Arthur 
Av 

Mauaiolt  (Bernal  Heights),  from  Fran- 

conia,  N  W  to  Rutledge 
Mateo  (Fairmount  Tract),  from  Bemii, 

S  E  to  S  P  R  R 
Mauritius  (South  S.F.).  See  Twentieth 

Av  South 

Mayflower   (Bemsl   Heights),  from 

HoUaday  Av  nr  Fowhattan,  W  to 

Nevada  Av 
Maynard  (College  Homestead),  from  E 

s  Mission  nr  SilTer  At 
Mazzini,  E  of  San  Bruno  At  nr  Idaii' 

Oeek 

McAllitter,  from  junction  Market  and 
Jones  bet  Fulton  and  Golden  Gate 
Av,  W  to  Arguello  Boulevard 


.0 

601 

701 
801 
(c) 

1001 
1101 
1201 
IKl 
1401 


1601 


Croat  Stt.  N. 

Market  and  Jones   2 

C!ity  Hall  Avenue   

Leavenworth   100 

Hyde   200 

Breen  Place  

Larkin   300 

Polk   400 

Van  Ness  Avenue  500 

Franklin   600 

Gough   700 

Octavia   800 

Laguna  900 

Buchanan  iOOO 

Webster  1100 

Fillmore  1200 

SUiner  1300 

Pierce  1400 

Scott  1500 

Divisadero  1600 

Broderiok  1700 

Baker  1800 

Lyon  1900 

Central  Avenue  2000 

Masonic    *    (c) 

Masonic  Ometery  

Parker  Avenue  2500 

North  Stan  van  2600 

Willard  North  2700 

Arguello  Boulevard   (e) 

MeCltllan  (Bernal  Heights,  now  An- 
dover  Av),  from  Esmeralda  At,  S 
to  Cortland  At 
MeCoppin,  from  Otis  bet  Brady  and 

Duboee  At,  W  to  Market 
Cross  SU.  N.  S. 


301 
401 
501 
601 
701 
801 
901 
1001 
1101 
1201 
1301 
1401 
1501 
1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 
2001 
(c) 

2501 
2601 
Z701 
(e) 


Valparain. 


  2 

1 

1800 

1801 

1900 

1901 

  100 

101 

Elgin  Park  

2000 

2001 

Market  

MeCormick  Place  from  S  s  Pacific  bet 

Hyde  and  Larkin 
McDermott  Place,  from  W  s  Jones  bet 

Turk  and  Eddy 
McDougall  Court,  W  s  Eighth  bet  Mis- 
sion and  Stevenson 
McKlnley  Avenue  (Crocker  Bay  Shore 

Tract)  from  Pacheeo  At,  W  to 

Nueva  Av 
McKlnley  Square,  bet  Vermont,  Utah 

Twentieth  and  Twenty-first 
MeKlnnon  Avenue,  from  Water  Front, 

N  W  to  Islais  Creek 
McLea  Court,  from  £  s  Ninth  bet  Har- 
rison and  Bryant 
Meacham  Place,  from  S  s  Post  bet  Hyde 

and  Larkin 
Meade  Avenue,  from  County  Line,  N 

W  to  San  Bruno  Av 
Madau  Place,  from  N  s  Filbert  bet 

Grant  Av  and  Stockton 
Medford  (Visitacion  Valley),  W  of  San 

Bruno  Av  nr  Ounty  Line 
Meda,  from  Ocean  Av  to  Delano  Av, 

bet  Onondaga  and  Santa  Ynez 
Medway  Alley  (now  Severn) 
Melrsie   Avenue  (Sunnyside),  from 

point  nr  Congo  N  of  Mangels  Av, 

W  to  Hamburg 
Melvin  (Glen  Park  Terrace)  from  list 

to  Castro 

Mendeil.  from  Arthur  Av,  8  W  to 

Railroad  Av  and  from  Williams 

Av  to  Donner  Av 
Mendocino  (South  S.  F.),  from  the  bay 

bet  Calaveras  and  Plumas,  W  to 

Arthur  Av 
Mendosa  Avenue,  (Forest  Hill)  bet 

Quintara  and  Rivera  to  Ninth  Ave. 
Merced  (now  Noe),  from  Thirtieth,  S  to 

Laidley 

Merced  Avenue,  from  Alms  House  Rd  to 

Kensington  Way 
Mercedes  Way  (Ingleside),  off  Orritos 

Av  nr  to  Paloma  Av 
Mercer  (Bernal  Heights,  now  Bradford) 
Merchant,  from  the  bay  bet  C^y  and 

Washbgton,  W  to  Kearny 
Crott  Sta.  N.  S. 

The  Embarcadero   2  1 

Drumm   (c)  (c) 

Davis   (c)  (c) 

Front   800  311 

Battery   400  410 

Sansome   500  510 

Montgomery   600  600 

Dunbar  Alley    

Kearny   (e)  (e) 

Mercury  (Silver  Terrace),  S  s  of  Thorn- 
ton At 

Merlin  (late  Fifth  Av),  from  S  s  Har- 
rison bet  Fifth  and  Sixth 

Merrill  from  S  s  Rickard  bet  Bameveld 
Av  and  Boyston,  S  to  Silver  Av 

Merrimac^  from  the  bay  nr  Alameda, 
W  to  Tennessee  (closed) 

Merritt,  from  Hattie  S  of  Corbett  At 
W  to  Danvers 

Mersey,  from  N  s  Twenty-third  bet 
Dolores  and  (^attanooga 

Mesa  Avenue  (Forest  Hill)  off  Pacheeo 
nr  Seventh  Av  (Sunset) 

Metcalfe  Place,  from  N  s  Geary  bet 
Mason  and  Taylor 

Metropolitan  Avenue  from  W  e  Eighth 
bet  Harrison  and  Bryant 

Mexico  (South  S.  F.),  from  the  bay,  S 
to  India  Basin 

Michigan,  from  the  bay  bet  Georgia  and 
Illinois,  S  to  Arthur  Av 

Michigan  Avenue.   See  Palm  At 

Michigan  Place  (now  Cbattertoa  PI) 

MIday  (Sunnyside)  from  Berkshire,  3  to 
nr  Joost  At 

Middle,  from  N  s  Pine  bet  Webster  and 
Fillmore,  N  to  California 

Midway,  from  N  s  Francisco  bet  Grant 
Av  and  Stockton,  N  to  Bay 

Midway  (now  Nordhoff) 

Miguel  (Fairmount  Tract),  from  Bemis, 
a  E  to  S  P  R  R 

Miguel  Avenue  (Stanford  Heights), 
from  Stanford  Heights  At  to  Fow- 
ler Av  (part  of  Corbett  Av) 

Mllei  Court  (now  Miles  Place) 

Miles  Place,  from  N  s  California  bet 
Stockton  and  Powell 


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Miley,  from  E  a  Baker  bet  Filbert  and 

Greenwich 
Mill,  o9  San  Bruno  Av  nr  5  Mile  House 
Miller  Place,  from  S  s  Folsom  bet 

Fourth  and  Fifth 
Milliken  (now  San  Bruno  Av) 
Mills  Place.  See  Tillman  Alley 
Milton  (Spring  Valley  Homestead), 
from  S  P  R  R  bet  Cuvier  and 
Rousseau,  S  to  Springdale 
Milton  (now  Crystal),  W  of  San  Jose 

Av  nr  (Jounty  Line 
Milton  Avanua  (now  Marston  Av) 
Minerva  (Railroad  Homestead;,  W  of 

San  Jose  At  nr  County  Line 
MiiMrva  (now  Eighteenth),  from  Ura- 
nus S  of  Seventeenth 
Minna,  from  W  s  First  bet  Mission  and 

Howard,  S  W  to  Fifteenth 
Crou  SU.  N.  8. 

First   2  1 

Shaw  Alley    

Second   100  101 

New  Montgomery  

Third   200  201 

Fourth   300  SOI 

Fifth   400  401 

Mary  

Siith   600  601 

Ross  — - 

Seventh   600  601 

Julia  

Eighth   700  701 

Ninth   (c)  (o) 

Tenth   900  901 

Eleventh  1000  1001 

Lafayette  

Twelfth   (c)  (o) 

Thirteenth   (c)  (o) 

Fourteenth  1300  1301 

Fifteenth   (e)  (e) 

Minnesota,  from  South  bet  Tennessee 

and  Indiana,  S  to  Tulare 
Minnie.   See  Tremont  Av 
Minot  (Bemal  Heights,  now  Moultrie) 
from  Esmeralda  Av,  S  to  Cortland 
Av 

Mint  Avenue  (now  Street),  from  W  a 
Fifth  bet  Stevenson  and  Mission, 
and  from  N  s  Mission  bet  Fif^ 
and  Sixth 
Mlramar  Avenue  (Lake  View),  from 

Lake  View  Av,  N  to  Ocean  Av 
Miuion,  from  the  bay  bet  Howard  and 
Market,  S  W  and  S  to  County  Line 
CroM  Stt.  N.  8. 

The  Embarcadero   2  1 

Steuart  

Spear  „   100  101 

Main   200  201 

Beale   300  301 

Fremont   400  401 

Fffst   500  501 

Ecker    

Shaw  Alley   

Anthony    

Second   600  601 

New  Montgomery  

Annie    

Third   700  701 

Fourth   800  801 

Fifth   900  901 

Mint    

Mary   

Siith  1000  1001 

Seventh  1100  1101 

Mission  Alley    

Julia   

Eighth  1200  1201 

Laskie    

Ninth  1300  1301 

Washburn   

Grace   

Tenth  1400  1401 

Eleventh  1500  1501 

Lafayette   

West  Mission  (Otis) . .  . .  1600   

Twelfth    1601 

W.  8. 

Bond   

West  Mission  (Otis). .  . . 

Thirteenth  1700  1701 

Erie   

Fourteenth  1800  1801 

Fifteenth  1900  1901 

Mission  Ckiurt  

Sutteenth  2000  2001 


STKEET  AND  AVENUE  GUIDE 

Warren  Place   

Seventeenth  2100  2101 

Clarion  Alley    

Sycamore    

Eighteenth  2200  2201 

Nineteenth  2300  2101 

Twentieth  2400  2401 

Twentv-first  2600  2601 

Twenty-second  2600  2601 

Twenty-third  2700  2701 

Twenty-fourth  2800  2801 

Twentv-fifth  2900  2901 

Twenty-sixth  3000  3001 

Army  3100  8101 

Precita  Avenue    8161 

Powers  "    

Valencia  8200   

Fair  Avenue    8201 

Everett  Place    

Twenty-ninth  3300   

Virginia  Avenue    8361 

Godeus   

Thirtieth  8400   

Eugenia  Avenue    8401 

Lizzie    

Kingston    

0>rtland  Avenue    8501 

Brook  8500   

Randall  8550   

Santa  Marina   

Appleton  Avenue    3801 

CTharles    

Glendale  3700  3701 

Lease  

West  Park   

Richland  Avenue! .  .  .  .  .  .  3800  3801 

Crescent  *    

St  Mary's    "   3900   

Bosworth  4000   

Springdale  4100   

Grant  and  Canal    4101 

Trumbull   

Ney    4201 

Majmard.   

Silver  Avenue    4801 

Tingley  4300   

Theresa    

Cotter  4400   

Francis    

China  Avenue    4601 

Croke  4600   

Harrington    

Brazil  .\venue   4601 

Norton  4600   

Bauer  and  Ocean  Av    

Persia  Avenue    4701 

Russia      -     4801 

Onondaga  "   4800   

France      "     4901 

lUlv        "     6001 

Mohawk    "   5050   

Amaion    "     6101 

(Jencva     "   6100   

Niagara    "   6200   

Pope    6201 

Mount  Vernon  Av  6300   

AUimn    6301 

Concord    6401 

Ottawa  Avenue  5400   

Florence  Alley   

Foote  Avenue  5500   

Naglee    '   5600   

Lowell    5601 

Morse   

Whipple  Avenue  5650   

Whittier    6701 

Farragut  .Avenue  5700   

I>aura    

Oliver   5801 

Lawrence  Avenue  5800   

Acton    5901 

Sickles  Avenue  5900   

Huron       '    — 

Liebig  6000   

Miuion  Allay,  from  N  a  Mission  bet 
Seventh  and  Eighth  to  Jessie 

Mitiion  Court,  from  W  ■  Mission  bet 
Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth 

Miuion  Park,  bet  Eighteenth  and 
Twentieth,  Church  and  Dolorea 

Miuion  Road,  now  Mission  Street 

MiuiuippI,  from  Sixteenth  bet  Penn- 
sylvania and  Texas,  S  to  Tulare 

Miuouri,  from  Sixteenth  bet  Texas  and 
Connecticut.  S  to  Tulare 

Mizpah  Avenue  (Glen  Park)  bet  Swiss 
and  Elk  Avs,  N  to  Sussex 


Moff  itt,  bet  Moreland  and  Sussex  N  W 

from  Castro 
Mohawk  Avanua  (West  End  Tract),  N 

W  s  Mission  nr  County  Line 
Moncada  Way  (Ingleside)  from  Urbano 

Drive  N  to  Junipero  Serra  Blvd 

nr  Ocean  Ave 
Mono,  from  Short,  N  to  Corbett  Av  nr 

Ashbuiy 

Monroe,  from  N  s  Bush  bet  Stockton 

and  Powell,  N  to  Pine 
Montague  Place,  from  W  s  Montgomery 

bet  Green  and  Union 
Mbntaivo  Avenue  (Forest  Hill)  off 

Taraval  nr  Dewey 
Montana  (Railroad  Homestead),  W  of 

San  Jose  Av  nr  County  Line 
Montcalm    (Bernal    Heights),  from 

Tomasa  nr  HoUaday  Av,  W  to 

Alabama 

Montezuma  (Bemal  Heights),  from 
Coso  Av,  E  to  Shotwell 

Montgomery,  from  N  s  Market  bet  San- 
some  and  Kearny,  N  to  the  bav 

CroM  Stt.  E.  W. 

Market  and  Post   2  1 

Sutter   100  101 

Bush   200  201 

Pine   300  801 

Summer   

California   400  401 

Sacramento   500  601 

C!ommercial  

Qay   600  601 

Merchant  

Washington   700  701 

Columbus  Avenue   

Jackson   800  801 

Gold    

Pacific   900  901 

Verdi  Place   

Broadway  1000  1001 

VaUejo  1100  1101 

Green  1200  1201 

Montague  Place   

Union  1300  1301 

School  Alley   

Alta  

Filbert  1400  1401 

Greenwich  1500  1501 

Lombard  1600  1601 

Chestnut  1700  1701 

Francisco  1800  1801 

The  Embarcadero   (e)  (e) 

Montgomery  Avanua  (now  Columbus 
Av) 

Montgomery  Court  (now  Verdi  Place) 

Monticeiio,  from  Holloway  Ave  N  bet 
Bixby  and  Beverly 

Moore  Place,  from  N  s  Union  bet  Hyde 
and  Larkin 

Moraga,  from  Locksley  Av  S  of  Law- 
ton,  W  to  the  Ocean 

Moreland,  (Glen  Park  Terrace),  bet 
Melvin  and  Moffitt  N  W  to  Dia-i 
mond 

Morgan  Allay,  from  Grand  View  Av  nr 
Twenty-second,  NW  to  Corbett  Av 

Morrall  Place,  from  N  s  Pacific  bet 
Hyde  and  Larkin,  N  to  Broadway 

Morris  (late  Park  Avenue),  from  W 
s  Harrison  bet  Fifth  and  Sixth,  8 
E  to  points  S  of  Bryant 

Morse,  from  point  S  Newton,  W  to  Mis- 
sion opp  Whipple  Av 

Morton,  (now  Union  Square  Av) 

Moscow  (Excelsior  Homestead),  from 
Madison,  8  W  to  Amason 

Moss,  from  S  s  Howard  bet  Sixth  and 
Seventh,  S  E  to  Folsom 

Moss  Allay  (now  Mono) 

Mou  Avenue  (Park  Lane  Tract),  bet 
Eighteenth  and  Nineteenth,  from 
Caselli  Av  to  Ck>rbett  Road 

Moulton,  from  W  s  Buchanan  bet 
Greenwich  and  Lombard,  W  to 
Steiner 

Moulton    Avanua    (Sunnyside,  now 

Hearst  .Av) 
Moulton  Place  (now  Montague  Place) 
Moultrie  (Bemal  Heights),  from  North 
Av  nr  Coso  Av  to  point  S  of  Cres- 
cent Av 

Mount  Vernon  Avanua,  from  Mission 
bet  Niagara  and  Ottawa  Av  s,  NW 
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MeunUin  Uk«  Park,  N  of  Lake  to 
Preiidb  Reservation  bet  Seventh 
and  Fourteenth  Ava 

Mountain  String  Avenue  (Qarendon 
Heishts),  from  Burnett  Av  W  of 
Clarendon  Av  to  point  W  of  Stan- 
yau 

Mulford  Allay,  from  E  ■  Taylor  bet 

Bush  and  Pine 
Mullen  Avenue,  E  from  Alabama  bet 

Precita  Av  and  Montcalm 
Munich  (Exceleiar  Homestead),  from 
La  Grande  Av,  S  W  to  France  Av 
Murray,  E  of  Mission  from  HoUy  Park 

Cfrcle,  S  to  Crescent  Av 
Myra,  from  Oswego  and  Thirty-third, 

S  W  to  Genesee 
Myrtle  Avenue  (now  Street),  from  W 
s  LarkinbetO'Farrelland  Geary, 
W  to  Laguna 
Croat  St$.  N.  B. 

Larkin   2  1 

Polk   100  101 

Van  Nese  Avenue   200  201 

Franklin   300  301 

Oough   (c)  (c) 

Octavia   800  601 

Laguna   (e)  (e) 

N  South  (now  Newhall) 
Naglee  Avenue  (West  End  Tract),  from 
Missian,  N  W  to  San  Jose  Av  nr 
County  Line 
Napa  (now  Twentieth). 
Napier  Alley,  from  N  a  Filbert  bet  San- 
some  and  Montgomery 
Naples  (Excelsior  Homestead),  from 

Silver  Av,  S  W  to  Amaion 
Napoleon,  E  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr  lalaia 
Creek 

Nashua,  E  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr  lalaia 
Creek 

Natiek  (Fairmount  Tract),  from  C!hen- 
•ry  nr  Castro,  S  to  Arlington 

Natema,  from  W  s  Fremont  bet  Mission 
and  Howard,  S  W  to  Fifteenth 

CroH  SU.  N.  8. 

Fremont   2  1 

First  

Second   100  101 

New  Montgomery  

Third   200  201 

Fourth   (c)  (c) 

Howard  CoOTt   300  301 

Fifth   400  401 

Marv  

Sixth   500  501 

Russ  

Seventh   600  601 

Eighth   700  701 

Ninth   (c1  (c) 

Tenth   900  901 

Eleventh  1000  1001 

Lafayette  

Twelfth   {c)  (c) 

Thirteentn   (c)  (c) 

Fourteenth  1300  1301 

Fifteenth   (e)  (e) 

Naylor,  from  S  s  Munich  bet  Rolph  and 
Cordova  S  to  County  Line 

Nebraska  (now  San  Bruno  Av),  from 
Division  bet  Vermont  una  Utah 

Nebraska  (South  S.  F.).  See  WatervUle 

Nebraska  (Bernul  Heights),  from  Pow- 
hattan,  S  to  Cortland  Av 

Nelson  Avenue,  from  (bounty  Line,  N 
\V  to  San  Bruno  Av 

Neptune  (Silver  Terrace),  from  Thorn- 
ton Av,  S  to  Williams  Av 

Nevada  (now  Twenty-third) 

Nevada  (Bernal  Heights)  from  Esmer- 
alda At  bet  Prentiss  and  Rose- 
crans,  S  to  Oescent  Av 

New  Anthony  (now  Anthony) 

New  Grove  Avenue,  see  Newburg 

New  Market  (now  Army) 

New  Montgomery,  from  S  s  Market  bet 
Second  and  Third,  B  E  to  Howard 

Cron  SU.  W.  E. 

Market   2  1 

Stevenson   

Jeasie  

Aldrich  AUey    

Miasion   100  101 

Minna  

Natoma  

Howard   (e)  (e) 


New  Orleans  Avenue,  from  N  s  Green 

bet  Leavenworth  and  Hyde 
New  York,  from  the  bay  bet  Virginia 

and  Massachusetts,  S  to  Arthur  Av 
Ntwburg,  from  Twenty-seventh  bet 

Castro  and  Diamond,  S  to  Duncan 
Newcomb  Avenue,  from  Water  Front, 

N  W  to  Islais  Creek 
Newell,  from  N  ■  Lomtnrd  bet  Maeon 

and  Taylor 
Newhall,  from  Arthur  Av,  S  W  to 

Egbert  Av 
Newman,  from  Holly  Park  Circle 

bet  EUert  and  East  Av,  E  to  An- 

dover 

^(^wton,  E  of  Mission,  bet  Morse  and 
Brunswick,  nr  County  Line 

Ney  (College  Homestead),  from  E  s 
Mission  nr  Silver  Av 

Niagara  Avenue  (West  End  Tract).  N 
W  s  Mission  nr  County  Line  bet 
Geneva  and  Mount  Vernon  Ave, 
N  W 

Niantic,  oS  Palmetto  Av  nr  County 

Line 

Nicaragua  (South  8.  P.).    See  Forty- 

6fth  Av  South 
Nineteenth,  from  the  bay  bet  Eish- 
teenth  and  Twentieth,  W  to  nr 
Douglass 
CroM  Stt.  N. 

llUnois   fiOO 

Kentucky   600 

Tennessee   700 

Minnesota   800 

Indiana   900 

Iowa  1000 

Pennsylvania  1100 

Mississippi  1200 

Texas  1300 

Missouri  1400 

Connecticut  1500 

Arkansas  1600 

Wisconsin  1700 

Carolina  1800 

De  Haro  1900 

Rhode  Island  2000 

Kansas  2100 

Vermont  2200 

San  Bruno  Avenue  2300 

Utah  2100 

Potrero  Avenue  2500 

Hampshire  2600 

York  2700 

Bryant  2800 

Florida  2900 

.Alabama  3000 

Harrison   ..3100 

Treat  Avenue  3150 

Folsom  3200 

ShotweU  3250 

Howard  3300 

Capp  3350 

Mission  3400 

San  Carlos  

Lexington  

Valencia  3500 

Lapidge  

Angelica   

Guerrero  3600 

Dolores  3700 

C:hurch  3800 

Sanchet  3900 

Noe  4000 

Hartford  4050 

Castro  4100 

(>)Uingwood  4200 

Diamond  -.4300 

Eureka  4400 

Douglass   (e) 

Nineteenth  Avenue,  from  Presidio  Res- 
ervation, S  to  Parkaide  Boulevard 
Croti  Stt.  E.  W. 

Presidio   2  1 

Lake   100  101 

California   200 

Qement   300 

Geary   400 

Ansa   500 

Balboa   800 

Cabrillo   700 

Fulton   (c) 

Golden  Gate  Park  

Lincoln  Way  1200  1201 

Irving  1800  1301 

Judah  1400  1401 

Kirkham  1500  1501 


8. 
601 
801 

701 
801 
SOI 
1001 
1101 
1201 
ISOl 
1401 
1601 
1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 
2001 
2101 
2201 
2301 
2401 
2501 
2601 
2701 
2801 
2901 
3001 
3101 
3151 
3201 
3251 
3301 
3351 
3401 


3501 


3601 
3701 
3801 
3901 
4001 
4051 
4101 
4201 
4301 
4401 
(e) 


201 
801 
401 
501 
601 
701 
(0) 


Lawton  1600 

Moraga  1700 

Noriega  1800 

Ortega  1900 

Pacheco  2000 

Quintara  2100 

Rivera  2200 

Santiago  2800 

Taraval  2400 

UUoa  2800 

Vicente...;  2600 

Wawona  2700 

Parkaide  Boulevard  2800 

NInttesnth  Avenue  South  (now  Shatter 
Av) 

Ninth,  from  8  a  Market  bet^Eighth  and 
Tenth,  S  E  to  Diviman 

CroM  SU.  W.  E. 

Market   2  1 

Stevenson   

Jessie  

Mission   100 

Minna  » .  

Natoma   

Howard  200 

Tehama   

Clementina   

Folsom   800 

Rin^old   

Sheridan  

Harrison   400 

McLea  Oiurt   

Bryant   500 

Brannan   600 

Division   (e) 

Ninth  Avenue,  from  Mountain  Lake 
Park,  S  to  Pacheco.  For  Nos.  gee 
Nineteenth  Av 

Ninth  Avenue  South  (now  Innes  Av) 

Noble  (closed),  from  Hubbell  nr  Sixth, 
S  E  to  South 

Noble's  Alley,  from  E  s  Grant  Av  bet 
Union  and  Filbert 

Noe,  from  S  8  Duboce  Ave  bet  San- 
chei  and  Castro,  S  to  Laidley 

Cms  SU.  W.  E. 

Duboce  Avenue   2  1 

Fourteenth   100  101 

Henrv  

Fifteenth   200 


1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 
2001 
2101 
2201 
2101 
2401 
2601 
2601 
2701 
2801 


101 


201 


801 


401 

601 
601 
(e) 


201 


Sixteenth  

Market     300  301 

Seventeenth   400  401 

Ford   

Eighteenth   500  501 

Hancock   

Nineteenth   600  661 

Cumberland   

Twentieth   700  701 

Liberty  

Twenty-6rst   800  801 

HUl  

Twenty-second   900  901 

Alvarado  

Twenty-third  1000  1001 

Elitabeth   

Twenty-fourth  1100  1101 

Jersey  

Twenty-fifth  1200  1201 

Clipper  

Twenty-sixth  1300  1801 

Army  

Twenty-seventh  1400  1401 

Duncan  

Twenty-eighth  1 500  1601 

VaUey  

Twenty-ninth  1600  1601 

Day  

Thirtieth  1700  1701 

Laidley   (e)  (e) 

Nome  Avenue  (now  Danvers) 
Noonan  Alley.   See  Sunshine  Ojurt 
Nordhoff  (Glen  Park  Terrace),  bet 
Baden  and  Tustin  Avs,  from  Stil- 
lings  Av,  S 
Norfolk  (late  Nevada),  from  S  e  Folsom 
bet  Eleventh  and  Twelfth,  8  E 
to  Harrison 
Noriega,  from  Seventh  Av  S  of  Moraga, 

W  to  the  ocean 
Notlom,  from  S  to  Head  Bright  nt 

Broad 
Norma  (now  Altamont) 
Norman,  E  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr  Mail 
Creek 

North  Avenue  (now  Bocana) 


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North  Point,  from  the  bay  bet  Bay  and 
Beach,  W  to  Presidio  Reserration 
Crott  SU.  N.  S. 

Kearny   2  1 

Grant  Arenne   100  101 

Stodrton   200  201 

PoweU   300  301 

Mann   400  401 

Taylor   500  501 

Jonee   600  601 

I^aTenworth   700  701 

Hyde   800  801 

Larkin   900  901 

Polk  1000  1001 

Van  Ness  Avenue   (c)  (c) 

Govm't  Reserration  

Laguna  1500  1601 

Buchanan  1600  1601 

Webster  1700  1701 

Fillmore  1800  1801 

Steiner  1900  1901 

Pierce  2000  2001 

Scott  2100  2101 

Diviaadero  2200  2201 

Broderick  2300  2301 

Baker  2400  2401 

Lyon   (e)  (e) 

North  Stanyan,  from  S  s  Aldine  bet 
Parker  Av  and  Willard  North,  S 
to  Pulton 
North  Willard.   See  WUlard  North 
Norton  (Academy  Tract),  from  N  W  s 
Mission  bet  Harrin^n  and  Bauer 
Norton  Court  (now  Langton),  from  S  s 
Brannan  bet  Seventh  and  Eighth 
Norton  Place  (now  Darrell  Place) 
Norwich  (Bemal  Heights),  from  W  a 
Alabama  nr  Ripley ,W  to  Treat  Av 
Nottingham  Place,  from  E  s  Kearny  bet 

Pacific  and  Broadway 
Nueva  Avenue  (Crocker    Bay  Shore 
Tract),  from  Raymond,  Av  N  and 
N  E  to  Vista  Av 
Nunant  Alley,  E  s  Eighth  bet  Folsom 

and  Howard 
0  (now  Ortega) 

O'Connell  Place,  from  N  b  Vallejo  bet 
Powell  and  Mason 

O'Farrell,  from  junction  Market  and 
Grant  Av  bet  Ellis  and  Geary,  W 
to  Calvary  Ometery 

Crost  Sts.  N.  S 

Market  and  Grant  Av. . .     2  1 

Savings  Union  Place  . . .   

Stockton   100  101 

PoweU   200  201 

Carlos  ■.  

EJwood    

Mason   300  301 

Taylor   400  401 

Shannon    

Jones   500  501 

Leavenworth   600  601 

Harlem  Alley  

Ada  Court    

Hyde   700  701 

Larkin   800  801 

Polk   900  901 

Van  Ness  Avenue          1000  1001 

Franklin  1100  1101 

Gough  1200  1201 

Octavia  1300  1301 

Laguna  1400  1401 

Buchanan  1500  1501 

Hollis   

Webster  1600  1601 

Fillmore  1700  1701 

St«iner  190O  1801 

Pierce    1901 

Elton  

Scott  2000  2001 

Beideman   

Divisadero  2100  2101 

Broderick  2200  2201 

St.  Joseph's  Avenue         (e)  (e) 

O'Farrell  Alley.   See  Elwood 

Otk,  from  junction  Market  and  Van 
Ness  Av  bet  Page  and  Fell,  W  to 
Stanyan 

CroM  SU.  N.  S. 

Market  Street  and  Van 

Ness  Av   2  1 

Franklin   100  101 

Gough   200  201 

Octavia   300  301 

Laguna   400  401 


STREET  AND  AVENXTE  GUIDE 

Buchanan   600  SOT 

Webster   600  601 

FiUmore   700  701 

Steiner   800  801 

Pierce   900  901 

Scott..  1000  1001 

Divisadero  1100  1101 

Broderick  1200  1201 

Baker   (o)  1301 

Lyon   (o)  1401 

Central  Avenue   (o)  1501 

Masonic     "    (o)  1601 

Ashbury   (o)  1701 

Clayton   (o)  1801 

Cole   (o)  1901 

Shrader   (o)  2001 

Stanyan   (e)  (e) 

Oak  Grove,  from  S  s  Harrison  bet 

Fifth  and  Sixth,  S  E  to  Bryant 
Oakdale  Avenue,  from  Water  Front,  N 

W  to  San  Bruno  Av 
Oakwood  (late  Fair  Oaks  CJourt),  from 

S  3  Eighteenth  bet  Guerrero  and 

Dolores 

Ocean  Avenue,  from  Mission  half  mile 
S  of  Silver  Av,  W  to  the  ocean. 
That  portion  bet  Automobile  Boul- 
evard and  Ocean  now  closed 
Ocean  Boulevard,  from  termination 
Cliff  Av  nr  B  along  the  ocean 
beach.  S  to  Ocean  Av 
Ocean  Terrace  (now  Sunset  Terrace) 
Octavia,  from  N  s  Market  bet  Gough 

and  Laguna,  N  to  Bay 
Cross  Sis.  E.  W. 

Market  and  Waller   2  1 

Haight   100  101 

Rose  

Page   200  201 

LUv  

Oak   300  301 

Hickory  

FeU   400  401 

Linden  

Hayes   500  501 

Ivy  

Orove   600  601 

Birch   

Fulton   700  701 

Ash   

McAUister   800  801 

Golden  Gate  Avenue. ...   (c)  (c) 

Jefferson  Square  

Eddy  1100  1101 

Willow  

Ellis  1200  1201 

Olive   

O'FarreU  1300  1301 

Myrtle   

Geary  1400  1401 

Cedar   

Post  1500  1661 

Walnut   

Sutter  1600  1601 

Busb  1700  1701 

Austin    

Pine  1800  1801 

California  1900  1901 

Sacramento   (c)  (c) 

I/Hfavette  Park  

Washington  2200  2201 

Jackson  2300  2301 

Pacific  Avenue   2400  2401 

Broadway  2500  2501 

Vallejo  2600  2601 

Green  2700  2701 

Union  2800  2801 

FUbert  2900  2901 

Greenwich  3000  3001 

Lombard  3100  3101 

Chestnut  3200  3201 

Francisco  3300  3301 

Bennett   

Government  Reservation 

Tonquin  3800  3801 

Ogden  Avenue  (Bemal  Heights),  from 

Andover  Av  E  to  Crescent  Av 
Ohio  (South  S.  F.),  from  the  bay  nr 

Virginia,  S  to  Arthur  Av 
Ohio  Place  (now  Osgood  Place) 
Oklahoma,  from  the  bay  bet  New  York 

and  Ohio,  S  to  Arthur  Av 
Old  Hickory  (now  Ogden  Avenue) 
Old  San  Jose  Road,  now  San  Jose  Av 
Olive  Avenue  (now  street),  from  W  s 
Larkin  bet  Ellis  and  O'FarreU,  W 
to  Buchanan 


CroM  SU.  N.  fi 

Larkin   2  1 

PoU£   100  101 

Van  Ness  Avenue   200  201 

Franklin   (c)  (c) 

Gough   (c)  (c) 

OctavU   500  601 

Laguna   600  601 

Buchanan   (e)  (e) 

Olive  Court  (now  Charlton  Ct) 

Oliver  (West  End  Homestead),  from 
Mission.  S  E  nr  County  Line 

Olmttead  (University  Homestead), 
from  W  s  San  Bnmo  Av  S  of 
Dwight 

OIney  Avenue,  from  County  Line,  N  W 
to  San  Bruno  Av 

Oloron,  W  of  San  Jose  Av,  from  Paul- 
ding to  Jamac 

Olymput,  from  N  s  Seventeenth  nr 
Clayton 

Oneiaa  Avenue  (West  End  Tract), 
from  Cayuga  Av  S  of  Onondaga 
Av,  N  W  to  San  Jose  Av 

Oneida  Place,  from  8  s  Sacramento  bet 
Grant  Av  and  Stockton 

Oneota  (Reis  Tract'*  from  point  at 
Hoyt,  N  E  to  Harkness 

Onondaga  Avenue  (West  End  Tract), 
from  W  s  Mission  nr  Russia  Av, 
N  W  to  Ocean  Av 

Opal  Alley,  froin  Corbett  Av  nr  Clay- 
ton, N  W  to  Burnett  Av 

Opal  Place,  from  E  s  Taylor  bet  Golden 
Gate  Av  and  Turk 

Opera  Alley,  from  N  s  Mission  bet  Third 
and  Fourth 

Ophir  Alley,  from  N  e  Post  bet  Taylor 
and  Jones 

Orange  Alley,  from  Twenty-fourth  bet 
Valencia  and  Bartlett,  S  to  Twen- 
ty-sixth 

Orchard  (Fairmount  Tract),  Arbor  nr 
Diamond 

Ord,  from  point  near  States  West  of 
Douglass,  S  to  Eighteenth. 

Ord  Court,  from  Ord  N  of  Vulcan  W 
to  Levant 

Ordway,  from  W  s  San  Bruno  Av  8  of 
Man  sell 

Oregon,  from  pomt  E  of  Drumm  bet 
Washington  and  Jackson,  W  to 
Battery 

Cross  SU.  N.  S. 

Drumm   100  101 

Davis   20«  201 

Front   (c)  (c) 

Battery   (e)  (e) 

Orient,  from  N  s  'Twenty-third  bet 
Church  and  Vicksburg,  S  of 
Elizabeth 

Orizaba  Avenue,  W  of  San  Jose  Av  nr 

County  Line 
Orleans,  E  of  San  Bruno  .\v  nr  Islais 

Creek 

Orsenius,  E  of  San  Bruno  Av,  from 
Nashua  to  Byrne 

Ortega,  from  Eighth  Av  S  of  Noriega, 
W  to  the  ocean 

Osage  Alley,  from  Twenty-fourth  bet 
Mission  and  Bartlett,  S  to  Twenty- 
sixth 

Oscar  Alley,  from  N  s  Clementina  bet 

First  and  Second 
Osgood  Place,  from  N  s  Pacific  bet 

Sansome  and  Montgomery,  N  to 

Broadway 
Oswego,  from  Sussex  W  of  Stanford 

Heights  Av,  S  to  Thirty-fourth 
Oteja  Avenue,  from  Mount  Vernon  Av 

E  of  San  .lose  Av,  S  W 
Otis,  from  Mission  and  Twelfth,  S  W  to 

McCoppin,  thence  S  to  Mission  and 

Duboce  Av 
Otsego  Avenue  (West  End  Tract),  from 

Mt.  Vernon  Av  to  Santa  Ysabel 

Av 

Ottawa  Avenue  (West  End  Tract), 

from  Mission,  N  W  to  San  Jose  Av, 

nr  County  Line 
Oxford  (University  Homestead),  from 

SUver  Av,  S  to  ManseU 
P  (now  Pacheco) 
P  South  (now  Phelps) 
Pacheco,  from  Ninth  Av  S  of  Ortega. 

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PachNO  Av«nu*  lOocker  Bay  Shore 
Tract),  fram  Rajrmond  At,  N  to 
McKiiiley  At 
Pacific,  from  the  bay  bet  Jackson  and 
Broadway,  W  to  Larkin.  (The 
continuation  of  the  street  from 
Larkin  ii  called  Pacific  Av) 


N. 


100 
200 


101 
201 
801 

401 

601 

601 


701 


801 


901 


1001 


1101 
1201 
1301 

1401 


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Croaa  Sta. 
The  Embarcadero. 

Drumm  

Davis  

Front  

Battery   300 

Silver  Star  Place  

Sansome   400 

Osgood  Place  

Hontgomeiy  500 

Jerome  Alley  

Kearny  600 

Columbus  Avenue  

Beckett   

Grant  Avenue  700 

Jackson  Court   

Pelton  Place  

Stockton  800 

Cordelia  

Trenton  

PoweU   900 

Keyes  Alley  

Soott  Place  

Maaon  1000 

Auburn   

Salmon  

Himmehnann  Place  

Taylor  1100 

Jones  1200 

Leavenworth  1300 

Burgoyne  Place   

Hyde  1400 

Morreil  Place  

McConnick   

Grimm's  Place  

Larkin   (e) 

Pacific  Alley,  from  S  s  Broadway  bet 

Grant  At  and  Stockton 
Pacific  Alley  (now  Pelton  Place) 
Pacific  Avenue,  continuation  of  Pacific 
Street  from  Larkin  to  Presidio 
Reservation.    (The  numbers  com- 
mence at  1500,  a  continuation  of 
the  niunbers  on  the  street.) 
Croii  St».  N. 

Larkin  1500 

Polk  1600 

Van  Nese  Avenue  1700 

Franklin  1800 

Gough  1"^ 

Octavia  2000 

Lapina  2100 

Buchanan  2200 

Webster  2300 

FiUmore  2400 

Steiner  2500 

Pierce  2600 

Scott  2700 

Divisadero  2800 

Broderick  2900 

Baker  3000 

Lyon  3100 

Presidio  Avenue  8200 

Walnut   (o) 

Laurel   (o) 

Page,  from  junction  Market  and  Frank- 
lin bet  Haifht  and  Oak,  W  to 
Stanyan 
Crou  St4. 
Market  and  Franklin. , 

Gou(h  

Laguna  

OcUvia   300 

Buchanan   400 

Webster   500 

Fillmore   600 

Steiner   700 

Pierce   800 

Soott   900 

Divisadero  1000 

Broderick  1100 

Baker  1200 

Lvon  1300 

Ontral  Avenue  1400 

Masonic  Avenue  1600 

Aihbury  1600 

Clayton  1700 

Cole  1800 

Shrader  1900 

Stanyan   (e) 


S. 
1501 
1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 
2001 
2101 
2201 
2S01 
2401 
2501 
2601 
2701 
2801 
290 1 

aooi 

310i 
320i 
830i 
3401 


N. 

2 

100 
200 


S. 
1 

101 
201 
301 
401 
601 
601 
701 
801 
901 
1001 
1101 
1201 
1301 
1401 
1501 
1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 
(e) 


Pagoda  Placa,  from  N  b  Sacramento 

Stockton 

Palm  Avenue  Gate  Michigan  Avenue), 
from  California  S  to  Geary  bet 
Jordan  and  Arguello  Blvd 

Palmer  (Fairmount  Tract),  from  Har- 
per, S  E  to  Chenery 

Palmetto  Avenue,  from  San  Jose  Av  nr 
County  Line 

Palo  Alto  Avenue,  from  Burnett  At  to 
point  W  of  Stanyan 

Paloma  Avenue  (Ingleside)  from  Ocean 
Av  to  Junipero  Serra  Blvd 

Palou  Avenue,  from  Water  Front,  N  W 
to  Islais  Creek 

Panama,  from  San  Diego  At  W  to 
West  Railroad  Av  nr  County  Line 

Paraguay  (South  S.  F.),  see  Fourteenth 
.Av  South 

Pardee  Alley,  from  W  a  Grant  At  bet 

Filbert  and  Greenwich 
Parli  (Excelsior  Homestead),  from 

point  N  of  Avalon  At,  S  W  to 

Amazon 

Park,  from  Holly  Park  Circle  to  An- 

dover  Av 

Park  Avenue  (now  Citv  Hall  Avenue) 
Park  Drive,  from  G.  G.  Park  N  bet  13th 

and  14th  Avs 
Park  Hill  Avenua,  from  Buena  Vista 

Av  W  of  South  Broderick,  S  to 

Masonic  Av 
Park  Lane  (now  Ashbury),  from  Six- 
teenth to  Eighteenth 
Park  Lane,  North  (now  Tabcr  Place) 
Park  Lane,  South  (now  Varney  Place) 
Park  Road  (now  Buena  Vista  Avenue), 

surrounding  Buena  Vista  Park 
Park  Way,  off  St.  Charles  Av  nr 

County  Line 
Parker  (now  Montcalm) 
Parker  Alley  (now  Parkhurst  Alley) 
Parker  Avenue,  from  S  s  (Mifornia 

opposite  Maple,  S  to  Fulton 
Parkhurst  Alley,  from  N  s  Clay  bet 

Stockton  and  Powell 
Parkilde  Avenue  (now  Parsons) 
Parktlde  Boulevard,  S  of  Yorba,  from 

Automobile  Av,  W  to  the  Ocean 
Parnattus  Avenue  (late  Sullivan),  from 

nayton  bet  Carl  and  Grattan,  W 

and  S  W  to  Fifth  Av 
Parrott  Alley,  from  W  s  Davis  bet 

California  and  Sacramento 
Partons,  from  N  s  Fulton  bet  North 

Stanyan  and  North  Willard 
Patterson,  E  of  San  Bruno  Av  from 

Flower,  N  E 
Patton,  from  Appleton  Av,  S  to  High- 
land .Av 

Paul  Avenue  (Paul  Tract),  from  Rail- 
road Av  opposite  Oilman  .\v  W 
to  San  Bruno  Av.  opposite  Dwight 

Paulding,  from  W  s  San  Jose  Av  bet 
Jarnac  and  Havelock 

Peabody  (late  Byrne),  W  of  San  Bruno 
Av  nr  Ounty  Line 

Pearl,  from  S  s  Market  bet  Hermann 
and  Guerrero,  S  to  Duboce  Avenue 

Pearl  Alley  (now  Morgan  Alley) 

Pelham,  E  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr  Islais 
Creek 

Pelton  Place,  from  S  s  Broadway  bet 

Grant  Av  and  Stockton 
Pemberton  Place,  W  a  Burnett  Av,  W 

to  Clayton 
Peninsula  Avenue  (Oocker  Bay  Shore 

Tract),  bet  Wheeler  and  State 

Avs,  from  Hood  Av,  S 
Pennsylvania,  from  .Sixteenth  bet  Iowa 

and  Mississippi,  S  to  Tulare 
Penobscot  (South  S.  F.).   See  H  South 
Peoria  (Crocker  Tract)  off  Mission, 

San  Mateo  Co. 
Pepler  W  of  Prim  from  Rhine  nr 

County  Line. 
PKalta  Avenue,  from  HoUaday  At  6 

of  Army.  S  W  and  S  to  Union 

and  San  Bruno  Ava 
Parlna  Place,  from  W  s  Steiner  bet  Cal- 
ifornia and  Sacramento,  W  to 

Pierce 

Parry,  from  point  W  of  Seoond  bet 
Harrimn  and  Bryant,  S  W  to  Fiftii 

Croti  St*.  N.  8. 

W  of  Second   2  1 

Third   100  101 


Fourth   200  201 

Fifth   (e)  (e) 

Perry  Avenua  (now  Reynolds) 

Persia  Avenue,  from  Mission  S  of  Braiil 

Av,  S  E  to  La  Grande  Av 
Peru  Avenue,  from  Silver  At  nr  Lisbon 
Peters  Avenue,  from  S  s  Fair  Av  bet 

Mission  and  Coleridsce 
Petrarch  Place,  from  S  s  Pine  bet  Saa- 

some  and  Montgomvy 
Pfalffer,  from  point  of  Grant  At  bet 

Chestnut  and  Francisco,  W  to 

Stockton 

Phelan  Av,  off  Flood  Av,  bet  Hamburg 

and  Genesee 
Phalps,  from  Arthur  Av,  S  W  to  Revere 
At  and  from  WQliams  At,  S  W  te 
Charter  Oak  At 
Phoenix  Terrace,  S  a  of  Pacific,  bet 

Taylor  and  Jones 
Pico  Avenue  (Ingleside)  off  Aahton  ATe 

bet  Ocean  Av  and  Head 
PMmont,  from  Masonic  At  nr  Con- 

gresa,  S  W 
Plaree,  from  Duboce  Park  bet  Steiner 

and  Scott,  N  to  the  bay 
CroM  Stt.  E. 

Duboce  Park   50 

WaUer   100 

Haight   200 


Page   300 

Oak   400 

FeU   500 

Hayes   (c) 

Alamo  Square  

Fulton   800 

McAUister   900 

Golden  Gate  Avenue. . . .  1000 

Elm   

Turk  1100 

Fxidy  1200 

EUis  1300 

O'Farrell   (c) 

Geary   (c) 

Hamilton  Square  

Post  1000 

Sutter  1700 

Bush  1800 

Kne  1900 

California  2000 

Ferine  Place  

Sacramento  2100 

Clav  (c) 

Alta  Plaaa  

Jackson  2400 

Pacific  Avenue  2500 

Broadway  2600 

Vallejo..   2700 

Green  2800 

Union  2900 

Filbert  3000 

Greenwich  3100 

Regley  Place  

Lombard  3200 

Chestnut   3300 

Francisco  3400 

Bay  3500 

North  Point  3600 

Beach  3700 

Jefferson  38C0 

Tonquin  3900 

Lewis  4000 

Pike.   See  W  averly  Place 
Pine,  from  junction  Market  and 
bet  Bush  and  California, 
Presidio  At 
Crott  SU.  N. 

Market  and  Davis   2 

Front   100 

Battery   200 

Saneome   300 

Leidesdorff  

Exchange  Place   

Petrarch  Place   

Montgomerv   400 

Russ  .Alley   

Beldcn   

Kearny   500 

St.  George  Alley   

St.  Anne   

Qujncy  

Grant  Avenue  600 

Sophie  Terrace  

Stockton   700 

Joice  

Monroe   

PoweU   800 


W. 
61 
101 
201 
301 
401 
SOI 
(c) 

801 
901 
1001 

1101 
1201 
IWl 

(e) 
(c) 

1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 
2001 

2101 
(c) 

2401 
2601 
2601 
2701 
2801 
2901 
3001 
8101 

3201 
3301 
8401 
8501 
3601 
3701 
3801 
390 
4001 

Davia 
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S. 
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101 
201 
301 


401 
601 

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701 

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900  901 


1001 
1101 
1201 
1301 
1401 
1601 
1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 
2001 
2101 
2201 

2801 
2401 
2501 
2601 
2701 
2801 
2901 
3001 
(e) 


Pine— (Continued) 

HMnn  

Pine  PUce   

Tsylor  1000 

JeneB  1100 

Lcarrnworth  1200 

Hyde  1300 

Urkin  1400 

Polk  1500 

V»n  Neas  Avenue  1600 

IVsnklin  1700 

Qough  1800 

Oetavia  1900 

Utuna  2000 

Bwhsnan  2100 

Webster  2200 

Middle  

Fillmore  2300 

*   Steiner  2400 

Pierce  2500 

Scott...  1  2600 

Divissdero  2700 

Broderick  2800 

Baker  2900 

Lyon  3000 

Preridio  Avenue   (e) 

Pin*  Place,  from  N  •  Pine  bet  Mason 

and  Taylor 
Pink  Alley,  from  Pearl  bet  Market  and 

Tliirteentli 
PInkney  Place  (now  Rome  PI) 
Pieehe,  from  junction  Silver  Av  and 

Cambridge,  W  to  Madison 
Piocli*  Alley  (now  Pagoda  Place) 
Pioneer  Park,  bet  Montgomery,  Kearny, 

Filbert  and  Greenwich 
Pleneer  Place,  from  W  s  Fourth  bet 

Market  and  Jessie 
Pl^er  Alley,  from  Ecker  N  E  bet  Mis- 
sion and  Jessie 
PIxley,  from  W  s  Buchanan  Ijet  Filbert 

and  Greenwich,  W  to  Steiner 
Platte  (South  S.  F.).   See  L  South 
Pleasant,  from  W  s  Taylor  bet  Sacra- 
mento and  Clay,  W  to  Jones 
Plum,  from  E  s  Mission  bet  Twelfth 

and  Ttiirteenth 
Plumat  (South  S.  F.),  from  the  bay 
bet  Mendocino  and  Fresno,  W  to 
Arthur  Av 
Pluto,  (now  Plato),  from  Masonic  Av 

S  to  Lower  Terrace 
Plymouth  Avenue,  from  San  Jose  Av 

opp  Sickles  Av,  N  to  Ocean  Av 
Plymouth  Avenue.   See  Highland  Av 
Peeahontas  (now  Moultrie) 
Point  Lobes  Avenue,  from  Fortieth 
Av  off  Geary  St  W  to  Ocean,  bet 
Anza  and  Clement  Sts 


Fortieth    Avenue   2 

Forty-arst      "    100 

Forty-second  "    200 

Forty-third    "    300 

Forty-fourth  "    400 

Forty-fifth     "    500 

Forty-sixth    "   600 

Forty-seventb"    700 

Forty-eighth  "    800 

Cliff  House 

Polk,  from  N  8  Market  bet  Larkin  and 
Van  Nese  Av,  N  to  the  bay 

Cnst  Stt.  E. 

Market  and  Fell.   2 

Hayes   100 

Ivy   

Grove   200 

Birch  

Fulton   300 

Ash  

McAllister   400 

Redwood  

Golden  Gate  Avenue        500  501 

Elm   

Turk   600  601 

Larch   

Eddy   700  701 

Willow  

Ellis   800  801 

Olive  

O'P'arreU   900  901 

Myrtle  

Geary  1000  1001 

Cedar  

Port   1100  1101 

Hemlock  Avenue  

Sutter  1200  1201 

Fern  


1 

101 
201 
301 
401 
501 
601 
701 


W. 
1 

101 


201 
301 


401 


Bush  1300  1301 

Austin  

Pine  1400  1401 

California  1500  1601 

Sacramento  1600  1601 

Clay   1700  1701 

Washington  1800  1801 

.lackson  1900 

Pacific  Avenue  2000 

Broadway  2100 


1901 
2001 
2101 


Vallejo  2200  2201 

Bonita   

Green  2300  2301 

Union  2400  2401 

FUbert  2500  2501 

Greenwich  2600  2601 

Lombard  2700  2701 

Chestnut  2800  2801 

Francisco  2900  2901 

Bay  3000  3001 


3101 
3201 
3301 
3401 
(e) 


NorthPoint  3100 

Beach  3200 

Jefferson  3300 

Tonqum  3400 

Lewis   (e) 

Polk  Lane  (now  Stark) 
Pollard  Place,  from  N  s  Vallejo  bet 

Kearny  and  Grant  Av 
Pollock  (South  S.  F.),  from  Yosemite 
Av  nr  the  bay,  S  W  to  County 
Line 

Pomona,  from  Bay  View  bet  Latona 
and  Flora,  S  to  Thornton  Av 

Pond,  from  S  s  Sixteenth  bet  Sanchei 
and  Noe,  S  to  Seventeenth 

Pope,  from  Mission  opp  Niagara  Av,  S 
to  Hanna 

Poplar  Alley  (now  Street),  from  Twenty- 
fourth  bet  Valencia  and  San  Jose 
.^v,  S  to  Twenty-sixth 

Porter  (Bernal  Heights),  from  S  s 
Crescent  Av  bet  B.iche  and  Roscoe 

Porter  Avenue  (now  Ellington  av) 

Portola,  (late  Daisy)  from  Duboce  Park 
bet  Steiner  and  Pierce,  N  to 
Waller 

Portola  Drive,  from  Junipero  Serra  Bl 

to  Stanford  Heights 
Porto  Rico  (South  S.  F.).  See  Fortieth 

Av  South 

Portsmouth  Square,  bet  Clay,  W^ashing- 
ton,  Kearny,  and  Brenham  Place 

Pott,  from  junction  Market  and  Mont- 
gomery bet  Geary  and  Sutter,  W 
to  Presidio  Av 

Cro4»  RU>.  N. 
Market  and  Montgomery.  2 

Lick  Place  

Kearny   100 

Gardner  

Grant  Avenue   200 

Stockton   300 

Powell   400 

Mason   500 

Taylor   600 

Agate  Alley  

Shannon   

Ophir  Alley  

Jones   700 

Leavenworth   800 

Hyde   900 

Meacham  Place   

Post  Street  Court    

Larkin  1000  1001 

Polk  1100  1101 


1 

101 
201 

(0) 

401 
601 
601 


701 
801 
901 


Van  Ness  Avenue  1200 

Franklin  1300 


1201 
1301 


Gough  1400  1401 

Oetavia  1500  1501 

Laguna  1600  1601 


Buchanan  1700 

Webster  1800 

Fillmore  1900 

Avery   

SteinCT  2000  (o) 

Pierce  2100  (o) 

Scott  2200  2201 

Divisadero  2300 

Erkson  Court. 

Broderick  2400 

Baker  2500 

Lyon  2600  2601 

Presidio  Avenue   (e)  (e) 

Pott  Office  Place.    See  Custom  House 
Place 

Post  Street  Court,  from  N  s  Post  bet 
Hyde  and  Larkin 


1701 
1801 
1901 


2301 


2401 
2501 


Potomac  (South  S.  F  ).  See  R  South 

Potrero  Avenue,  from  Brarman  bet. 
Utah  and  Hampshire,  S  to  Ser- 
pentine Ave. 

Cross  Sts.  W. 

Brannan   2 

Alameda   100 

Fifteenth   200 

Sixteenth   300 

Seventeenth   400 

Mariposa   500 

Eighteenth   600 

Nineteenth   700 

Twentieth   800 

Twenty-first   900 

Twenty-second  1000 

Twenty-third  1100 

Twenty-fourth  1200 

Twenty-fifth  1300 

Twenty-sixth  1400 

Serpentine  Avenue   (e) 

Potter  (now  Twelfth),  from  S  s  Market 
bet  Eleventh  and  Brady,  SE  to 
Mission 

Powell,  from  N  s  Market  bet  Stockton 

and  Mason,  N  to  the  bay 
Cross  Sts.  E. 

Market  and  Eddy   2 

Eflis   100 

O'Farrell   200 

Geary   (o) 

Post   400 

Sutter   500 

Anson  Place  

Bush   60O 

Fella  Place  

Lily  Terrace   

Pine   700 

California   800 

Sacramento   900 

Clay  1000 

Washington  1100 

Jackson  1200 

John   

Carmine  Place  

Pacific  1300 

Fisher  Alley  

Broadway  1400 

Vallejo  1500 

Green  1600 

Union   (o) 

Columbus  Avenue  

Filbert  1800 

Greenwich  1900 

Lombard  ;  2000 

Chestnut  2100 

Francisco  -.2200 

Vandewater    

Bay  2300 

NorthPoint  2400  2401 

Beach  2500  2501 

Jefferson  

Embarcadero   ,  . 

Powell  Avenue  (now  Powers  Av) 
Powers  Avenue,  from  Mission  S  of  Pre- 

cila  Av,  S  E  to  Coleridge 
Powhattan  Avenue  (Bernal  Heights) 

from  North  av  bet  Esmeralda  and 

Eugenia  Avs,  E  to  Holladay  Av 
Prague,  (Excelsior  Homestead)  from 

China  Av  bet  Munich  and  Publin; 

S  W 

Pratt  Place.  See  Ellick  Lane 

Praeita  Avenue  (Bernal  Heights),  from 
Mission  S  of  .Army,  E  to  'Vork 

Praeita  Place  (now  Precita  Av) 

Prtntiss  (Bernal  Heights),  from  Esmer- 
alda At  bet  Banks  and  Nevada 
Av,  S  to  Crescent  Av  ■ 

PfMCOtt   See  Ohio  Place 

Pratcott  Court,  from  S  s  Vallejo  bet 
Sansome  and  Montgomery  - 

President,  from  Flint  N  W,  Buena  Vista 
Park 

Presidio  (now  Miley) 

Presidio  Avanua,  W  of  Lyon  from 
Presidio  Reservation,  S  to  Geary 

CtomSUs.  W.  E. 

Presidio  Reservation  

Pacific  Avenue   1  2 

Jackson   101  100 

Washington   201  200 

Clay   301  300 

Sacramento   401  400 

California    500 

Pine    600 

Bush    70O 


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101 
201 
301 
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501 
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701 
801 

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1201 
1301 
1401 

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301 
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601 


701 
801 
901 
1001 
1101 
1201 


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1401 
1501 
1601 
1701 

1801 
1901 
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Sutter    800 

■Post  — -  900 

Geary   (e)  .  (e) 

Pretidio  Terrace,  from  W  of  Arguello 

Blvd,  from  Lake  N  to  Presidio 

Reservation 
Preiton  Pl»ce  (now  Converse) 
Price  Row,  from  N  s  Green  bet  Grant 

Av  and  Stockton,  N  to  Union 
Priest,  from  S  s  Washington  bet  Jones 

and  Leavenworth 
Prim,  from  Mission  to  San  Jose  Av  nr 

County  Line 
Primrose.   See  Carmelita. 
Princeton     (University  Homestead) 

from  Silver  Av  to  Mansell 
Pringle  Court,  from  N  s  Greenwich  bet 

Sansome  and  Montgomery 
Prior  Court,  off  Ninth  Av  bet  Fulton 

and  Cabrillo 
Prospect  Avenue  (Bernal  Heights),  from 

Coso  Av  bet  Coleridge  and  Win- 
field,  W  8  to  Cortland  Av 
Prospect  Place  (now  Joice),  from  S  e 

Clay  bet  Stockton  and  Powell,  S 

to  California 
Prospect  Place  (Bernal  Heights),  see 

Ripley 

Prosper,  from  S  s  Sixteenth  bet  Sanchei 
and  Noe,  S  to  Seventeenth 

Pulaski  Avenue,  from  County  Line, 
N  W  to  San  Bruno  Av 

Putnam  (Bernal  Heights),  from  S  s 
Cortland  Av  bet  Bronte  and 
Nevada  Av 

Q,  see  Quintara  from  Tenth  Av  S  of 
P,  W  to  the  Ocean 

Quane,  from  S  s  Twenty-first  bet  Do- 
lores and  Fair  Oaks,  S  to 
Twenty-fourth 

Quebec  Avenue,  from  Ckiunty  Line,  N  W 
to  San  Bruno  Av 

Quesada  Avenue,  from  Water  Front, 
N  W  to  Islais  Creek 

Quince  Alley  (now  Qume) 

Qulney,  from  N  s  Pine  bet  Kearny  and 
Grant  Av,  N  to  California 

Quinn  (now  Clinton  Park),  fromSteven- 
eon,  W  bet  Thirteenth  and  Four- 
teenth 

Quint,  from  Arthur  At,  S  W  to  Revere 

Av,  and  from  Bancroft  A»  S  to 

Egbert  Av 
Quintara,  from  Tenth  Av  S  of  P,  W  to 

the  Ocean 
R.  from  Tenth  Av  S  of  Q,  W  to  the 

Ocean.  See  Rivera 
Ra«,  off  Fartagut  Av  bet  Huron  and 

Missions 

Railroad  Avtnue,  from  Kentucky  and 
Burke,  S  W  to  San  Bruno  Av  nr 
Davidson  Av 

Railway,  from  E  s  Dolores  bet  Seven- 
teentli  and  Eighteenth 

Ralston.W  of  SanJoeeAv  nrC!ountyLine 

Ramona  Avtnue,  from  S  a  of  Four- 
teenth bet  Querrero  and  Dolorea 

Ramsell  (City  Land  Ass^n  Tract),  W 
of  San  Jose  Av  nr  County  Line 

Randall  (Fairmouct  Tract)  from  Mis- 
sion S  of  Thirtieth,  W  to  Palmer 

Randall  Place  (now  Southard  Place) 

Randolph  (City  Land  Ass'n  Tract),  W 
of  San  Jose  Av  nr  County  Line 

Rankin,  from  Islais,  S  W  to  Tbomaa  Av 

Rausch,  from  S  s  Howard  bet  Seventh 
and  Kighth,  S  E  to  Folnom 

Raymond  Avtnue,  bet  Arleta  and  Le- 
land  Av»,  W  from  San  Bruno  At 

Rtddy,  from  Williams  Av  to  Thornton 
l>ct  Ceres  and  Diana 

Rcdfitid  Allty,  from  W  s  Taylor  bet 
Union  and  Filbert,  turning  N  to 
Filbert 

Rtdwood,  from  W  s  Larkin  bet  Ho- 
Allistcr  and  Golden  Gate  Av,  W 

Crott  Sit.  N.  S. 

Larkin   2  1 

Polk   100  101 

Van  Nem  Avenue   200  201 

Franklin   300  301 

Gough   (c)  (c) 

OrlBTia   (c)  (c) 

Laguna   600  801 

Redwood  Court,  from  W  e  Howard  bet 
.Sixtwnlh  and  Seventeenth 


STREET  AND  AVENUE  GUIDE 

Reed  from  N  s  Clay  bet  Jones  and 

Leavenworth,  N  to  Washington 
Reed  (now  Newton) 
Reed  Place  (now  Reno) 
Regan  Place,  from  S  s  (jeary  bet  Powell 

and  Mason 
Regent,  from  Wyoming  Av,  N  W  to 

Palmetto  Av  nr  Ounty  Line 
Regley  Place,  from  E  s  Pierce  bet 

Greenwich  and  Ixjmbard 
Reno,  from  S  s  Green  bet  Montgomery 

and  Kearny 
Reservoir,   from   N   s   Market  bet 

Duboce  Av  and  Fourteenth,  W  to 

Church 

Revere  Avenue,  from  Water  Front,  N 

W  to  Islais  Oeek 
Rey,  W  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr  Ounty 

Line 

Reynolds,  from  S  s  Golden  Gate  Av, 

bet  Parker  Av  and  Willard,  N  to 

McAllister 
Rhine,  W  of  San  Jose  Av  nr  County  Line 
Rhode  Island,  from  Division  bet  De 

Haro  and  Kansas,  S  to  Mazzini 
R  ice,  from  San  Jose  A v  nr  County  Line 
Richland  Avenue,  from  S  P  R  R  oppo- 
site Miguel,  E  to  Andover 
Richmond  (now  Halleck) 
Richmond  Avenue,  from  Parker  Av  bet 

Geary  and  California,  W  to  Ar- 
guello Boulevard 
Richmond  Court,  S  s  Pomt  Lobos  At 

bet  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth  Av 
Richter  Avenue,  from  County  line,  N 

W  to  San  Bruno  At 
Riekard,  from  W  s  San  Bruno  Av  nr 

Islais  Creek 
Ridge  Lane,  from  San  Jose  Av  S  of 

Mount  Vernon  Av,  W  to  Howth 
Ridley,  now  Duboce  Av 
RIncon,  from  Folsom  bet  First  and 

Second,  S  E  to  Bryant 
Rincon  Court  (now  Elkhart) 
Ringgold,  from  W  s  Eighth  bet  Folsom 

and  Harrison,  S  W  to  Ninth 
Ripley  (Bernal  Heights),  from  Shotwell, 

S  to  Stoneman,  E  to  Peralta  At 
RItch,  from  S  s  Folsom  bet  Third  and 

Fourth,  8  E  to  Townsend 
Cto»i  SU.  W.  "E. 

Folsom   2  1 

Clara   

Harrison   (c)  (c) 

Bryant   200  201 

Brannan   300  301 

Townsend   (e)  (e) 

Rivera,  from  Tenth  At  S  of  Quintara, 

W  to  the  Ocean 
RIvoll  Avenut  (now  Street)  from  Clay- 
ton bet  Alma  Av  and  Seventeenth 

to  point  W  of  Stanyan 
Roach,  from  N  s  Filbert  bet  Taylor 

and  Jones,  N  to  Greenwich 
Roanokt   (Fairmount   Tract),  from 

Bemis,  S  E  to  S  P  R  R 
Rockland  (late  Brady  Place),  from  G  a 

Larkin  bet  Green  and  Union 
Rodney,  now  Ecker 
Rodgtrt,  from  S  s  Folaom  bet  Seventh 

and  Eighth 
Rola  Court,  from  S  a  Greenwich  bet 

Lacuna  and  Buchanan 
Rolph,  off  Mission  nr  County  Line 
Remain,  from  Douglass  nr  Twentieth, 

W  to  Corbett  At,  thence  S  W  to 

Burnett  Av 
Rome,  from  Niagara  Av  nr  Huron  At 

S  W 

Romo  Place,  from  N  g  Broadway  bet 
Kearny  and  Grant  Av,  N  to  Vallejo 
Rendtl  Plact,  from  S  a  Sixteenth  bet 

HofI  Av  and  Valencia 
Roosevelt  Avenue  (Crocker  Tract)  off 

Mission,  San  Mateo  Co 
Roicoe  (Bernal  Heights),  from  Oet- 

cent  \v  nr  Porter,  S 
Rote  Allty  (now  Aldrich  Alley) 
Rote  from  N  a  Market  bet  Haight 

and  Page,  W  to  Laguna 
CroM  SU.  N.  S. 

Market   2  1 

Gough   100  101 

OctavU   200  201 

Laguna   (e)  (e) 

Rose  Plact,  from  E  s  Taylor  bet  Eddy 
and  Ellis 


Rosecrant   (Bernal   Heights),  from 

Esmeralda  At,  S  to  Powhattan 
Rosemont  Plact,  from  N  s  Fourteenth 

bet  Guerrero  and  Dolores 
Ross  Alley,  from  N  s  Washington  bet 

Grant  At  and  Stockton,  N  to 

Jackson 

Rossuth,  from  E  a  Loomia  to  Alcatraz  - 
Rottsck,  from  Bosworth  W  of  Rou* 

eeau,  S  to  Springdale 
Rousseau,  from  S  P  R  R  bet  Milton 

and  Rotteck,  S  to  Springdale 
Rowland,  from  S  s  Broadway  bet 

Montgomery  and  Kearny 
Rushton,  S  8  Brannan  bet  Third  and 

Fourth 

Russ,  from  S  s  Minna  bet  Sixth  and 
Seventh,  S  E  to  Folsom 

Russ  Alley,  from  N  s  Bush  bet  Mont^ 
gomery  and  Kearny,  N  to  Pine 

Russell,  from  W  s  Hyde  bet  Green 
and  Union,  W  to  West  End  Alley 

Russia  Avenue,  from  Mission  S  of 
Persia  Av,  S  E  to  La  Grande  Av 

Russian  Hill  Place,  from  N  s  Vallejo 
bet  Jones  and  Taylor 

Rutland,  from  Harlmess  Av,  N  to 
Ciounty  line 

Rutltdge  (Bernal  Heights),  from  Holla* 
day  Av,  W  to  Alabama  S  of 
Montcabn 

Ryan,  E  of  Alabama  from  Precita 
Av,  S  to  Montcalin 

Ryan  Avenue,  now  Florida 

S  South  (now  Selby) 

Sabin  Place,  from  N  s  California  bet 
Grant  Av  and  Stockton 

Sacramento,  from  the  bay  bet  Cali- 
fornia and  Clay,  W  to  Arguello  Blvd 

Crost  Sis.  N.  S. 

Market  and  Embarcadero     2  1 

Drumm   100  101 

Davis   200  201 

Front   300  801 

Battery   400  401 

Sansome   500  801 

Leidesdorff  

Montgomery   600  601 

Spring   

Kearny   700  701 

Grant  Avenue   800  801 

Waverly  Place    

Oneida  Place   

Pagoda  Place  

Brooklyn  Place   

Stockton   900  901 

Stephens  Ojurt   

Prospect  Place  

Miles  Place    

Powell  1000  1001 

Hanover  Place    

Mason  1100  1101 

Cushman   

Tavlor  1200  1201 

Jones  1300  1301 

Lysett  Place   

Leroy  Place  \ . . . . 

Golden  Ojurt   

Leavenworth  1400  1401 

Kimball  Place  

Hyde  1500  1501 

Larkin  1600  1601 

Polk  1700  1701 

Van  Nesa  Avenue  1800  1801 

Franklin  1900  1901 

Gough   (o)  2001 

Octavia   (o)  2101 

Laguna  2200  2201 

Buchanan  2300  2301 

Webster  2400  2401 

FiUmore  2500  2501 

Steiner  2600  2601 

Pierce  2700  2701 

Scott  2800  2801 

Diviaadcro  2900  2901 

Broderick  3000  3001 

Baker  3100  3101 

Lyon  3200  3201 

Presidio  Avenue  3300  3301 

Walnut  3400  3401 

Laurel  3500  3501 

locust  3600  3601 

Spruce  3700  3701 

Maple  3800  3801 

Cherry  3900  3901 

Arguello  Boulevard. .  ..  (e)  (e) 

tadowa ,  W  of  San  Jose  At  nr  CountyLine 


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STREET  AND  AVENTO  GUIDE 


Sagamort,  W  of  San  Jose  Av  nr  County 
Line 

Salem  (late  Rose),  from  Crescent  Av, 

S  E  to  Case 
Salina  Place  (now  Sabin  Place) 
Salinas  Avenue  (Paul  Tract),  from 

Railroad  Av  opp  Ingerson  Av,  W 

to  San  Bruno  Av 
Salmon,  from  N  s  Pacific  bet  Mason 

and  Taylor,  N  to  Broadway 
Salome,  E  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr  Islais 

Creek 

Samoset,  from  Franconia,  N"  W  to 

Peralta  Av 
Sampson  Avenue,  from  Ounty  Line, 

N  to  W  San  Bruno  Av 
San  Anselmo  Av  (St  Francis  Wood)  off 

Corbett  Av  nr  Terrace  Drive 
San  Antonio,  from  W  s  Kearny  bet 
Vallejo  and  Green,  and  from  N  s 
Vallejo  bet  Kearny  and  Grant  Av 
San  Benito  Way  (St  Francis  Wood) 
off  San  Anselmo  Av  bet  Santa 
Clara  Av  and  Santa  Ana  Av 
San  Bruno  Avenue,  from  Division  bet 
Utah  and  Vermont,  S  to  County  Line 
San  Buenaventura  Way  (St  Francis 
Wood)  off  Corbett  Road,  nr  Sloat 
Boulevard 
San  Carlos  (late  Jessie),  from  Sycamore 
Av  bet  Mission  and  Valencia,  S 
to  Twenty-first 
San  Diego  Avenue  (Hillcrest  Tract)  nr 

C!ounty  Line 
San  Fernando  Way  (St  Francis  Wood) 
off  Corbett  Rd,  nr  Sloat  Boulevard 
San  Gabriel  Av  i.Mission  Terrace)  from 

Santa  Rosa  Av  to  Capistrano 
San  Joaquin  (South  S.  F.).  See  S  South 
San  Joss  Avenue,  from  S  s  Twenty- 
second  bet  Valencia  and  Guerrero, 
S  and  S  W  to  County  Line 
Cross  Ste.  W.  E. 

Twenty-second   2  1 

Alvarado  

Twentv-third   100 

Elizabeth  

Twenty-fourth   200 

Twenty-fifth   300 

Juri  

Twenty-sixth   400 

Army   SOO 

Twenty-seventh  

Duncan   600 

Twenty-eighth  

Guerrero  

VaUey  

Twenty-ninth  700 

Dav  

Thirtieth   800 

Kingston   

Brook   

Dolores  

Randall   (c) 

Circular  Avenue  1600 

Ocean  Avenue  2100 

Mount  Vernon  Avenue.  .2600 

Sickles  .Avenue   

Plymouth  Avenue  3000 

San  Juan  Avenue,  from  San  Jose  Av 
to  Alemany  Av  bet  Santa  Yeabel 
At  and  Santa  Ynei  Av 
San  Leandro  Way  (St  Francis  Wood) 
o£f  Corbett  Av  bet  Santa  Ana  Av 
and  San  Fernando  Way 
San  Lorenzo  Way  (St  Francis  Wood  No 
2)  from  S  s  Portola  Drive  bet  Santa 
Clara  and  Santa  Paula  A  vs  to  Santa 
Monica  Way 
San  Lui8Av,offRailroadAvbet Panama 
and  San  Mateo  Av,  nrCounty  Line 
San  Marcos  Avenue  (Forest  Hill)  off 

Pacheco  nr  Seventh  Av  (Sunset) 
San  Matao  Avenue  (Hillcrest  Tract) 
off  San  Diego  Ave,  W  one  block 
San  Miguel  (late  Miguel),  from  S  a 

Ocean  Av  nr  San  Jose  Av 
San  Miguel  Road  (now  Corbett  Av) 
San  Rafael  Way  (St  Francis  Wood)  off 
St  Francis  Bl  nr  Junipero  Serra  Bl 
San  Ramon  Way  (Westwood  Park)  N  of 
Ocean  A  V  be  t  Old  Coursing  Park  and 
Eastwood  Drive 
Sanchez,  from  S  s  Duboce  Ave  bet 

Church  and  Noe,  S  to  Palmer 
Crott  fiU.  W.  E. 

Duboce  Avenue   2  1 


101 


101 


201 
301 


401 
501 


701 
801 
901 

Jc) 

2101 
2601 
3001 


Fourteenth   100 

Henry  

P'ifteen  

Market   200 

Sixteenth   300 

Seventeenth   400 

Dorland   

Ford  

Eighteenth   500 

Hancock  

Nineteenth   600 

Cumberland  

Twentieth   700 

Liberty   

Twenty-first   800 

HUl  

Twenty-second   900 

Alvarado  

Twenty-third  1000 

Twentv-fourth  1100 

Twenty-fifth  1200 

Clipper  

Twenty-sixth  1300 

Armv  

Twenty-seventh  1400 

Duncan  

Twenty-eighth  1500 

Valley  

Twentv-ninth  1600 

Day  

Thirtieth  1700 

Palmer   (e) 

Sansoms,  from  N  s  Market  bet  Battery 

and  Montgomery,  N  to  the  bay 
Cross  Sts.  E.  W, 

Market  and  Sutter   2 

Bush   100 

Pine   200 

California   300 

Halleck  

Sacramento   400 

Commercial  

Clay   500 

Merchant  

Washington   600 

Jackson   700 

Gold   

Pacific  800 

Stevens  Alley  

Broadway   900 

VaUejo  1000 

Breen  1100 

Union  ....1200 

Altft   

Filbert  3300 

Greenwich   1400 

Lombard  1500 

Chestnut  

The  Embarcadcro  

Santa  Ana  Way  (St  Francis  Wood)  off 
Corbett  Av  bet  San  Benito  Way 
and  San  Leandro  Way 
Santa  Barbara  Avenue,  off  Head  bet 

Santa  Crui  Av  and  Shakespeare 
Santa  Clara  Avenue  (St  Francis  Wood) 
off  Corbett  Road,  nr  Sloat  Boule- 
vard 

Santa  Cruz  Avenue  (Hillcrest)  S  from 

Delong  nr  County  Line 
Santa  Marina,  from  .Mission  nr  Cort- 
land Av,  E  to  Elsie 
Santa  Monica  Way  (StFrancisWoodNo 

2)  from  E.  s  Santa  Clara  Av  near 

Portola  Drive  to  San  Ansehno  Av 
Santa  Rita  Avenue  (Forest  Hill)  off 

Pacheco  nr  Seventh  Av  (Sunset) 
Santa  Rosa  Avenue,  from  E  s  San  Jose 

Av,  nr  Santa  Ysabel  to  Mission 
Santa  Ynez  Avenue,  off  San  Jose  S  E 

to  Cayuga  Av 
Santa  Vubei  Avenue,  off  San  Jobs  At 

to  Capistrano  At 
Santiago  (fomerl^  S),  from  Eleventh 

At  8  of  RiTera,  W  to  the  ocean 
Saratogafrom  La  GrandeAv  nr  WoolseyS 
Saratoga  Court,  from  N  ■  Geary  bet 

Hyde  and  liarkin 
Sargent,  Wof  San  Jose  X\  nr  County  Line 
Saturn,  from  Lower  Terrace  N  of 

Seventeenth 
Saul,  W  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr  head  of 

Islais  Creek 
Savings  Union  Place,  from  N  s  O'Far- 

rell  bet  Grant  Av  and  Stockton 
Sawyer,  from  Bow,  W  of  San  Bruno 

.\v  nr  County  Line 


201 
301 
401 


501 

601 

701 

801 

901 

1001 
1101 
1201 

1301 

1401 

1501 

1601 

1701 
(e) 


1 

101 
201 
301 

401 

601 

601 
701 

801 

901 
1001 
1101 
1201 

1301 
1401 
1601 


Scenic  Way  (Crocker  Tract)  San  Ma- 
teo Co,  take  Mission  Street  cars 

Scenic  Way  (Sea  Cliff)  foot  Twenty- 
fifth  Av 

Scheerer  Place,  from  W  s  Mason  bet 
Post  and  Sutter 

Schiller,  (now  De  Long) 

Schoil  Place,  from  S  s  Vallejo  bet 
Powell  and  Mason 

School  Alley,  from  W  s  Montgomery 
bet  Union  and  Alta 

Schottler  Court,  from  York  bet  Twenty- 
fifth  and  Twenty-sixth 

Schuyler  (Bernal  Heights,  now  Nevada 
Av),  from  S  s  Cortland  .Av  bet 
Putnam  and  Prentiss 

Schwerin,  W  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr 
County  Line 

Scotia  Avenue,  from  Silver  Av,  S  E  to 
Thornton  Av 

Scotland,  from  N  s  Filbert  bet  Powell 
and  Mason,  N  to  Montgomery  Av 

Scott,  from  N  s  Duboce  Av  bet  Pierce 
and  Divisadero,  N  to  the  bay 

Cross  Sts.  E.  W. 

Duboce  Avenue   (o)  1 

Lloyd   

WaUer   100  101 

Haight   200  201 

Page   300  301 

Oak   400  401 

Fell   500  601 

Haves   (o)  601 

Grove   (o)  701 

Fulton   800  801 

Mc.Mllster   900  901 

Golden  Gate  Avenue ....  1000  1001 

Elm  Avenue  

Turk  1100  1101 

Eddy  1200  1201 

Ellis  1300  1301 

O'FarreU  1400  1401 

Geary   (o)  1501 

Post  1600  1601 

Sutter  1700  1701 

Bush  1800  1801 

Pine  1900  1901 

California  2000  2001 

Sacramento  2100  2101 

CTay   (o)  2201 

Washington   (o)  2301 

Jackson  2400  2401 

Pacific  .Avenue  2500  2501 

Broadway  2600  2601 

VaUejo  2700  2701 

Green  .....2800  2801 

Union  2900  2901 

Filbert  3000  3001 

Greenwioh  8100  3101 

Lombard  3200  3201 

Chestnut  3300  3301 

Francisco  3400  8401 

Bav  8500  3501 

NorthPoint  3600  3601 

Beach  3700  3701 

Jefferson  8800  3801 

Tonquin  3900  3901 

Lewis   (e)  (e) 

Seott  Plate  (now  Wayne  Place) 

Saa  Cliff  Av,  from  W  Clay  N  to  the 
ocean  bet  25th  and  27ui  Ats. 

Saart,  from  Lawrence,  S  W  to  Sickles 
At  bet  Huron  and  ^^^nnipeg 

Sicond,  from  S  ■  Market  bet  First  and 
Third,  S  E  to  the  bay 

Cross  SU.  W.  E. 

Market   1 

Stevenson  

Jessie    

Mission   100  101 

Minna  

Natoma  

Howard   200  201 

Tehama  

CUementina    

Folsom   300  301 

Dow  Place  

Harrison   400  401 

Silver    

Bryant   500  501 

Taber  Place    

Federal   

South  Park    

De  Boom   

Brannan   600  601 

Rincon  Avenue   

Townsend   700  701 


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King  

Berry   800  801 

The  EmWcadero  

S«on4  Avtnua,  from  Presidio  Reaer- 
TBtioD,  8  to  Pamanui  At.  For 
Noa.  aee  Nineteenth  At 
Stcond  Avenue  South  (now  Burke) 
Selby,  bom  Islais,  S  W  to  Thomu  At 
Seneca  Avenue  (Weet  End  Tract), 
from  point  nr  Oteefo  Av,  N  W  to 
Tara  S  of  Ocean  At 
Serpentine  Avenue,  from  Utah,  S  of 
Twenty-fifth  to  Miiaon  ni  Army 
(partly  dosed) 
Serpentine  Road,  now  Loekdey  At, 
from  Fourth  At  and  Kirlcham  to 
Seventh  At  and  Noriega 
Service,  oS  Steiner  bet  Lombard  and 

Greenwich 
Seventeenth,  from  the  bay  bet  Six- 
teenth and  Maripom,  W  to  Stanyan 
Croj»  S(».  N.  S 

Illinois   400 

Kentucky  500 

Tennessee   600 

Minnesota  700 

Indiana  800 

Iowa   900 

Seventh     

Pennsjrlvania  1000  1001 

Missisaippi  1100 

Texas  1200 

Missouri   1300 

Connecticut  1400  1401 

Arkansas  1600  1501 

Wisconsin  1600  1601 

Carolina    1700  1701 


401 
601 
601 
701 
801 
901 


1101 
1201 
1301 


DeHaro  1800 

Rhode  Island  1900 


1801 
1901 


Kansas  2000  2001 

Vermont  2100  2101 

San  Bruno  Avenue  2200  2201 

Utah  2300  2301 

Potrero  ATcnue  2400  2401 

Hampshire  2600  2601 

York  2600  2601 

Bryant  2700  2701 

Florida  2800  2801 

Alabama  2900  2901 

Harrison  8000  3001 

Division  

FolBom  3100  3101 

Shotwell  

Howard  3200  3201 

Capp  

Mission  3300  SSOl 

Hoff    

Valencia  3400  3401 

Albion    

Dearborn   

Guerrero  3S00  3501 

Dolores  3800  3601 

Church'.".'. '.     '. '. '.  8700  8701 

Harlow    

Dehon     

Sanchei  3800  3801 

Prosper    

Pond     

Noe  3900  8901 

Hartford   

Market  

Castro  4000  4001 

CoUingwood   

Diamond    4101 

Eureka   

Douglas*  4200  4201 

Ord  4800  4301 

Corhin  Place    4401 

Temple  4400   

Mara   

Lower  Terrace  1600   

OKmpua    

Aahhury  4600  4601 

Clayton  

Cole  4700   

Shrader  4800   

Stanyan  (e)  (e) 

Seventeenth  Avenue,  from  Presidio 

Reserration,  S  to  Yorba.  Far 
Noa.  see  Nineteenth  At 

Seventeenth  Avenue  South  (now  Qne- 
sada  At) 

Seventh,  from  8  a  Market  bet  Sixth 
and  Eighth.  8  E  to  PennsylTaaia 


Cr«»j  SU.  W.  E. 

Market   2  1 

Steveneon  

Jessie    

Misaion   100  101 

Minna  

Natoma  

Howard   200  201 

Folaom   300  801 

Decker  Alley    

Cleveland   

Harrison   400  401 

Bryant   600  601 

Brimont  Place   

Brannan   600  601 

Townsend   700  701 

King  

Berry   800  801 

Channel   900  901 

Hooper  1000  1001 

Irwin  1100  1101 

HubbeU  1200  1201 

Daggett  1300  1301 

Barstow  1400  1401 

Mississippi     

Pennsylvania   (e)  (e) 

Seventh  Avenue,  from  Presidio  Reser- 
vation, S  to  Noriega.  For  Nob.  aee 
Nineteenth  At 
Seventh  Avenue  South  (nowGalvez  Av) 
Severance,  bet  Wyant  and  Alberta, 

from  Campbell  Av,  N  to  Wilde 
Severn,  from  N  s  Twenty-third  bet 

Chattanooga  and  Church 
Seville,  from  Naples  N  E  to  Rolph  bet 

Athens  and  Munich 
Seward,  from  Douglasa  nr  Twentieth, 

N  W  to  Eagle 
Seymour,  from  Golden  Gate  Av  bet 
Soott  and  Divieadero,  N  to  Turk 
Shafter  Avenue,  from  Water  Front,  N 
W  to  Railroad  At  and  from  Silver 
At  to  lalais  Creek 
Shakespeare,  from  San  Joae  .At,  N  W 

nr  County  Line 
Shannon,  from  N  s  O'Farrell  bet 

Taylor  and  Jones,  N  to  Post 
Sharon,  from  Fifteenth  bet  Churoh 

and  Sanchei,  S  to  Sixteenth 
Sharp  Place,  from  S  s  Union  bet 

Leavenworth  and  Hyde 
Shaw  Alley  (late  Sullivan  Alley),  from 
S  B  Mission  bet  First  and  Second 
to  Minus 

Shephard  Place,  from  E  s  Mason  bet 

Oay  and  Wadiington 
Sheridan,  from  W  e  Ninth  bet  Folaom 

and  Harrison,  S  W  to  Tentii 
Sherman,  from  S  a  Foleom  bet  Sixth 

and  Seventh,  S  E  to  Harrison 
Sherwood  Place,  from  E  s  Third  bet 

Mission  and  Howard 
Shields,  W  of  San  Jose  At  nr  County 

Line 

Shipley,  from  Eliza  PI  bet  Folsom  and 

Harrison,  S  W  to  Sixth 
Croat  SU.  N.  S. 

EUaa  Place   2  1 

Louisa  Alley  

Fourth   100  101 

Fifth   200  201 

Suth   (e)  (e) 

Shipley,  from  Harrison  Av,  S  W.  See 

Bruce  PUce 
Shore  View  Av  (Lincob  Manor)  Geary 

and  37th  Av 
Short,  from  Eagle,  W  to  Falcon  Av 
Short  Alky  (now  Yukon) 
Shotwell,  from  8  a  Fourteenth  bet 
Folsom  and  Howard,  S  to  Esmer- 
alda Av 

Croea  SU.  W.  E. 

Fourteenth   2  1 

Fifteenth   100  101 

Sixteenth   200  201 

Seventeenth   300  801 

Eighteenth   400  401 

Nineteenth   800  601 

Twentieth  :    600  601 

Twenty-first   700  701 

Twenty-seoond   800  801 

Twenty-third   900  901 

Twenty-fourth  1000  1001 

Twenty-fifth  1100  1101 

Twenty-eixth  1200  1201 

Army  1300  1301 

Precita  Avenue   (c)  (c) 


1601 


(•) 


W. 
1 

101 
201 
40 
(c) 
611 
601 
701 
801 
(c) 
1000 
1101 
1201 
1801 
1401 
MOl 
(*) 


601 


 601 


Bernal  Avenue  1500 

Monteiuma  

Altec  

Stoneman   

Coso  Avenue  1600 

Ripley   

Esmeralda  Avenue   (e) 

Shrader,  from  Fulton  bet  Cole  and 
Stanyan,  S  to  Frederick  and  from 
Orattan,  S  to  Cannel 

Croat  Stt.  E. 

Fulton   2 

Grove   100 

Hayes   200 

FeU   (c) 

Oak   400 

Page   500 

Haight   600 

WaUer   700 

Beulah  800 

Frederick   (c) 

Carl  1000 

Parnassus  Ayenue  1100 

Grattan  1200 

Alma  1300 

RiToli  1400 

ScTenteenth  1500 

Oarmel   (e) 

Sleklai  Avenue,  from  Mission,  N  W  to 
San  Jose  Av  nr  County  Line 

Sllllman  from  San  Bruno  Av  S  of  Silver 
Av,  W  to  Moscow 

Silver,  see  StiUman 

Silver  Avenue,  from  Mission  E  to  San 
Bruno  Av,  thence  N  E  to  Que- 
sada  Av 

Silver  Star  Place,  from  N  s  Pacific  bet 
Battery  and  Sansome 

Simpson  Place,  from  W  s  First  bet 
Harrison  and  Bryant 

Sbctsanth,  from  the  bay  bet  Fifteenth 
and  Seventeenth,W  to  MssonicAv 

Crwa  SU.  N.  8. 

nUnois   300  801 

Kentucky   400  401 

Tennessee   600 

Sixth   600 

Minnesota  

Indiana  •  - 

Iowa   

Yuma   700 

Pennsylvania   

Barstow   

Mississippi   

Seventh  .  900 

Texas   

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Missouri   

Connecticut   

HubbeU  1100 

Arkansas   

Eighth   

Wisconsin  1300 

Carolina  1400 

De  Haro  1500 

Rhode  Island  1600 

Kansas  1700 

Vermont  1800 

San  Bruno  Avenue  1900 

Utah  2000 

Potrero  Avenue  2100 

Hampshire  2200 

York  2300 

Bryant  2400 

Florida  2500 

Alabama  2600 

Division  

Harrison  2700 

Folsom  2800 

Shotwell  

Howard  2900 

Capp  

Mission  3000 

Lida  Place  

Hoff   

Julian  Avenue  

Rondel  Place   

Caledonia  Alley  

Valencia  3100 

Albion  

Guerrero  3200 

Spencer  Alley  

Dolores  3300 

Landers  

Church  3400 

Harlow   

Sharon  


701 
801 


901 


1001 
1101 

1201 

1301 
1401 
1501 
1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 
2001 
2101 
2201 
2301 
2401 
2501 
2601 

2701 
2801 

2901 

8001 


8101 
8201 


3301 
3401 


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201 


301 


401 
601 
601 

701 

801 
901 
1001 
1101 
1201 
1301 
1401 
ISOl 


Sixteenth — (Continued) 

Dehon   

Sanchex  3500  3501 

Prosper   

Pond   

Market   3601 

Noe  3600 

Castro  3700  3701 

Flint    

Maaonie  Av  (e)  (e) 

Sixteenth  Avenue,  from  Presidio  Reser- 
vation, S  to  Yorba.  For  Nob.  see 
Nineteenth  Av 

Sixteenth  Avenue  South  (now  Palou  Av) 

Sixth,  from  S  s  Market  bet  Fifth  and 
Seventh,  S  E  to  Sixteenth 

CroM  Sit.  W.  E. 

Market   2  1 

Stevenson  

Jessie  

Mission   100 

Minna  

Natoma  

i  Howard   200 

Tehama   

Clementina   

Folsom   300 

Shipley   

Clara   

Harrison   400 

Bryant   600 

Brannan   600 

Bluxome   

Townsend   700 

Kmg  

Berry   800 

Channel  900 

Hooper  1000 

Irwin  1100 

H\d)bell  1200 

Daggett  1300 

Barstow  1400 

Yuma  1500 

Sixth  Avenue,  from  Presidio  Reserva- 
tion, S  to  Locksley  Av.  For  No«. 
see  Nineteenth  Av 

Sixth  Avenue  South  (now  Fairfax  At) 

Sloat  Boulevard,  from  Automobile 
Boulevard  W  to  the  Ocean  3  to 
Yorba 

Sola  Avenue  (Forest  Hill),  off  Pacheco 

nr  Seventh  Av  (Sunset) 
Solano,  now  Eighteenth 
Somerset  from  S  s  Silver  Av  W  of 

Goettingen 
Sonoma,  now  Twenty-fourth 
Sonora,  from  N  s  Green  bet  Kearny  and 

Grant  Av,  N  to  Union 
Sophie  Terrace,  from  N  s  Pine  bet 

Grant  Av  and  Stockton 
Sotela  Avenue  (Forest  HiU)  from  Ninth 

Av  to  Paclieco  Av   

South  (now  Daggett)  ^  I'^^fFT!! 
South   Broderick  (now  Buena  Vista 

Terrace) 

South  California.  See  California  South 
South  Park,  from  W  s  Second  bet 

Bryant  and  Brannan,  S  W  to 

Third 

Southard  Place,  from  N  s  Greenwich 

bet  Leavenworth  and  Hyde 
Southwood  Drive  (St.  Francis  Wopd) 
Sparrow,  from  £  s  Valencia  bet  Fif- 
teenth and  Sixteenth,  to  Caledonia 
AUey 

Sparta,  W  of  San  Bruno  Av,  from 
Ward  to  Harkness 

Spaulding  Court,  from  E  s  Castro  bet 
17th  and  18th 

Spear,  from  S  s  Market  bet  Steoart  and 
Main,  8  E  to  the  bay 

Crui  SU.  W. 

Market   2 

Mission   100 

Howard   200 

Folsom   300 

Harrison   400 

Bryant  

The  Embaroadero  

Spencer  Alley,  from  S  s  Fifteenth  bet 

M  i_  Guerrero  and  Dolores,  S  to  Siz- 

"  teenth 

Spofford,  from  N  s  Clay  bet  Grant  At 

Vand  Stockton,  N  to  Washincton 
Spreckelt,  W  of  San  Brudo  At  nr 
County  Line 


E. 
1 

101 
201 
301 
401 


STBEBT  AND  AVENUE  GUIDE 

Spreckelt  Avenue  (now  Staples  Av) 

Spring,  from  California  bet  Montgom- 
ery and  Kearny,  N  to  Sacramento 

Springdale  (late  Islais),  from  W  t  Mis- 
sion, S  of  Bosworth 

Spruce,  from  Presidio  Reservation  bet 
Locust  and  Maple,  S  to  California 

St.  Anne,  N  from  Pine  bet  Kearny  and 
Grant  Av,  to  California 

St.  Charles  Avenue,  from  Randolph  S 
to  County  Line 

St.  FrancU  (South  S.  F.).   See  T  South 

St  Francis  Boulevard  (St  Francis 
Wood)  from  junction  Corbett  Av 
and  Junipero  Serra  Bl 

St  George  Alley,  from  N  s  Bush  bet 
Kearny  and  Grant  Av,  N  to  Pine 

St.  Germain  Avenue  (Clarendon 
Heights),  from  Burnett  Av  N  of 
Twentieth  to  point  W  of  Stanyan 

St.  Joseph's  Avenue,  from  N  s  Turk  bet 
Broderick  and  Baker,  N  to  Geary 

St.  Uwrence  (South  S.  F.).  See  B 
South 

St.  Louis  Alley,  from  S  a  Jackson  bet 

Grant  Av  and  Stockton 
St  Mary's  Avenue,  from  W  s  Mission  S 

of  Oescent  Av 
St.  Mar/s  Place  (now  St.  Anne) 
St.  Rosa's,  from  Masonic  Av  S  of  Geary 
St.  Thomas  (South  S.  F.).   See  Fifth 

Av  South 
Stable  Alley  (now  Sparrow) 
Standlsh  (Bemal  Heights,  now  Peralts 
Av),  from  Esmeralda  Av,  S  to 
Powhattan 
Stanford,  from  S  s  Brannan  bet  Second 

and  Third,  S  E  to  Townsend 
Stanford  Heights  Avenue  (Stanford 
Heights),  from  Twenty-fifth,  S  to 
Melrose  Av 
Stanley  (City  Land  Ass'n  Traot),  W  of 

San  Jose  Av  ur  County  Line 
Stanly  Court  (now  Steteon  Court) 
Stanly  Place  (now  Sterling  Place) 
Stanton  (now  Corwln),  from  Douglagi 

nr  Twentieth  to  Falcon  Av 
Stanyan,  from  Fulton  W  of  Shrader,  S 

to  Palo  Alto  Av 
Crou  Sit.  E.  W. 

Fulton   2  (c) 

Grove   100  

Hayes   200   

FeU   (c)  (o) 

Oak   400   

Page   500   

Haight   600   

Waller   700   

Beulah   800   

Frederick   900  901 

Carl  1000  1001 

Parnassus  .A.venue  1100  1101 

Grattan    

Alma  Avenue    

Rivoli  Avenue  1200  1201 

Seventeenth    

Eighteenth    

Belgrave  .\venue  1300  1301 

Clarendon  Avenue  

Mountain  Spring  Avenue 

St  Germain  Avenue  

Palo  Alto  Avenue  

Stanyan  Avenue  (now  Kenyon  Av) 
Staples  Avenue  (Sunnystde),  from  Cir- 
cular At  bet  Flood  and  Judson 
Ave,  W 

Star,  from  Franoonia  to  Peralta  Av 
Stark  (late  Polk  Lane),  from  E  s  Stock- 
ton bet  Pacific  and  Broadway 
State  Avenue  (Crocker  Bay  Shore 
Tract)  bet  Peninsula  and  Nueva 
Ats,  sts  from  point  nr  Leland  At 
States,  from  W  s  Castro  bet  Sixteenth 

and  Seventeenth 
Stelner,  from  N  ■  Duboce  Ave  bet 
Fillmore  and  Pierce,  N  to  the  bay 
CroitSU.  E.  W. 

Duboce  Av   2  (e) 

Hermann   100   

Germania    

Waller   200  201 

Laussat    

Haight   800  801 

Page   400  401 

Oak   600  601 

Fdl   600  601 

Hayes   700  (o) 


(0) 

901 
1001 


Grove  ,  800 

Fulton   900 

McAllister  ..1000 

Golden  Gate  .Avenue. ...  1100   1 101 

Turk  1200  1201 

Eddy  1300  1301 

ElUs  1400  1401 

O'Farrell  1500  1501 

Endlcott  Park.   

Geary  1600  (o) 

Port   1700  1701 

Sutter  1800  1801 

Bush  1900  1901 

Wilmot   - — 

Pine  2000  2001 

California  2100  2101 

Ferine  Place   

.Sacramento  2200  2201 

Clay  2300 

Washington..  2400 

Jackeou  2500 

Pacific  Avenue.  2600  2601 

Broadway.   2700  2701 

Vallejo   ..2800  2801 

Green  2900  2901 

Union  3000  3001 

Filbert  3100  3101 

Pixley    

Greenwich  3200  8201 

Moulton  

Lombard  3300 

Chestnut  8400 

Francisco  3500  8501 

Bay  3600  8601 

NorthPoint  3700  3701 

Beach  

Jefferson . 

Tonquin  4000 


2501 


3301 
8401 


8801 
3901 
4001 

Lewis  4000  4001 

Stephens  Court,  from  S  s  Sacramento 

bet  Stockton  and  Powell 
Sterling  Place,  from  S  s  Harrison  bet 
First  and  Second,  S  E  to  Bryant 
Stetson  Court,  from  E  a  Stanly  Place 

bet  Harrison  and  Bryant 
Stauart  from  S  s  Market  bet  East 
South  and  Spear,  S  E  to  the  bay 
Crou  Stt.  W.  E. 

Market   2  1 

Mission   100  101 

Howard   200  201 

Folsom   300  301 

Harrison  

Embarcadero  

Steuben  (late  York),  from  Islais  Creek 

to  San  Bruno  Av 
Stevloe  Place,  from  E  s  Jones  bet  Ellis 

and  O'Farrdl 
Stevens  Alley,  from  S  s  Broadway  bet 
Battery  and  Sansome  turning  W 
to  Sansome 
Stevenson,  from  W  s  First  bet  Market 

and  Jessie,  S  W  to  Fourteenth 
Croat  SU.  N.  S. 

First   2  1 

Ecker  

Second   100  101 

New  Montgomery   (o)  (c) 

Annie  

Third   200  201 

Fourth   (c)  (c) 

Fifth   400  401 

Sixth   600  501 

Seventh   600  601 

Eighth   (c)  (c) 

Ninth   (c)  (c) 

Tenth   fc)  fc) 

Eleventh   (c)  (c) 

Twelfth  1100  1101 

Brady  1200  1201 

Crocker   

McCoppln  1300  1301 

Duboce  Avenue   (c)  (c) 

CUntonPark  1430  1431 

Fourteenth   (e)  (e) 

Stevenson,  from  Sycamore  Av  to 
Twenty-first.  See  Lexington  Av 
Stevenson  Avenue,  from  E  ■  Valencia 

bet  Market  and  McCoppln 
Stilllngs  Avenue  (Glen  Park  Terrace), 
from  a  point  E  of  Detroit,  E 
thence  S  E  to  Bumside  At 
Stiilman,  from  W  a  Second  bet  Harri- 

«on  and  Bryant,  8  W  to  Fourth 
Stockton,  from  N  ■  Market  bet  Grant 
Av  and  Powell,  N  to  the  bay 


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Croti  E.  W. 

Market  and  Ellii   2  1 

O'FftrreU   100  101 

Geary   200  (o) 

Manila    

Post   300  801 

Campton  Place    

Sutter   400  401 

Bush   500  601 

Emma    

Pine   600  601 

California   700  701 

Emmet  Place   

Sacramento   800  801 

Clay   900  901 

Washineton  1000  1001 

Jackson  1100  1101 

Pacific  1200  1201 

Stark    

Broadway  1300  1301 

VaUejo  1400  1401 

Card  Alley   

Columbus  Avenue  

Green  1600  1501 

Union  1600  1601 

FUbert  1700  1701 

Greenwich  1800  1801 

Lombard  1900  1901 

Chestnut  2000  2001 

Pfeiffer    

Francisco  2100  2101 

Bay  2200  2201 

NorthPoint  2300  2301 

Beach  2400  2401 

The  Embarcadero  

Stockton  Place  (now  Campton  Place) 

Stone,  from  N  s  Washinfton  bet  Stock- 
ton and  Powell,  N  to  Jackson 

Stoneman,  from  Shotwell  nr  Ripley  to 
Folsom 

Stouf  I  Alley  (now  Eom  Alley) 
Strlngham,  E  of  San  Bruno  At  nr 

Islais  Creek 
Sullivan  Alley,  from  8  s  Mission  bet 

First   and    Second.    See  Shaw 

AUey 

Summer,  from  W  s  Montgomery  bet 
Pine  and  California,  W  to  Kearny 

Summit,  from  junction  Majestic  At 
and  Minerva,  N  W  to  Lake  View 
At 

Sumner,  from  S  s  Howard  bet  Seventh 

and  Eighth,  to  Gementina 
Sunny  Court,  from  S  s  Geary  bet 

Buchanan  and  Webster 
Sunny  Dale  Avenue,  W  of  San  Bruno 

Av  nr  County  Line 
Sunny  Side  Avenue  (Sunnyside),  from 

Circular  Av  nr  San  Jose  At,  W 

to  Hamburg 
Sunnyiide  Park,  bet  S2d  and  Surrey, 

Kenyon  and  Burnett  Avs 
Suntet  Avenue,  now  Edgewood  At, 

from  Famsworth  Lane  W  of  Wil- 

lard,  S  to  Woodland  At 
Suniet  Terrace  (now  Forty-eighth  Av) 

fromCUCf  At  and  Forty-eighth  At, 

N  W 

Sunthlne  Court,  from  E  s  Eighth  bet 

Howard  and  Folsom 
Surmtn  (Reis  Tract,  now  Sereranec) 
Surrey,  from  W  s  Castro  nr  Chenery 
Suiiex  (late  Kent),  from  W  s  Castro 

nr  jjemis 

Suiquehinna  (South  S.  F.).  See  N 
South. 

Sutro  Helghti  Avenue,  bet  A  and  B 

from  Forty-sixth  to  Forty-Eighth 
Avs 

Sutter,  from  junction  Market  and  San- 
eome  bet  Post  and  Bush,  W  to 
Presidio  Av 

CroM  Sit.  N.  S 

Market  and  Sanaome          2  1 

Montgomery   100  101 

Trinity    

Lick  Plao*   

Kearny   200  201 

Claude  Lane    

Grant  Avenue   800  301 

Stockton   400  401 

Powell   600  601 

Delaware  Court    

Mason   600  601 

Taylor   700  701 

Jonet   800  801 


STREET  AND  AVENUE  GUIDE 

Leavenworth   900  901 

Hyde  1000  1001 

Larkin  1100  1101 

Polk  1200  1201 

Van  Ness  Avenue  1300  1301 

Franklin  1400  1401 

Gough  1500  1501 

Octavia  1600  1601 

Laeuna  1700  1701 

Belknap  Place    

Buchanan  1800  1801 

Webster  1900  1901 

Cottage  Row    

Fillmore  2000  2001 

Steiner  2100  2101 

Pierce  2200  2201 

Scott  2300  2301 

Divisadero  2400  2401 

Broderick  2500  2501 

Baker  2600  2601 

Lyon  2700  2701 

Presidio  Avenue   (e)  (e) 

Sutter  Place,  from  N  s  Sutter  bet 
Liaguna  and  Buchanan 

Swan,  E  of  San  Bruno  At  nr  Islaia 
Creek 

Sweeny,  from  W  s  San  Bruno  At  nr 

Islais  Creek 
Swiu  Avenue  (Glen  Park),  bet  Conrad 

and  Mizpah  At  from  Surrey,  N 

to  Arbor 

SyMmora  (late  Willow),  from  W  s 
Mission  bet  ScTenteenth  and 
Eighteenth,  W  to  Valencia 

T  (now  TaraTal) 

T  South  (now  Toland) 

Tiber  Place,  from  W  1  Second  bet 
Bryant  and  South  Park,  S  W  to 
Third 

Tteonia,  from  W  s  Fifteenth  Av  bet 

Geary  and  Clement 
Tahiti  (South  S.  F.).  See  Forty-sixth 

Av  South 

Tilbert,  W  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr  County 
Line 

Tillapooia  (South  S.  F.).  See  F  South 
Tar«,  W  of  San  Jose  Av  nr  San  Miguel 
Taraval,  from  Twelfth  Av  S  of  Santiago 

Av,  W  to  the  ocean 
Tay,  from  S  s  Clay  bet  Powell  and 

Mason 

Taylor,  from  N  s  Market  bet  Mason 
and  Jones,  N  to  the  bay 

CroM  SU.  E.  W. 

Market  and  Golden  Gate 

Avenue   2  1 

Turk   100  101 

Opal  Place    

Eddy  t200  201 

Rose  Place    

EUis   300  301 

O'Farrell   400  401 

Geary   500  501 

Derby  Place    

Adelaide  Place   

Taylor  Place    

Post   600  601 

Cosmos  Place   

Hobart  AUey    

Sutter   700  701 

Bush   800  801 

Mulford  Alley    

Pine   900  901 

Villa  Place    

California  1000  1001 

Sacramento  1100  1101 

Pleasant   

aay  1200  1201 

Washington  1300  1301 

Jackson  1400  1401 

Pacific  1600  1501 

Bernard   

Broadway  1600  1601 

Fallon  Place    

VaUejo  1700  1701 

Green  1800  1801 

Macondray   

Union  1900  1901 

Redfield  AUey  

Aladdin  Terrace    

Filbert  2000  2001 

Valparaiso    

Greenwich  2100  2101 

Umbard  2200  2201 

Columbus  Avenue   2301 

Chestnut  2300 

Water    


Francisco  2400  2401 

Vandewater    

Bay  2500  2501 

NorthPoint  2600  2601 

Beach  2700  2701 

Jefferson  2800  2801 

The  Embarcadero  

Taylor  Place,  from  E  s  Taylor  bet 

Geary  and  Post 
Taylor  Terrace  (now  Aladdin  Terrace) 
Teddy  Avenue  (Reis  Tract),  bet  Camp- 
beU  and  Arleta  Avs  from  San 
Bruno  Av,  W  to  Fay 
Tehama,  from  W  s  First  bet  Howard 

and  Clementina,  S  W  to  Ninth 
Cross  Stt.  N.  S. 

First   2  1 

Maiden  Alley    

Second   100  101 

Third   200  201 

Fourth   300  301 

Fifth   400  401 

Sixth   (c)  (o> 

Seventh   (c)  (c/ 

Eighth   700  701 

Ninth   (e)  (e> 

Tehama  Place  (now  Tenny  Place) 
Tenny  Place,  from  E  a  Firat  bet  How- 
ard and  Folsom 
Telegraph  Place,  from  N  s  Greenwich 

bet  Kearny  and  Grant  Av 
Temple  (now  Tallac),  from  Soute  side- 
Serpentine  Place,  W  of  Clara  At, 
S  to  Seventeenth 
Teneriffe  (South  S.  F.),  eee  Fifteenth. 
Av  South 

Tenneitea,  from  South  bet  Kentucky 

and  Minnesota,  S  to  Tulare 

Tenth,  from  S  s  Market  bet  Ninth  and' 
Eleventh,  S  E  to  Division 

Cross  Sis.  W.  E. 

Market   2  1 

Stevenson   

Jessie   — 

Mission   100  101 

Minna    

Natoma    

Howard   200  201 

Folsom   300  801 

Sheridan   

Harrison   400  401 

Bryant   500  601 

Division   (e)  (e) 

Tenth  Avenue,  from  Mountain  Lake 
Park,  S  to  Rivera 

Cross  St*.  E.  W. 

Presidio   2  1 

Lake   100  101 

California   200  201 

Clement   300  301 

Geary   400  401 

Arguello  Boulevard         600  601 

Balboa   600  601 

Cabrillo   700  701 

Fulton   (c)  (c) 

Golden  Gate  Park  

Lincoln  Way  1200  1201 

Irving  1300  1301 

Judah  1400  1401 

KJrkham  1500  1501 

Lawton  1600  1601 

Moraga  1700  1701 

Noriega  1800  1801 

Ortega  1900  1901 

For  Nos.  South  of  Ortega  see  Nine- 
teenth Av 

Tenth  Avenue  South  (now  Jerrold  Av) 
N  W  to  Islais 

Terrace  Drive  (St  Francis  Wood)  off 
Corbett  Av  nr  San  Anselmo  Av 

Terry,  from  Ridge  Lane,  N  to  Ocean 
Av  nr  San  Jose  Av 

Tovli  (South  S.  F.),  from  Water  Front, 
S  W  to  County  Line 

Ttxai,  from  Sixteenth  bet  Missiaaippii 
and  Missouri  S  to  Tulare 

Theresa,  from  N  W  s  Mission  bet 
Tingley  and  Cotter 

Third,  from  S  s  Market  bet  Second 
and  Fourth,  S  E  to  Channel,  then 
S  to  Burke 

Cross  SU.  W.  E. 

Market   2  1 

Stevenson  

Jessie   

Mission   100  101 

Minna  


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301 
401 


601 


601 
701 

801 


101 
201 


Third— (Continued) 

Sherwood  Place   

Natoma  

Hunt   

Howard  200 

Tehama  

Clementina   

FolBom   300 

Verona  Place   

Harrison   400 

Perry  

Silver  

Bryant   500 

Tsber  Place.   

South  Park   

Varney  Place   

Brannan   600 

Townsend   700 

King  

Berry   800 

Channel  

Third  Avenue,  from  Preddio  Reeer- 
vation  S  to  Pamaseus  Av.  For 
Nob.  see  Nineteenth  Av 

Third  Avenue  South  (Custer  Avenue) 

Thirteenth,  from  Harrison  bet  Twellth 
and  Fourteenth,  W  to  Mission 

CronStt.  N.  S. 

Harrison   2  1 

Bemice    

Tralnor  Avenue   

Isis  

Folsom   100 

Howard   200 

Frankfort  Avenue    

Mission  

Thirteenth  Avenue,  (now  Funston  Av) 

Thirteenth  Avenue  South  (now  Mc- 
Kinnon  Av) 

Thirtieth,  from  W  s  Mission  S  of 
Twenty-ninth,  W  to  FowlerAv. 

CroM  SU.  N. 

Mission   2 

San  Jose  Avenue   100 

Dolores   200 

(Jhenery   

Church   300 

Dame   

Whitney   

Sanchez   400 

Harper   

Noe  500 

Laidley   

Castro   600 

Diamond  700 

Douglass   800   

Thirtieth  Avenue,  from  Lake,  S  to 
Yorba.  ForiNoa.  see  Nineteenth 
Av 

Thirtieth  Avenue  South  (now  Flti- 

gerald  Av) 

Thirty-eighth  Avenue,  from  Clement,  S 
to  Yorba,  For  Nob.  see  Nine- 
teenth Av 

Thirty-eighth  Avenue  South  (now 
Nelson  Av) 

Thirty-fifth  Avenue,  from  Clement  St, 
to  Yorba.  For  Nos.  see  Nine- 
teenth Av 

Thirty-fifth  Avenue  South  (now  Key  Av) 
Thlrty-fir»t,  from  Lincoln  Av,  W  to 

Fowler  Av 
Thlrty-fir»t  Avenue,  from  Lake,  S  to 

Yorba.   For  Nos.  see  Nineteenth 

Av 

Thirty-f  irit  Avenue  South  (now  Gilman 
Av) 

Thirty-fourth,  from  Detroit  to  Fowler 
Av 

Thirty-fourth  Avenue,  from  0ement,  S 
to  Yorba.  For  Nos.  see  Nine- 
teenth Av 

Thirty-fourth  Avenue  South  (now 
Jamestown  Av) 

Thirty-ninth  Avenue,  from  Clement,  S 
to  Yorba.  For  Nos.  see  Nine- 
teenth Av 

Thirty-ninth  Avenue  South  (now 
Olney  Av) 

Thirty-tecond,  from  Lincoln  Av,  W  to 
Fowler  Av 

Thirty-«econd  Avenue,  from  Lake,  S 
to  Yorba.  For  Nos.  see  Nine- 
teenth Av 

thirty-iecond  Avenue  South  (now 
HoUiBter  Av) 


1 

101 
201 


301 
401 


501 


601 
701 


Thirty-seventh  Avenue,  from  Clement, 
S  to  Yorba.  For  Nos.  see  Nme- 
teenth  Av 

Thirty-teventh  Avenue  South  (now 
Meade  Av) 

Thirty-sixth  Avenue,  from  Qement,  8 
to  Yorba.  For  Nos.  see  Nine- 
teenth Av 

Thirty-sixth  Avenue  South  (now 
Le  Conte  Av) 

Thirty-third,  from  Burnett  Av,  W  to 
Oswego 

Thirty-third  Avenue,  from  Qement,  S 
to  Yorba.  For  Nos.  see  Nine- 
teenth Av 

Thirty-third  Avenue  South  (now  In- 
gerson  Av) 

Thomas  Avenue,  from  Arthur  Av,  N  W 
to  Railroad  Av,  and  from  Silver 
Av  to  Elmira 

Thornton  (now  Beverly) 

Thornton  Avenue  (Silver  Terrace), 
from  W  B  Railroad  Av  opposite 
Thomas  Av,  W  to  San  Bruno  Av 

Thrift,  West  of  San  Jose  Av,  bet  Lake 
View  and  Montana 

Tiffany  Avenue,  from  Valencia  nr 
junction  Miseion,  S  W  to  Twenty- 
ninth 

Tiffany  Place  (now  Everett  Place) 

Tilden  (now  Beaver) 

Tillman  Alley,  from  W  b  Grant  Av 

bet  Sutter  and  Stockton  Place 
Tingley,  from  N  W  s  of  Mission  nr 

Siver  Av 

Tioga  Avenue  (Reis  Tract),  bet  Tucker 
and  Wilde  Ave,  from  Delta,  E  to 
WUde 

Tobago  (South  S.  F.).   See  Thirty- 
fourth  Av  South 
Tobin,  now  Sunny  Dale  Avenue 
Toland,  from  Evans  Av,  S  W  to  Jerrold 
Av,  and  from  Revere  Av  to 
Shaffer  Av 
Tomasa  (Bernal  Heights),  from  Peralta 

Av,  S  E  to  Holladay  Av 
Tombigbee  (South  S.  F.).  See  Q  South 
Tompkins  Avenue  (Bernal  Heights), 
from  Andover  Av  bet  Jefferson  Av 
and  Old  Hickory,  E  to  San  Bruno 
Av 

Tonningsen  Place  (late  Bowles  Place), 
from  N  s  Howard  bet  Twelfth 
and  Thirteenth 

Tonquin,  from  the  bay  bet  Jefferson 
and  Lewis,  W  to  Presidio  Reser- 
vation 

Torrens  Court,  from  N  s  Clay  bet 

Hyde  and  Larkin 
Tovar  Avenue,  from  County  Line,  N  W 

to  San  Bruno  Av 
Townsend,  from  the  bay  bet  Brannan 

and  King,  S  W  to  Eighth 
Crost  Stt.  N.  S. 

The  Embarcadero  

First   2  1 

Gale   

Japan  

Second   100 

Stanford  

Hammond  Place   

CJarence  Place  

Third   200 

Ritch  

Qyde  

Crooks  

Fourth   300 

Fifth   400 

Sixth  600 

Seventh   600 

Eighth   700 


101 


201 


Division   ^   (e) 

allej 


301 
401 
501 
601 
(e) 


Tracy  Place,  from  S  s  Vauejo  bet 

Montgomery  Av  and  Stockton 
Trainer,  from  N  s  Thirteenth  bet  Fol- 
som and  Harrison 
Treasury  Place,  from  N  e  Bush  bet 

Sansome  and  Montgomery 
Treat  Avenue,  from  Division,  8  W  to 
Eighteenth,  thence  S  bet  Folsom 
and  Harrison  to  point  S  of  Pre- 
cita  Av 

Cro»g  Stt.  W.  E. 

Florida   2  1 

Alameda   100  101 

Alabama    ■  

Fifteenth   200  20) 


Harrison     ^ — 

Sixteenth   800   

Seventeenth   400  401 

Eighteenth   500  601 

Nineteenth   800  601 

Twentieth   700  701 

Twenty-first   800  801 

Twenty-seeond   900  901 

Twenty-third  1000  1001 

Twenty-fourth  1100  1101 

Twenty-fifth  1200  1201 

Twenty-sixth  1300  1301 

Army  :   (c)  (c) 

PrecitaAv  1500  1501 

Tremont  Avenue  (now  Downey)  from 

S  s  Waller  bet  Ashbury  and  CJay- 

ton  to  point  S  of  Frederick 
Trent  Alley  (now  Mersey) 
Trentoit  (late  Virginia),  from  N  s 

Washington  bet  Stockton  and 

Powell,  N  to  Pacific 
Trinidad  (South  S.  F.).   See  Seventh 

Av  South 

Trinity,  from  N  s  Sutter  bet  Mont- 
gomery and  Kearny,  N  to  Bush 

Troy  Alley,  from  W  e  Hyde  bet  Sacra- 
mento and  Clay 

Truett,  from  W  s  Mason  bet  Clay  and 
Washington 

Trumbull,  from  E  s  Mission  nr  Silver  Av 

Tucker  Avenue,  (Reis  Tract)  bet  Camp- 
bell and  Tioga  Ave,  from  Delta, 
E  to  Wilde 

Tulare,  from  the  bay  along  N  s  Islais 
Creek,  W  to  Barneveld  Av 

Turk,  from  junction  Market  and 
Mason  bet  Golden  Gate  Av  and 
Eddy,  W  to  Arguello  Boulevard 


N. 

2 


8. 


100 
200 


Cross  Sts. 
Market  and  Mason 
Margaret  C!ourt  . . . 

Taylor  

Jones  

Leavenworth   300 

Hyde   400 

Marye  Terrace  

Dodge   

Larkin   500 

Larch  

Polk   600 

Van  Ness  Avenue  700 

Franklm   800 

Gough   (o) 

Jefferson  Square  

Laguna  1100 

Buchanan  1200 

Webster  1300 

Fillmore  1400 

Steiner  1500 

Pierce  1600 

Scott  1700 

Seymour  Avenue  — 

Divisadero  1800 

Broderick  1900 

St.  Joseph's  Avenue  

Baker   (o^ 

Lyon   (o) 

Central  Avenue   (o) 

Masonic  Avenue  2300 

Wood  2400 

Parker  Avenue   (o) 

WiUard  North  3100 

Arguello  Blvd.   (e) 

Tuscany  Alley,  from  S  s  Lombard  bet 
Stockton  and  Powell 

Tustin  Avenue,  Sunnyside  (Glen  Park 
Terrace),  now  Congo 

Twelfth,  from  S  s  Market  bet  Eleventh 
and  Brady,  S  E  to  Harrison 

Cross.  Sts.  W.  E. 

Market   2  1 

West  Misedon  (Otis)  

Mission   100 

Howard   200 

Kissling   

Folsom..   300 

Isis.  ;  

Bemice  

Harrison   (c) 

Twelfth  Avenue,  from  Mountain  Lake 
Park,  S  to  T 

Cross  iSii.  R 

Presidio   2 

Lake  100 

California  200 

Clement  300 

Geary  400 


1 

101 
201 
301 
401 


501 

601 
701 
801 

(0) 

1101 
1201 
1301 
1401 
1501 
1601 
1701 

1801 
1901 

2001 
2101 
2201 

(0) 

(o) 
2901 
3101 

(e) 


101 
201 


301 


(c) 


W. 

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201 
301 
401 


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Twelfth  Avenue— (Continued) 

Anra   500  501 

Balboa   600  601 

CabriUo   700  701 

Fulton   (c)  (c) 

Mi.For  numberinn  aoutb  of  Golden 
Gate  Park  see  Nineteenth  Av 

Twelfth  Avenue  South  (noir  Ia  Salle 
Av) 

Twentieth,  from  the  bay  bet  Nineteenth 
and  Twenty-first,  W  to  Douglass 

Cross  Stt.  N.  8. 

Michigan   500  501 

lUinoS   600  601 

Kentucky   700 

Tennessee   800 

Minnesota   900 

Indiana  V...1000) 

Iowa  1100 

Pennsylvania   1200 

Mississippi  1300 

Texas  1400 

Missouri  1500 

Connecticut  1600 

Arkansas  1700 

Wisconsin  1800 

Carolina  1900 

De  Haro  2000 

Rhode  Island  2100 

Kansas  2200 

Vermont  2300 

San  Bruno  Avenue  2400 

Utah  2500 

Potjrero  Avenue  2600 

Hampshire  2700 

York  2800 

Bryant  2900 

Florida  3000 

Alabama  3100 

Harrison  3200 

Treat  Avenue  3250 

Folsom  3300 

Shotwell  3360 

Howard  3400 

Capp  3450 

Mission  3500 

San  Carlos  Avenue  

Lexington  

Valencia  3600 

Guerrero  3700 

Dolores  3800 

Church  3900 

Sanche!  4000 

Noe  4100 

Hartford  

Castro  4200 

Collingwood  4300 

Diamond  4400 

Eureka  4500 

Douglass   (c) 

Twentieth  Avenue,  from  Presidio  Reser- 
vation, S  to  Yorba.  For  Noa.  see 
Nineteenth  Av 

Twentieth  Avenue  South  (now  Thomai 
Av) 

Twenty-eighth,  from  W  s  Guerrero  bet 
Duncan  and  Valley,  W  to  Fowler 
Av 

Cross  SU.  N.  S. 

Guerrero   2  1 

Dolores   100  101 

CJhurch   200  201 

Sanchez   300  301 

Noe   400  401 

Castro   500  601 

Diamond   600  601 

Douglass   700  701 

Hoffman  Avenue   800  801 

Bellevue   900  901 

Twenty-eighth  Avenue,  from  Lake,  8 
to  Yorba.  For  Nos.  see  Nine- 
teenth Av. 

Twenty-eighth  Avenue  South  (now 
Donner  Av) 

Twenty-tltth,  from  the  bay  bet  Twenty- 
fourth  and  Twenty-sixth,  W  to 
Fowler  Av 

Croti  SU.  N.  S. 

Illinois   800  801 

Kentucky   900  901 

Tennessee  1000  1001 

MinneaoU  1100  1101 

IndUna  1200  1201 

Iowa  1300  1301 

Pennsvlvania  1400  1401 

Miiwimippi  1500  1601 


701 
801 
901 
1001 
1101 
1201 
1301 
1401 
1501 
1801 
1701 
1801 
1901 
2001 
2101 
2201 
2301 
2401 
(0) 
2601 
2701 
2801 
2901 
3001 
3101 
3201 
3251 
3301 
3351 
3401 
3451 
3501 


3601 
3701 
3801 
3901 
4001 
-101 

4201 
4301 
4401 
4601 
(c) 


Texas  1600  1601 

Missouri  1700  1701 

Connecticut  1800  1801 

Arkansas  1900  1901 

Wisconsin  2000  2001 

CaroUna  2100  2101 

DeHaro  2200  2201 

Rhode  Island  2300  2301 

Kansas  2400  2401 

Vermont  2500  2501 

San  Bruno  Avenue  2600  2601 

Utah  2700  2701 

Potrero  Avenue  2800  2801 

Hampshire  2850  2851 

York.  2900  2901 

Bryant  2950  2951 

Florida  3000  3001 

Alabama  3050  3061 

Harrison  3100  (o) 

Balmy    

Treat  Avenue  3150  3151 

Lucky    

Folsom  3200  3201 

Horace   

ShotweU  3250  3251 

VirgU   

Howard  3300  3301 

C!ypress  

Qapp  3350  3351 

Lilac  

Mission  3400  3401 

Osage  Alley  

BarUett  3450  3451 

Orange  Alley  

Valencia  3500  3601 

Poplar  Alley  

San  Jose  Avenue  3600  3601 

Guerrero  3700  3701 

Fair  Oaks  3760  3751 

Dolores  3800  3801 

Church.  3900  3901 

Vicksburg    

Sanchez  4000  4001 

Noe  4100  4101 

Castro  4200  4201 

Diamond  4300  4301 

Douglass  4400  4401 

Homestead  4500  4501 

Hoffman  Avenue  4600  4601 

Fountain  4700  4701 

Bellevue  4800  4801 

High   

Corbett  Avenue  

Twenty-fifth  Avenue,  from  point  N  of 
Lake,  S  to  Yorba.  For  Nos.  see 
Nineteenth  Av 

Twenty-fifth  Avenue  South  (now  Arm- 
strong Av) 

Twenty-first,  from  the  bay  bet 
Twentieth  and  Twenty-second,  W 
to  Grand  View  Av 

Cross  Sts.                        N.  S. 

Michigan                      500  501 

San  Bruno  Avenue  2400  2401 

Utah  2500  2501 

Potrero  .\venue  2600  2601 

Hampshire  2650  2651 

York  2700  2701 

Bryant  2750  2751 

Florida  2800  2801 

Alabama  2850  2851 

Harrison  2900  2901 

Treat  Avenue  2950  2951 

Folsom  3000  3001 

ShotweU  3050  3051 

Howard  SlOO  3101 

Capp  3150  3161 

Mission  3200  3201 

San  Carlos  Avenue    

Bartlett   

Lexington    

Valencia  3300  3301 

Guerrero  8400  3401 

Ames  

Fair  Oaks   

Quane  

Dolores  3500  3501 

Chattanooga   

Church  3600  3601 

Sanchei  3700  3701 

Noe  3800  3801 

Castro  3900 


3901 

CoUingwood  4000  4001 

DUmond  4100  4101 

Eureka  4200  4201 

Douglass  4300  4301 


Twenty-flr»t  Avenue,  from  Presidio 

Reservation,  S  to  Yorba.  For 
Nos.  see  Nineteenth  Av 
Twenty-flrit  Avenue  South  (now  Un- 
derwood Av) 
Twenty-fourth,  from  the  bay  bet 
Twenty-third  and  Twenty-fifth, 
W  to  Corbett  Av 

Cross  Sts.                        N.  8. 

Illinois                         700  701 

Kentucky                    800  801 

Tennessee                      900  901 

Minnesota  1000  1001 

Wisconsin  1900  1901 

Carolina  2000  2001 

DeHaro  2100  2101 

Rhode  Island  2200  2201 

Kansas.  2800  2301 

Vermont  2400  2401 

San  Bruno  Avenue  2500  2501 

Utah  2600  2601 

Potrero  Avenue  2700  2701 

Hampshire  2750  2761 

York  2800  2801 

Bryant  2850  2861 

Florida  2900  2901 

Alabama  2950  2951 

Harrison  3000  3001 

Balmy   

Treat  Avenue  3050  3061 

Lucky   

Folsom  3100  3101 

ShotweU.  3150  3151 

Howard  3200  3201 

Cypress  

Capp  3250  3251 

Lilac  

Mission  3300  3301 

Osage  AUey  

Bartlett  3350  3351 

Orange  AUey  

Valencia  8400  3401 

Poplar  AUey  

San  Jose  Avenue  3500  3501 

Guerrero  3600  3601 

Fair  Oaks  3650  3651 

Quince  AUey  

Dolores  3700  3701 

Mersey  

Chattanooga  3750  3751 

Church  3800  3801 

Vicksburg  3860  3851 

Sanches  3900  3901 

Noe  4000  4001 

Castro  4100  4101 

Diamond  4200  4201 

Douglass  4300  4301 

Homestead    4351 

Hoffman  Avenue  4400  4401 

Fountain   

BeUevue  4600  4501 

(Jorbett  Avenue              (e)  (e) 

Twenty-fourth  Avenue,  from  Presidio 

Reservation,  8  to  Yorba.  For 
Noa  see  Nineteenth  At 
Twenty-fourth  Avenue  South  (now  Yo- 

Semite  Av) 
Twenty-ninth,  from  W  s  Mission  bet 
VaUey  and  Day,  W  to  Fowler  At 

Cross  Sts.                        N.  8. 

Mission                          2  1 

Tiffany  Avenue   — 

San  Jose     "                   100  101 

Dolores                       200  201 

Church                        300  301 

Sanchei                       400  401 

Noe                           800  601 

Castro                         600  601 

Diamond                     700  701 

Douglass                       800  801 

Twenty-ninth   Avenue,   from  Lake, 
S  to  Yorba.   For  Nos.  «ee  Nine- 
teenth Av 
Twenty-ninth  Avenue  South  (now  Eg- 
bert Av) 

Twenty-iecond,  from  the  bay  bet 
Twenty-first  and  Humboldt,  W  to 
Grand  View  Av 

CroM  Sis.                        N.  8. 

Maryland                      200  201 

Louisiana                     800  801 

Georgia                         400  401 

Michigan                     500  601 

lUinois                        600  601 

Kentucky                      700  701 

Tennessee                      800  801 

MinneeoU                     900  901 


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Twenty-second — (Continued) 

Indiana  1000  1010 

Iowa  1100  1101 

Pennsylvania  1200  1201 

Mississippi  1300  1301 

Texas  1400  1401 

Missouri  1500  1501 

Connecticut  1600  1601 

Arkansas  1700  1701 

Wisconsin  1800  1801 

Carolina  1900  1901 

DeHaro  2000  2001 

Rhode  Island  2100  2101 

Kansas.  2200  2201 

Vermont  2300  2301 

San  Bruno  Avenue  2400  (o) 

Utah.                          (c)  (o) 

Potrero  Avenue  2600  2601 

Hampshire.  2650  2661 

York.  2700  2701 

fcyant  2760  2751 

Horida  2800  2801 

Alabama  2850  2851 

Harrison  2900  2901 

Treat  Avenue  2930  2951 

Foleom  3000  3001 

Shotwell.  3050  3061 

Howard  3100  3101 

0»pp  3150  8161 

Mission  3200  3201 

Bartlett  3250  3261 

VaUncU  3300  3301 

San  Jose  Avenue   

Guerrero  3400  8401 

AldfT  AUey  

Fair  Oaks  3460  3451 

Quane   

Dolores.  3500  3501 

Chattanooga  8530  3551 

Church  8600  8601 

Vicksburg   

Sanchez  8700  3701 

Noe  3800  3801 

Castro  3900  3901 

CoUingwood.    

Diamond  4000  4001 

Eureka  4100  4101 

Douglaas  4200  4201 

Worth   

Hoffman  Avenue   

Grand  View  Avenue          (e)  (e) 

Twenty^oco^d  Avenue,  from  Presidio 
Reservation,  S  to  Yorba.  For  No. 
see  Nineteenth  Av 

Twenty-tecond  Avenue  South  (now  Van 

N  Dyke  Av) 

Tw^nfy^eventh,  from  W  s  San  Jose 
Av  bet  Army  and  Duncan,  W 
to  Fowler  Av 

Ctou  Stt.                        N.  8. 

San  Jose  Avenue               2  1 

Guerrero                      100  101 

Dolores.                      200  201 

Church                      300  301 

8an(^ei                       400  401 

Noe.                           500  501 

Castro                         eOO  801 

New  Grove  Avenue   

Diamond                     700  701 

Dou^ss                      800  801 

Twenty-teventh  Avenue,  from  Lake, 

8  to  Yorba.  For  Nos.  see  Nine- 
teenth At 

Twenty-ieventh  Avenue  South  (now 
n  Carroll  Av) 

Twenty-iixth,  from  the  bay  bet 
Twenty-fifth  and  Army,  W  to 
Fowler  Av 

Crou  Stt.                        N.  S. 

Illinois                        800  801 

Kentucky                    900  901 

Tennessee  1000  1001 

Minnesota  1100  1101 

Indiana  1200  1201 

Iowa                             (e)  (c) 

Kansas.  2400  2401 

Vermont                      (c)  (e) 

San  Bruno  Avenue  2600  2601 

Utah                           (c)  (c) 

York.  2700  2901 

Bryant  

Florida  3000  3001 

Alabama  

Harrison                      (o)  3101 

Treat  Avenue  

Lucky    

Foliom-  8200  8201 


Horace  

Shotwell  

Virgil  Alley  

Howard  3300  3301 

Cypress  

Capp  

Lilac  

Mission  3400  3401 

Osage  AUey  

Bartlett  

Orange  Alley  

Valencia  3500  3601 

Poplar  Alley  

San  Jose  Avenue  3600  3601 

Guerrero  3700  3701 

Fair  Oaks    

Dolores  3800  3801 

Church  3900  3901 

Sanohei    4000  4001 

Noe  4100  4101 

Oastro  4200  4201 

Diamond  4300  4301 

Douglass  4400  4401 

Hoffman  Avenue  4600  4601 

BeUevue  4600  4601 

High  Avenue   

Corbett  Avenue   

Twin  Peaks  Avenue  

Eenyon  Avenue  

Stanford  Heights  Avenue 
Twenty-tixth  Avenue,  from  Lake,  S  to 
Yorba,   For  Nos.  see  Nineteenth 
At 

Twenty-iixth  Avenue  South  (now  Ban- 
croft Av) 

Twenty-third,  from  the  bay  bet  Hum- 
boldt and  Twenty-fourth,  W  to 
Corbett  Av 

CroM  iS<».                        N.  S. 

Illinois                        700  701 

Kentucky                    800  801 

Tennessee                      900  901 

Minnesota  1000  1001 

Indiana  1100  1101 

Iowa  1200  1201 

Pennsylvania  1300  1301 

Mississippi  1400  1401 

Texas  1500  1501 

Missouri  1600  1601 

Connecticut.  1700  1701 

Arkansas  1800  1801 

Wisconsin  1900  1901 

CJarolina  2000  2001 

DeHaro  2100  2101 

Rhode  Island  2200  2201 

Kansas  2300  2301 

Vermont  2400  2401 

San  Bruno  Avenue           (o)  2601 

Utah                           (o)  2601 

Potrero  Avenue  2700  2701 

Hampshire  2760  2751 

York  2800  2801 

Bryant  2880  2851 

Florida  2900  2901 

Alabama  2960  2961 

Harrison  3000  3001 

Treat  Avenue  3060  3061 

Folsom  3100  3101 

Shotwell  3150  3161 

Howard  3200  3201 

Capp  8228  3227 

Mission  3300  8301 

Bartlett  3350  3351 

ValencU  3400  3401 

San  Jose  Avenue  3500  3501 

Guerrero  3600  3601 

Alder  Alley  

Fair  Oaks  

Quane  

Dolores.  8700  3701 


3801 


Chattanooga  3750  3761 

Severn  

CJhurch  3800 

Orient  

Vicksburg  3850  3881 

Blanche  

Sanchez  T3900  3901 

Noe  4000  4001 

Castro  4100  4101 

Diamond  4200  4201 

Eureka   — — 

Dou^ass  4300  4301 

Hoffman  Avenue  4400  4401 

Grand  View  Avenue.  4600  4601 

Falcon  Avenue    

Corbett  Avenue              (e)  (e) 


Twenty-third  Avenue,  from  Presidio 
Reservation,  S  to  Yorba  For  Nos. 
see  Nineteenth  Av 

Twenty-third  Avenue  South  (now  Wal- 
lace Av) 

Twin  Peaki  Avenue  (now  La  Place) 
Twin  Peaks  Boulevard,  from  Clarend 
Ave  S  to  Corbett  Ave. 
from  Twenty-fifth,  8  to  Surrey 
Tyler.   See  Golden  Gate  Avenue 
U  (now  UUoa) 
U  South  (now  Upton) 
Ugarte  Avenue,  from  Ckiunty  Line  N  W 

to  San  Bruno  Av 
Ulloa.  from  Thirteenth  Av  S  of  Taraval 

W  to  the  ocean 
Untdilla  Avenue  (now  Niagara  Av) 
Underwood  Avenue,  from  Arthur  Av,  N 

W  to  Railroad  Av 
Union,  from  the  bay  bet  Green  and 
Filbert,  W  to  Presidio  Reservation 
Cro«i  SU.  N.  S. 

The  Embarcadero   2  1 

Front  

Battery   100  101 

Gaines   

Sansome.   200  201 

Calhoun   

Montgomery   800  SOI 

Garibaldi   

Kearny   400  401 

Genoa  Plaoe    

Sonora   

Yarennes    

Grant  Avenue   600  601 

Bannam  Place   

CadeU  AUey    

Jasper  Plaoe    

Price  Row   

Stockton   (o)  Ml 

Columbus  Avenue  

PoweU   700  701 

August  Alley   

Mason   800  801 

Taylor   900  901 

Marion  Place    

Jones  1000  1001 

Black  Place  

Leavenworth.  1100  1101 

Sharp  Place   

Hyde  1200  1201 

Eastman    

Moore  Place    

Larkin  1800  1301 

Polk  1400  1401 

Van  Ness  Avenue  1600  1601 

Franklin  ISOO  1601 

Gough  1700  1701 

Ootavia  1800  1801 

Laguna  1900  1901 

Charlton  Court   

Buchanan  2000  2001 

Webster  2100  2101 

FUlmore.  .,2200  2201 

Steiner  .  .  2800  2301 

Pierce  2400  2401 

Scott.  2600  2601 

Divisadero  2600  2«01 

Broderick  2700  2701 

Baker  2800  2801 

Lyon   (e)  (e) 

Union  Square,  bet  Geary,  Post,  Stock- 
ton and  PoweU 
Union  Square  Avenue  (now  Manils), 
Univsrtity   (University  Homestead), 

from  SQver  Av,  S  to  ManseU 
Upper  Terrace,  from  point  N  of  Six- 
teenth E  of  Clayton  to  Olympst 
nr  Seventeenth 
Upton,  W  of  Jerrold  Av  nr  Islali  Oeek 
Uranus  (now  Lower  Terrace),  from  8  s 
Seventeenth  bet  Mirs  and  Clay- 
ton, S  to  Eighteenth 
Urbano  Drive  (Ingleade)  off  Pico  Ave- 
nue bet  Ocean  Avenue  and  HoUo- 
way  Avenue 
Uruguay  (South  S.  F.).    See  Thirty- 
eighth  Av  South 
Utah,  from  Division  bet  San  Bruno  At 
and  Potrero  Av,  8  to  Serpentine 
Av 

V  (now  VloenU) 

Valencia,  from  S  i  Market  bet  MlnUn 
and  Guerrero,  S  to  Miaton 

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Valencia — (Continued) 

Hermann                      100  101 

McCoppin   

Duboce  Avenue              200  201 

Clinton  Parit  

Brosnan    

Fourteenth                   800  301 

FUteenth                     400  401 

Sparrow   

Sixteenth                     600  601 

Seventeenth                  600  601 

Clarion  Alley   

Sycamore   

Eighteenth                   700  701 

Nineteenth                   800  801 

Cunningham  Place    

Twentieth                    900  901 

Liberty    

Twenty-first  1000  1001 

HU\    

Twenty-second  1100  1101 

Twenty-third  1200  1201 

Twenty-fourth  1800  1301 

Twenty-fifth  1400  1401 

Twenty-sixth  1800  1501 

Army  1600  1601 

Tififany  Avenue.    

Uissioo                        (e)  (c) 

Vallejo,  from  the  bay  bet  Broadway 
and  Qreen,  W  to  Presidio  Reser- 
vation 

Crew  SU.                        N.  S. 
Davis  and  The  Gmbar- 

cadero                        3  1 

Front                         100  101 

Battery                       200  201 

Co  well  Place    

Sansome                      800  301 

Presoott  Court   

H«U  Alley   

Hodge's  Alley    

Bartol   

Montcomery                 400  401 

Kearny                       600  601 

San  Antonio    

Pinkney  Place   

PoUard  Place    

Margrave  Place    

Grant  Avenue               600  601 

Columbus  Avenue  

Tracy  Place   

Stockton                     700  701 

Emery  Lane    

Churchill   

Wheelock  Place    

PoweU                        800  801 

SchoU  Place  

Washoe  Place    

O'Connell  Place    

Mason                        900  901 

Vallejo  Terrace.   

Taylor  1000  1001 

Florence   

Jones  1100  1101 

Leavenworth  1200  1201 

Hyde  1300  1301 

White    

Larkin  1400  1401 

Polk  1500  1501 

Van  Neas  Avenue.  1600  1601 

Franklin  1700  1701 

Qough  1800  1801 

OcUvia  1900  1901 

Laguna  2000  2001 

Buchanan  2100  2101 

Webster  2200  2201 

FiUmore  2300  2801 

Steiner  2400  2401 

Pierce  2500  2501 

Scott  2600  2601 

Divisadeo  2700  2701 

Broderick  2800  2801 

Baker  2900  2901 

Lyon                            (e)  (e) 

Vallelo  Alley  (now  Tracy  Place) 

Vtllalo  Terrte*.  from  8  •  Vallejo  bet 
Mason  and  Taylor 

Valley,  from  W  a  San  Jose  Av  bet 
Twenty-eighth  and  Twenty-ninth 
to  FowItT  Av 

Crou  SU.                        N.  S. 

San  Jose  Avenue               2  1 

Doloret.                        100  101 

Church                         200  201 

Sanchei                       300  801 

Noe                           400  401 

Castro                          600  601 


STREET  AND  AVENUE  GUIDE 

Diamond   600  601 

Douglaw   700  701 

Valparaiio,  from  W  •  Mason  bet  Filbert 
and  Greenwich,  W  to  Taylor  and 
from  Roach  to  Jones 

Van  Burtn,  Wof  Diamond  from  Sussex, 
S  to  Surrey 

Vance,  from  Genesee  N  of  Thirty- 
fourth,  W  to  Hamburg 

Vancouver  (South  S.  F.).  See  Thirty- 
first  Av  South 

Vandewatsr,  from  W  s  Powell  bet 
Francisco  and  Bay,  W  to  Taylor 

Van  Dyke  Avenue,  from  Arthur  Av, 
N  W  to  Railroad  Av 

Van  Net!  Avenue,  from  S  s  Market  bet 
Polk  and  Franklin,  K  to  the  bay 

Croit  Stt.  K  W. 

Market  and  Oak   2  1 

Hickory   

Fdl   100  101 

Linden  

Hayes.   200  201 

Ivy    

Grove   300  801 

Birch  

Fulton   400  401 

Ash  

McAllister   600  601 

Redwood  

Golden  Gate  Avenue. .. .  600  601 

Elm  

Turk.   700  701 

Larch   

Eddy   800  801 

Willow  

Ellis   900  901 

Olive  

O'Farrell  1000  1001 

Myrtle  

Geary  1100  1101 

Cedar    

Post  1200  1201 

Hemlock    

Sutter  1300  1301 

Fan  

Bush  1400  1401 

Austin  

Pine  1500  1601 

California  1600  1601 

Sacramento  1700  1701 

aay  1800  1801 

Washington  1900  1901 

Jackson  2000  2001 

Pacific  Avenue  2100  2101 

Broadway  2200  2201 

VaUejo  2300  2301 

Green  2400  2401 

Union  2500  2601 

Filbert  2600  2601 

Greenwich  .....2700  2701 

Lombard  ....2800  2801 

Chestnut  2900  2901 

Francisco  3000  3001 

Bay  8100  (o) 

NorthPoint  3200  (o) 

Beach   (c)  (o) 

Jefferson   (e)  (o) 

Tonquin   (c)  (o) 

Lewis    (e)  (e) 

Varennet,  from  N  s  Union  bet  Kearny 

and  Grant  Av,  N  to  Filbert 
Varnsy  Place,  from  W  s  Center  Place 
bet  South  Park  and  Brannan,  S  W 
to  Third 

Vasquez  Avenue,  (Forest  Hill  E.xter- 

sioii)  from  Kensington  Way  S  of 

Merced  Avenue  NE 
Vaualboro,  W  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr 

County  Line 
Vattar  Place,  from  8  §  Harrison  bet 

Second  and  Third 
Vausrot  Place,  from  S  s  Geary  bet 

Hyde  and  Larkin 
Venezutla  (South  S.  F.).    See  Sixth 

Av  South 

Venut  (Silver  Terrace),  from  Thornton 

Av  to  Williams  Av 
Ver  Mehr,  from  E  s  Kearny  bet  Poet 

and  Sutter 
Verdi  Place,  from  W  s  Montgomery  bet 

Paci'ic  nnd  Broadway 
Vermont,  from  Division  bet  Kansas  and 

San  Bruno  Av  S  to  Islais  Creek 
Vermont  See  Oonkling 
VKna  Allay,  from  Thirty-third  E  of 

Foeret«r,  S  to  Melrose  Av 


Vernon,  W  of  San  Jose  Av  nr  County 

Line 

Verona  Place,  from  E  a  Third  bet  Fol- 

som  and  Harrison 
Vetta  (SUver  Terrace),  from  Wllliamt 

Av  to  Thornton  Av 
Vicente,  from  Fourteenth  At  South  ol 

UUoa,  W  ta  the  Ocean 
Vlektburg,  from  S  s  Twenty-eeeond 

bet  CHiurch  and  Banehea,  S  t» 

Twenty-fifth 
Victor,  from  S  s  Bryant  bet  Seventh 

and  Eighth 
Victor  Place.  E  a  Jones  bet  Sutter  and 

Bush  StS 

Victoria,  from  Ocean  Avenue  W  (o 

Palmetto  bet  Head  and  Ramsell 
Vienna,  from  Silver  Av,  S  W  to  AmaioD 
View  Avenue  (now  Grand  View  Av) 
Villa  Place,  from  E  s  Taylor  bet  Fin* 

and  California 
Vincent  (now  Garabaldi) 
Vinton  Court,  from  W  s  Grant  At  bet 

Pine  and  California 
Virgil,  from  Ss  Twenty-fifth  bet  How- 
ard and  Shotwell 
Virginia  (now  Oklahoma) 
Virginia  Avenue,  from  E  s  Hlseion  nr 

Thirtieth  to  Elsie  and  Eugenia  At 
Virginia  Court  (now  Vinton  Court) 
Virginia  Place  (now  Cordelia) 
Vltta  Avenue  (Crocker  Bay  Shore 

Tract),  from  San  Bruno  At,  K  to 

Nueva  Av 
Vltitaclon  Avenue,  from  Hoffman  nr 

&)unty  Line  to  La  Grande  At,  opp 

Russia  Av 
Volney  Alley.  See  Elisabeth  Plaee 
Von  Schmidt,  from  Water  Front,  S  W 

to  County  Line 
Vorrath  Place.   See  Eureka  Place 
Vue  de  I'Eau,  from  Fowler  At  8  of 

Sussex,  W  to  Hamburg 
Vulcan.   See  Jupiter 
Vulcan,  from  point  W  of  Clara  At  t* 

Juno  N  of  Lower  Terrace 
Vulcan  Ijine  (now  Emery  Lane) 
W  (now  Wawona) 

Wagner  Alley,  from  8  s  Eddy  bet  Jones 

and  Leavenworth 
Walbrldge,  W  of  San  Bruno  At  or 

County  Line 
Waldo  Alley,  from  W  s  Leavenworth 

bet  Broadway  and  Vallejo 
Wall  (now  Wright  Bemal  Heights), 

from  HoUaday  Av,  W  to  Butlef 

Av,  S  of  Peralta 
Wall  Place  (now  Ck>olidge  Place) 
Wallace  Avenue,  from  Arthur  At,  N  W 

to  Williams  Av 
Waller,  from  junction  Market  and 

Octavia  W  to  Stanyan 
Croaa  SU.  N.  S. 

Market  and  Octavia   2  1 

Laguna   100  101 

Buchanan   200  201 

Webster   300  801 

Fillmore.   400  401 

Steiner   500  601 

Portola   

Pierce.   600  BOl 

Carmelita   

Scott   700  701 

Alpine   

Divisadero   800  801 

Alpine   

Broderick   900   

Buena  Vista  Avenue. ...    (c)  (c) 

Buena  Vista  Park  

Buena  Vista  Avenue ....  1100  1101 

Central  Avenue  1200  1301 

Masonic   "   1300  1801 

Delraar  "    

Ashbury  1400  1401 

Downey   

Clayton  1500  160J 

Belvedere   

Cole  1600  1601 

Shrader  1700  1701 

Stanyan   (e)  (e) 

Walnut,  from   Pacific   Avenue  bet 

Presidio  Av  and  Laurd,  8  to 

California 
Cro«»  St*.  E.  W 

Pacific  Avenue   2  1 

Jackson   100  102 

Waiihinirton   200  101 


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240 


STREET  AND  AVENUE  GUIDE 

Watervillcfrom  Helena,  S  to  Thornton 
Av 

Wation  Place,  from  Ocean  Av  W  of 

Mission,  S  W 
Watt  Avenua,  from  Morse  nr  County 

Line 

Wavarly  Place,  from  N  s  Sacramento 
bet  Grant  At  and  Stockton,  N  to 
Washington 

Wawona,  from  Fifteenth  Av  S  of  Vi- 
cente, W  to  the  Ocean 

Wayland,  from  Charter  Oak  Av  S  of 
Bacon,  W  to  La  Grande  Av 

Wayne  Place,  from  N  s  Pacific  bet 
Powell  and  Mason,  N  to  Broadway 

Wayner  Place,  from  E  i  Hyde  bet 
Green  and  Union 

Webb  (now  Spring) 

Webb  Place,  from  W  a  Mason  bet  Green 

and  Union 
Wabtter,  from  N  a  Duboce  Av  bet 

Buchanan  and  Fillmore,  N  to  the 

bay 

Croit  Sti.  E.  W. 

Duboce  Av   2  1 

Homann   60  61 

Germania   

WaUer   100  101 

Lausaat  

Haieht   200  201 

Page   300  301 

Oak  ;  400  401 

Hickory    

FeU   600  601 

Linden    

Hayes   600  601 

Grove.'.'. v.'.;;!;!;;;;;;  700  701 

Fulton   800  801 

McAllister   900  901 

Golden  Gate  Avenue. . . .  1000  1001 

Turk  1100  1101 

Larch  

Eddy  1200  1201 

EUis  1300  1301 

Byington   

O'FarreU  1400  1401 

Geary  ISOO  1501 

Post  1600  1601 

Sutter  1700  1701 

Bush  1800  1801 

Wilmot   

Pine  1900  1901 

California  2000  2001 

Sacramento  2100  2101 

Oay  2200  2201 

Washington  2300  2301 

Jackson  2400  2401 

Bromley  Place    

Pacific  Avenue  2500  2501 

Broadway  2600  2601 

Vallejo  2700  2701 

Green  2800  2801 

Union  2900  2901 

Filbert  3000  3001 

Pixley  Avenue  

Greenwich  3100'  3101 

Moulton  

Lombard  3200  8201 

Chestnut   (o)  3301 

Francisco   (o)  8401 

Bay.  3500  3501 

NorthPoint  3600  3601 

Beach  3700  3701 

Jefferson  3800  3801 

Tonquin  3900  3901 

Lewis  4000  4001 

WebJter  Place  (now  Bromley  Place) 
Weldon,  W  of  San  Bruno  Av  nr  head 

lalaia  Creek 
Wellington  Avenue  (Oocker  Tract) 
San  Mateo  County,  take  Mission 
cars. 

Wells  Court,  from  S  s  Lombard  bet 
Grant  Av  and  Stockton 

Welih,  from  W  s  Zoe  bet  Bryant  and 
Brannan,  S  W  to  W  of  Fourth 

Wentworth  Place,  from  N  s  Washing- 
ton bet  Kearny  and  Grant  Av,  N 
to  Jackson 

Wejt  Avenue  (now  Appleton  Av) 

West  Clay,  from  Twenty-fourth  to 
Thirty-third  Avs,  bet  Lake  and 
the  bay  (now  Camino  del  Mar) 

Cross  Sts.  N.  8. 

Twenty-fourth  Avenue. .  2  1 
Twpntv-fifth        •      ..100  101 


Walnut — (Continued) 

day   300  801 

Sacramento   400  401 

California   (e)  (e) 

Walnut   See  Ralston 

Walnut  Avenue  (now  Hemlock),  from 
W  a  Larkin  bet  Post  and  Sutter, 
W  to  Laguna 

Walter,  from  S  s  Duboce  Av  bet 
Sanches  and  Noe,  S  to  Fourteenth 

Waltham,  from  W  a  Alabama  nr  Es- 
meralda Av 

Ward,  from  W  s  San  Bruno  Av  nr 
Ciounty  Line 

Ward.   See  Banks 

Ware,  from  Paul  Av  bet  Wheat  and 
San  Bruno  Av,  S  to  San  Bruno  Av 

Warren  (now  Sanchez) 

Warren  Place,  from  E  i  Misaoa  bet 
Sixteenth  and  Seventeenth 

Washburn,  from  S  s  Mission  bet  Ninth 
and  Tenth,  S  E  to  Howard 

Wtihington,  from  the  bay  bet  (Hay 
and  Jackson,  W  to  Arguello  Blvd 

Cross  Sts.  N.  S. 

The  Embarcadero   2  1 

Drumm   100  101 

Davis   200  201 

Ceylon   

Front   300  301 

Battery   400  401 

Custom  House  Place    

Sansome   600  501 

Jeasop  Place    

Montgomery   601 

Columbue  Avenue   600   

Dunbar  Alley   

Kearny   700  (o) 

Brenham  Place   

Wentworth  Place.    

Grant  Avenue   800  801 

Waverly  Place   

Rosa  Alley    

Cameron  Alley    

Spofford.   

Stockton   900  901 

Trenton    

Hopeton  Terrace   

Stone    

Powell  1000  1001 

Codman  Place   

Wetmore  Place   

Mason  1100  1101 

Taylor  1200  1201 

Jones  1300  1301 

Priest   

Reed   

Leavenworth.  1400  1401 

Hyde  1500  1601 

Urkin  1600  1601 

Polk  1700  1701 

Van  Ness  Avenue  1800  1801 

FrankUn.  1900  1901 

Gough  2000  (o) 

Octavia  2100  (o) 

Laguna  2200  2201 

Buchanan  2300  2301 

Webster  2400  2401 

FiUmore  2500  2501 

Steiner   (c)  (c) 

Alta  Plaia  

Scott  2800  2801 

Divisadero  2900  2901 

Broderick.  3000  3001 

Baker  3100  3101 

Lyon  3200  3201 

Presidio  Avenue  3300   330 1 

Walnut  3400  3401 

Laurel  3500  3501 

Locust  3600  3601 

Spruce  3700  3701 

Ntaple  3800  3801 

C!herrv  3900  3901 

Arguello  Blvd   (e)  (e) 

Washington  Avenue  (now  Washburn) 

Washington  Place  (now  Wentworth  PI) 

Washington  Square,  bet  Union,  Filbert, 
Stockton,  Columbus  Av  and 
Powell 

Washoe  Place,  from  N  e  Vallejo  bet 

Powell  and  Mason 
Water,  from  W  s  Mason  bet  Chestnut 

and  Francisco,  W  to  Taylor 
Water  Front,  from  lalais  Creek  along 

the  bay,  S  to  County  Line 
Waterloo,  from  E  s  San  Bruno  Av  nr 

0>rt1ftnd  Av 


Twenty-sixth  Avenue..  200  201 
Twenty-seventh  "  ..800  801 
Twenty-eighth  "  ..400  401 
Twenty-ninth  '  ..500  801 
Thirtieth  "     ..600  601 

Thirty-first        "     ..700  701 
Thirty-second      "     ..800  801 
West  Clay  Park,  from  Twenty-second 

Av  W  bet  Presidio  Av  and  Lake 
West  Eddy.   See  Eddy  W 
West  Lake  Avenue  (Now  Otsego  Av) 
West  Mission  (now  Otis) 
West  Portal  Avenue  (Forest  Hill  Tract) 

N  from  Portola  t)rive  to  Ulloa 
Wetmore  Place,  from  N  s  Clay  bet 
Powell  and  Mason,  N  to  Washing- 
ton 

Wheat,  from  Paul  Av  bet  Crane  and 

Ware,  S  to  Salinas  Av 
Wheeler  Avenue  (Crocker  Bay  Shore 

Tract),  from  San  Bruno  Av,  8 
Wheelock  Place,  from  N  e  Vallejo  bet 

Stockton  and  Powell 
Whipple  Avenue  (West  End  Tract) 

from  Mission,  N  W  to  San  Jose  At 

nr  County  Line 
White,  from  N  s  Vallejo  bet  Hyde  and 

Larkin 

White's  Place,  from  E  s  Jonea  bet 
Sutter  and  Bush 

White  Place  (now  Victor) 

Whiting,  from  E  s  Grant  Av  bet  Lom- 
bard and  Chestnut 

Whitney,  from  Thirtieth  E  of  Sanchei, 
S  to  RandaU 

Whittler,  from  Mission  S  E,  nr  County 
Line 

Wieland,  W  of  San  Bruno  At  nr 

County  Line 
Wieland  Avenue  (now  Judson  At) 
Wiese,  from  S  s  Fifteenth  bet  Mission 

and  Valencia,  S  to  Sixteenth 
Wilde,  from  W  a  San  Bruno  At  bet 

Campbell  and  Harkneia  Ati,  to 

Oneota 

Wilder,  from  point  E  of  Carrie  S  of 
Chenery,  W  to  Diamond 

Wildey  Ayenue  (now  Wihnot) 

Willard,  from  Golden  Gate  Park  W  of 
Stanyan,  S  to  Woodland  Av 

Willard  North,  from  Edward  W  E  of 
Arguello  Blvd,  S  to  Fulton 

William  (now  Shannon) 

Williams  Avenue,  from  Railroad  Av 
nr  Van  Dyke  W  to  Phelpa 

Williamson  (now  Parker  Av) 

Wllliar  Avenue,  from  Niagara  to  Mt. 
Vernon  Av  bet  Getz  and  Howth 

Willow  Avenue  (now  Street) ,  from  W 
s  Larlrin  bet  Eddy  and  Ellis 

Wllmet.  from  W  s  Webster  bet  Bush 
and  Pine,  W  to  Steiner 

Wilson  Avenue  (formerly  Bismark)  s  of 
Goethe  from  Mission  W 

Windsor  Place,  from  N  s  Green  bet 
Montgomery  and  Kearny 

WInfleld  from  Coso  Av  bet  Prospect 
Av  and  Elsie  S  W  to  Cortland  At 

Winnipeg  Avenue,  W  of  Mission,  near 
County  Line 

Winslow  (now  Franconia) 

Winter  Lane,  from  E  a  Mason  bet 
Green  and  Union 

Winthrop,  from  N  s  Lombard  bet  Mont- 
gomery and  Kearny,  N  to  Ches't 

Wisconsin,  from  Sixteenth  bet  Arkan- 
sas and  Carolina,  S  to  Tulare 

Wolfe  (Bernal  Heights),  from  Isabel, 
S  W  to  Peralta  Av 

Wood,  from  Laurel  Hill  (^metery  bet 
Uaeonic  Av  and  OiUins,  8  to  Turk 

Woodland  Avenue,  from  Parnassus  Av 
bet  Stanyan  and  Willard,  S  to 
Edgewood  Av 

Woodward,  from  S  i  Duboce  At  bet 
Mission  and  Valencia,  S  to  Four- 
teenth 

Wool,  from  Powhattan  and  North  Av, 
8  to  Cortland  At 

Woolsey,  from  Charter  Oak  Av  8  of 
Wayland,  W  to  La  Grande  At 

Worcester  Avenue,  W  of  San  Jose  At 
nr  County  Line 

Worden,  from  N  a  Francisco  bet  Stock- 
ton and  Powell 

Worden  Avenue  (now  Whipple  At) 


GARFIELD  &  CO. 


Hearst  Building 


Phone  Sutter  1036 


Contractors  MACHINERY 
Concrete  MACHINERY 
Hoisting  MACHINERY 
StotI  Cars,  Saw  Tablts,  Etc. 


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Worth,  from  Twenty-firrt  W  of  Doui- 
Uss,  S  to  Twenty-second 

WrlBht  (Beraal  Heights),  from  Holla- 
day  Av  W  to  Butler,  S  of  Feralta 

Wyant  (Reis  Tract),  bet  Hoyt  and 
Sunnan,  from  Campbell  At,  N  to 
Oneota 

Wyoming  (South  S.  F.),  from  Iilaii,  S 

to  First  Ar  South 
Wyoming  Avonus,  now  Winnipeg  At 
X  (now  Yorba) 

Yalo  (UniTCTsity  Homestead),  from 
saver  At,  S  to  Msniell 


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Yazoo.   See  M  South 

Yerba  Buena,  N  S  of  Sacramento  bet 

Mason  and  Taylor  N  to  Clay 
Yerba  Buena  Av  (St  Francis  Wood)  from 

£  s  Santa  Clara  Av  parallel  with 

Terrace  Drive  S  E 
Yolo  (now  Twenty-fifth) 
Yorba,  from  Le  Conte  At  S  of  W  to 

Quebec  At 
York,  from  Division  bet  Hampshire  and 

Bryant,  S  to  Peralta  Av 
Yosomiti  Avtnue,  from  Water  Front 

N  W  to  Wllllama  At 


Yosemlte  Av  (Forest  Hill) 
Yuba  (now  Twenty-sixth) 
YucaUn  (South  S.  F.)    8«e  Forty. 

seventh  At  South 
Yukon,  from  Nineteenth  S  W  to  Short 
Yuma,  from  Sixth  nr  West  Kl  Dorado, 

S  W  to  Sixteenth  i 
Z«no,  from  S  ■  Folaom  bet  Beale  and 

Fremont 

Zoo,  from  S  s  Bryant  bet  Third  and 

Vourth,  S  E  to  Brannan  j  j 
Zoo  Piaet  (now  Zeno) 


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Gages 
Valves 

AND 

Steam 
Specialties 

121 2nd 


Phone  Sutter 

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PRINTERS 
BOOKBINDERS 
STATIONERS 
LITHOGRAPHERS 

LOOSE  LEAF 
LEDGERS 

TYPEWRITER 
SUPPLIES 


H.  S. 
CROCKER 
COMPANY 

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MARKET  ST. 

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LOS  ANGELES 
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•cet  seeountant 

■dr  advertiBing 

•g07  Kgency 

kgt  &gent 

Alex  Alexander 

Al  AUey 

Am  Americaa 

ApU  apartments 

appr  apprentice 

Aun  Association 

aist  assistant 

AT4SF  Ry  

Atchison,  Topeka  &  Santa 

Fe  Railway. 

atty  attorney 

Av  Avenue 

Bap  Baptist 

bartndr   bartender 

Benj  Benjamin 

bet  between 

bkpr  bookkeeper 

blk  block 

Blvd  Boulevard 

Bldg  Building 

bidr  builder 

blksmith  blacksmith 

bkbdr  bookbinder 

brklayer  bricklayer 

brkmn  brakeman 

Bros  Brothers 

eabtmkr  cabinetmaker 

Cal  California 

eapt  captain 

oarp  carpenter 

easnr  cashier 

Cath  Catholic 

Chas  Charles 

ehauffr  chauffeur 

civ  eng  civil  engineer 

oik  clerk 

coUr  collector 

coml  commercial 

com  mer... . .   

....  commission  merchant 

Com  Commission 

comp  compositor 

eond  conductor 

conf  tr  confectioner 

Cong  congregational 

contr  contractor 

eons  consolidated 

cor  corner 

Corp  Corporation 

corres  correspondent 

ctr  cutter 


Ct  Court 

Danl  Daniel 

dep  deputy 

dept  department 

dlr  dealer 

drftsmn  draftsman 

E  B  east  side 

Edw  Edward 

elec  eng.  .electrical engineer 

elec  insts  

. .  .electrical  instruments 

electn  electrician 

elev  elevator 

emp  employe 

eng  engineer 

Epis  Episcopal 

ex  exchange 

express  expressman 

ftr  fitter 

Fredk  Frederick 

ft  foot 

frt  freight 

gasftr  gasfitter 

genl  general 

Geo  George 

GG  Park.  Golden  Gate  Park 

Gram  Grammar 

h  house 

hlpr  helper 

horseshr  horseshoer 

Imm  Immigration 

Imp  Improvement 

inc  incorporated 

ins  insurance 

insp  inspector 

inst  instrument 

Jas  James 

Jos  Joseph 

junc  junction 

junk  juijc  dealer 

lab  laborer 

lampltr  lamplighter 

lieut  lieutenant 

lino  opr.  .linotype  operator 

Indywkr  laundryworker 

Lith  Co . .  Lithographing  Co 

lithogr  lithographer 

Ltd  Limited 

lum  surveyor  

 lumber  surveyor 

Luth  Lutheran 

mach  machinist 

mfg  manufacturing 

mar  eng. .  .marine  engineer 


mfrs  agts  

. .  .manufacturers  agents 
mstr  mar.. master  mariner 

mer  merchant 

mdse  merchandise 

mech  mechanic 

mech  eng  

 mechanical  engineer 

messgr  messenger 

Meth  Methodist 

mfr  manufacturer 

mgr  manager 

mkr  maker 

mov  pict  opr  

moving  picture  operator 

mtrmn  motorman 

N  8  north  side 

Nat  National 

NE  northeast 

nr  near 

Nav  Co  Navigation  Co 

notary  notary  public 

NW  northwest 

NWP  RR  

NorthwesternPacificRRCo 

opr  operator 

Pac  Pacific 

paperhgr  paperhanger 

ptmmkr  pattern  maker 

photogr  photographer 

phys  physician 

pkr  packer 

PI  Place 

plastr  phisterer 

PMSS  Co  

....Pacific  MailSS  Co 
PT&T  Co  

Pac  Telephone  &  Tel  Co 

police  policeman 

PO  Postoffice 

pres  president 

Prim  Primary 

prin  principal 

prop  proprietor 

Pt  Point 

Pub  Co  Publishing  Co 

Pub  School.  .PubUc  School 
purch  agt. purchasing  agent 

qtrmstr  quartermaster 

r  residence 

Rd  Road 

real  est  real  estate 

repr  repairer 

Robt  Robert 

RR  Railroad 


Ry  Railway 

RMS  Railway  Mai  Serrie* 

salsn.  salesman 

Saml  Samuel 

Sav  Saviiigs 

Bchr  sehoonet 

sergt  sergeant 

SFFD  8  F  Fire  Dept 

SE  Boutheait 

sec  secretarjr 

Soc  Society 

solr  solicitor 

apl  special 

Sq  i  Svuare 

SO  Co.... Standard  OUCo 

S  s  south  side 

SS  Steamship 

SP  Co.  Southern  Pacific  Co 

SVW  Co  

. .  Spring  Valley  Water  Co 

steamftr  steamfitter 

steno   stenographer 

storekpr  storekeeper 

str  steamer 

supt  superintendent 

SW  southwest 

tchr  teacher 

tel  telephone 

tel  opr.  .telegraph  operator 

tilestr  tilesetter 

Ter  Terraca 

Theo  Theodora 

Thos  Thomas 

tmkpr  timekeeper 

tmstr  teamster 

trav  traveling 

treas  treasurer 

UI  Wks.  .Union  Iron  Works 

upholstr  upholsterer 

vet  surgeon  

 veterinary  surgeon 

v-pres  vice  president 

Whse  Warehouse 

WF  &  Co  

Wells  Fargo  &  Co  Express 

whsemn  warehouseman 

WUTel  Co  

.  .Western  Union  Tel  Co 

whol  wholesale 

Wm  WilUam 

wkr   worker 

Wks  Works 

WP  Ry  

Western  Pacific  Railway 
W  s  west  sid* 


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A-l  Baking  Co  379,  21st  At 

A  I  ELECTEIC  CONSTRUCTION  CO,  H.  Surry- 
hne  mgr,  electrical  contractors,  wiring  and 
supplies  78,  2d  tel  Sutter  7389 
A-Pache  Self-VulcanizinR  Patch  702  Polk 
ABC  Electrical  Co  2380  Market 
ABC  Guide  151  Minna 
A  B  C  Oil  Co  Mills  Bldg 
ABC  Transfer  &  Storage  Co  987  Howard 
A  O  TJ  "W  Hall  548  Haight 
A  P  "W  Paper  Co  593  Market 
Aabel  Paul  0  J  (Mary)  ironwkr  r  64  Delano  av 
Aagaard  Hans  S  decorator  r  1866  Sutter 
Aagard  Mary  elk  Pac  SS  Co  r  23  Noe 
Aalders  Henry  J  (Rosalie)  phys  995  Market 
Aanselman  Minnie  Mrs  with  Jewel  Tea  Co  r 

Daly  City 
Aarhaus  Arthur  r  162  Taylor 
Aarkrogh  Theo  C  eng  r  141  Brie 
AARON,  see  also  Aron 

"  Alfred  (Mary)  cond  r  1254,  17th  At 

"  Belle  N  dressmkr  1406  Hyde 

"  Emil  (Milly)  cigarmkr  r  1637  Clay 

"  (Jeo  A  waiter  r  917  Kearny 

"  Gustave  (Goldie)  drftsmn  r  562,  19th  At 

"  H  Richd  elk  r  324  Maple 

"  Hazel  leatherwkr  r  1220  OctaTia 

"  Jos  r  265  Laussat 

"  Kitty  E  r  324  Hyde 

"  Leopold  (Rae  B)  r  1822  Sacramento 

"  Oscar  (Rebecca)    (Wm  P  Connors  &  Co)  r 
1425  Cole 

"  Robt  butcher  r  265  Laussat 

"  Simon  (Nettie)  sec  Bauer  Bros  r  324  Maple 

"  Theresa  (wid  Harris)  r  1406  Hyde 

"  Victor  (Pauline)  pub  acct  785  Market  r  376 
16th  At 

Aaronson  Philip  V  osteopath  Flood  Bldg  r  800 
Bush 

Aareberg  Lauretz  (Anna)  seaman  r  20,Waltham 

Aanip  Haryey  C  metalwkr  r  2159  Mission 

Aarre  John  waiter  SP  Hospital 

Aasland  Thos  (Irma)  driller  r  3635,  23d 

Ababurko  Andrew  janitor  r  259,  6th 

Abacot  Apartments  685  Haight 

Abad  Jose  (Juanita)  lab  r  49  Jasper  PI 

Abadie  Simon  (Helene)  Indywkr  r  1627  Pierce 

Abalos  Josie  (wid  Peter)  r  527  Holy  Pk  Circle 

Abarca  Abraham  lab  r  773  Broadway 

Abare  Geo  L  (Alice  E)  ironwkr  r  4029  Folsom 

Abate  Antonio  lab  r  550  Green 

"  Caeser  carver  r  734  Union 

"  L  r  1212,  18th 

"  Nino  (Lucy)  candies  2000  McAllister 
"  Thos  (Cal  and  Italian  Products  Co)  r  1050 
Greenwich 

"  Vincent  (Lena)  (Abate  &  Bach)  r  909  Page 
"  &  Bach    (V   Abate  "W  Bach)    barbers  503 
Montgomery 
Abatti  Michael  mach  r  169  Lucky 

"  Samuel  (Philipa)  lab  r  169  Lucky 
Abaurrea  Martin  (Angela)  elk  Hotel  Espanol  r 

719  Broadway 
Abbaticola  Frank  (Mary)  barber  r  450  Vallejo 
Abbay    John    creamery    1031    Valencia   r  922c 
Valencia 

Abben   Katherine   D   Mrs    (Oscar  Abben  Elec 
Wks)  r  Oakland 
"  Oscar  Electrical  Works  509  Washington 
Abbert  Grafton  (Gertrude)  salsn  r  1306,  38th  At 
Abbett  Jas  M  patent  atty  Crocker  Bldg  r  Berke- 
ley 


Abbey  Alb  S  r  448  Laurel 

"  Apartments  450  Jones 

"  Chris  tinner  r  885  Folsom 

"  Clarence  S  r  34  Delmar 

"FT  miller  r  34  Delmar 

"  Edw  pres  Pac  Auto  Exchange  r  San  Mateo 

"  John  (Ethel)  elk  r  1735  Pine 

"  Lacey  E  checker  r  34  Delmar 

"  Land  &  Improvement  Co  209  Post 

"  Philip  J  (Ethel  H)  elk  E  V  Rideout  Co  r 
1735  Pine 

"  Raymond  O  ironwkr  r  34  Delmar 

"  Robt  L  rest  603  Laguna 

"  Thos  E  (Clara  B)  r  34  Delmar 

"  Winslow  adv  mgr  Daily  News  r  641  Post 
ABBOT  S  LEONARD  (Jeanie  0)  v-pres  and  eashr 
Security  Savings  Bank  r  2118  Vallejo 

"  S  Leonard  Jr  with  Maillard  &  Schmieden  r 
San  Rafael 

Abbotsford  Apartments  1300  Golden  Gate  Av 

ABBOTT  see  Abbot 
"A  elk  Lesser  Bros  Co  r  1979  Sutter 
"  A  A  Mrs  r  1105  Larkin 
"  Abraham  (Ida)  painter  r  643-5  Oak 
"  Addy  M  (wid  Chas  H)  r  2328  Franklin 
"  Agnes  H  (wid  Wm)  r  1336  Steiner 
"  Allan  H  (Mary)  auditor  r  2092  Broderick 
"  Allan  H  Jr  asst  mgr  r  2092  Broderick 
"  Alvin  A  r  1272,  48th  Av 
"  Anna  B  r  26  Bronte 
"  Annie  (wid  Alonzo  B)  r  1375  Grove 
"  Archibald  A  (Mae)  cond  r  156,  27th 
"  Arthur  lab  r  60,  7th 
"  Belle  nurse  r  cor  36th  At  and  Fulton 
"  Benj  timekpr  Ford  Auto  Co  r  737  Faxon  Av 
"  Carol  S  (wid  Geo  W)  r  879  Clayton 
"  Carolyn  M  tchr  r  4054,  18th 
"  Carroll  B  pres  Water  Wks  Sup  Co  r  Berkeley 
"  Clara  B  nurse  r  109  Pierce 
"  Clarence  T  storekpr  WUTel  Co  r  Alameda 
"  Chas  L  (Grace  D)  tmstr  r  26  Mullen  Av 
"  Chas  S  bellmn  r  516  O'Farrell 
"  Earl  R  (Rose)  lab  r  471  London 
"  Edw  A  (Ruth)  auto  mech  r  434.  44th  Av 
"  Edw  A  cond  r  87,  11th 
"  Edw  H  salsn  r  95.  5th  Av 
"  Edw  R  r  516  O'Farrell 
"  Edwin  L  (Ethel  M)  elk  r  36  Fair  Av 
"  Edwin  R  salsn  Olds  &  Stoller  r  400,  40th  av 
"  E  G  r  1937  Ellis 

"  Elbert  V  (Frances)  printer  r  420,  38th  Av 
"  Eugene  S  bkpr  r  2299  Sacramento 
"  P  H  Co  printers  545  Mission 
"  Frank  H  (Margaret)  pres  Hicks  Judd  r  69 
Vicksburg 

"  Frank  H  Jr  sec  F  H  Abbott  Co  mgr  Hicks 

Judd  Co  r  Oakland 
"  Fred  B  (Margery  E)  ftr  r  1630  Sanchez 
"  G  D  mining  sec  Crocker  Bide  r  Piedmont 
"  Geo  L  painter  r  100.  9th  Av 
"  (Jolde  (wid  David)  r  1555  Jackson 
"  Harold  messgr  Fed  Res  Bank  r  3227  Sacra- 
mento 

"  Jay  (Minnie)  tailor  r  501  Laguna 
"  J  G  bkbdr  r  1109  Ellis 

"  John  L  (Mary  M)  with  SO  Co  r  1452  Hyde 
"  John  W  bkpr  r  4054,  18th 
"  Julia  widow  r  349  Banks 
"  Kenneth  r  1401  Jones 
"  Laboratories  Phelan  Bldg 
"  Lavinia  B  (wid  Walter  B)  r  15  Ashbury  Ter 
"  Leroy  C  phys  135  Stockton 
"  Letter  Co  Ramsey  Oppenheim  Co  successors 
618  Mission 

"  Lonna  B  Miss  bkpr  Pac  Pipe  Co  r  1375  Grove 
"  Mary  (wid  John)  r  4054,  18th 


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ABBOTT 

"  Mary  G  (Smith  &  Abbott)  r  44,  3d 

"  Michael  E  driver  r  109  Lucky 

"  Ralph  H   (Martha  H)    acct  SP  Co  r  1346 

Broadway 
"  Ray   (Ethel)   carp  r  3190,  24th 
"  Rose  Mrs  r  2353  Post 
"  Roy  C  phys  Butler  Bldg 
"  Sarah   (wid  Alex)  r  450  Jones 
"  Sarah  (wid  Thos)  r  1272.  48th  Av 
"  Wm    (Jfarcaret)   prop  Hotel  Rosslyn  r  317 

Leavenworth 
"  Wm  H  (Anna  S)  r  100,  9th  Av 
"  Wm  H  (Carrie  W)  r  1401  Jones 
"  Wm  L  elk  r  1209  Valencia 
"  Wm  L  with  PMSS  r  536  Mason 
ABBOTT  WILLL&M  M,  eeni  attv,  TTRR.  Hol- 
brook  Bldg,  58  Sutter,  tel  Sutter  3200,  r 
Bohemian  Club,  tel  Eranklin  2441 
Abbruzzese    Antonio     (Antonette)     barber  502 

6th  r  974a  Harrison 
Abbruzzini  Elmer  driller  r  334  Winfield 
Abbuhl  Hewitt  I  lab  r  52  Gaven 

"  Jurd  brklayer  r  2437  San  Bruno  Av 
Abdelnour   Abdallah   rugs   1382    Sutter   r  1810 
Fillmore 

Abderholden  Albert  elk  SP  Co  r  2107%  Webster 
Abdy  Rowena  M  Mrs  artist  728  Montcomery 
Abee  Frank  painter  r  580  San  Bruno  Av 
Abeel  Edwin  A  eng  RR  Com  r  1010  Eddy 
Abegglen  C  steamftr  r  2908  Mission 
Abel  A  F  ironwkr  r  2432  Mission 
"  Albert  r  3897  Sacramento 
"  Anna  (wld  Herman)  r  269  Moultrie 
ABEL  ELBBED  C  (Anna)  asst  sec  Bank  of  Italy, 
r  1451  Taylor 
"  E  Marguerite  (wid  Emil)  r  3712  Army 
"  Emil  (Emma)  jeweler  1347  Polk  r  same 
"  Florence  r  1924  Golden  Gate  Av 
"  Geo  v-pres  Associated  Milk  Producers  53  Clay 
"  Margaret  widow  r  205  Precita  Av 
*'  Paul  lab  r  4515  Mission 
"  Paul  (Elizabeth)  pressmn  r  669  Shotwell 
"  Randolph  elk  r  205  Precita  Av 
"  Richard  H  (Margaret  H)  cashr  r  1814  Page 
"  Robt  (Cathrina)  carp  r  3835a  20th 
"  Sadie  A  (wid  GeoT  r  1451  Taylor 
"  Sigmund  (Johanna)  (Argonaut  Outfitting  Co) 

r  1704  Broderick 
"  Virginia  P  (wid  Wm)  r  1924  Golden  Gate  Av 
"  Wm  R   (Eble)   vrireless  opr  r  1924  Golden 
Gate  Av 

Abela  John  (Abela  &  Muscat)  r  2434  San  Bruno 
Av 

"  &  Muscat  (J  Abela  J  Muscat)  butchers  2434 
San  Bruno  Av 
Abele  John  shoemkr  r  3435,  19th 
Abelee  Jas  (Minnie)  tmstr  r  1561  Mason 
Abelein   Marie    corsetiere   212   Stockton   r  548 

Olive  Av 
Abelein  Therese  nurse  r  1485  Pine 
Abeles  Arthur  elk  r  1703  Hyde 

"  Henry  (Jessie)  r  1631  Larkin 
Abeling  August  jeweler  r  1110  Potrero  Av 
"  Geo  pres  Cal  Fruit  Selling  Co  r  2329  Divisa- 
dero 

"  Jos  A  elk  Assoc  Oil  Co  r  1110  Potrero  Av 
"  Mary  (wid  Clemence)  r  1110  Potrero  Av 
Abelins  Held  N  sec  G  M  Trent  r  Oakland 
Abell  Carl  elk  Am  Ex  Co  r  Berkeley 

"  John  L  r  543  Oak 
Abello  Chlaffredo   (Ludovica)   refreshments  493 

Broadway  r  1620c  Mason 
Abels  Geo  with  Ogden  Packing  &  Preserve -Co 
r  1721a  Scott 
"  Henry  L  (Katherine)  watchmn  r  837  Treat 
Av 

"  Herman  C  printer  r  938  Shotwell 

"  Herman  J  (Hazel)  printer  r  32a  Ringgold 

Abelstedt  Ewald  (Bonnie)  r  1044  Pine 

Atx-moyor  Isaac  r  1383  O'Farrell 

Abenantl  Harrv  r  555  Clavton 

Abend  Harry  tailor  r  1824  O'Farrell 
"  Nathan  (Pauline)  mctwkr  r  385  Ivv 
"  Saml  printer  672  Larkin  r  2353  Post 

Abendroth   Fredk   C    (Josephine   K)    tailor  782 
Halght 

"  <;uH  H  (Hedwlg)  snisn  r  503  Franklin 
Abonhclm  Fredk  B  (Edna  H)  with  Galland  Mer- 
cantile Ldy  r  310  Locust 
ABERG  see  also  Elberg 

Abercrnmble  liolllng  (Lillian)  mining  eng  r  1120 
Jackson 

"  Mllo  Mrs  r  Fairmont  Hotel 
Al>erdeen  Apartments  1224  Hyde 
AlHTle    Wm   V   elk    Lllibv   .McXolll   &   Llbbv  T 
YMCA 

Abcrnatbie  Dora  Mrs  r  1310  Octavia 

•■  .lack  dk   Hotel  Woodstock 
Abeninthy    St    KImo    with    Chicago  Pneumatic 
Tool  f'o  r  Berkeley 

•■  Wni  C  Janitor  r  1».'52  Fell 
Aliornctbv  J   A  elk  r  1411.  .3d 

••  Jas  McC  (Nelllct  plnHtr  r  133  Naples 

"    Win  S   iChinil   r  VI  I.ipimrd 


Aberouette  Felix  r  1151  Plymouth  Av 
"  Hortense  (wid  Jean)  r  1151  Plymouth 

Av 

Aberson  Byrd  elk  r  3358.  24th 
Abiko  K  (Yona)  r  2310  Un'on 

Abinanti  Jos  (Antoniettei  butcher  r  1142  Treat 
Av 

ABINGDON  PRESS  THE,  Howard  M  Boy  mgr 

5-7  City  Hall  Av,  tel  Market  72 
Able  Mfg  Co  auto  locks  731  Folsom 

"  Viola  B  waitress  r  195,  7th 
Abies  Lawrence  carp  r  338,  3d 
"  Mary  elk  Anglo  London  Paris  Nat  Bank  r 
1721  Pacific  Av 
Abney  Chas  L  (Cooper)  driver  r  832  Douglas 
"  Jacob  K  collr  PT&T  Co  r  186,  11th  At 
"  John  N  (Martha)  lab  r  56  Vesta 
Abood  Nicholas  shoemkr  r  3122,  16th 
Abor  B  S  ironwkr  r  407  Tehama 
ABRAHAU  see  also  Abrahams,  Abrahm,  Abram 
and  Abrams 
"  Alma  Mrs  pres  Rosenblum  Abraham  Co  Inc 

r  1029  Fell  • 
"  Belle  (wid  Hyman)  r  77  Parnassus  Av 
"  Benj  musician  r  68  Haight 
"  Benno  M  elk  r  77  Parnassus  Av 
"  Bros  com  510  Battery 
"  Chas  tailor  349  Presidio  Av 
"  Chas  J  druggist  1198  McAllister  r  68  Jordan 
Av 

"  Frank  (Rose)  barber  r  218,  6th  Av 
"  Fred  r  63  Turk 

"  Fred  A  H  (Christine)  elk  r  2321  California 
"  Gabriel  organist  r  615,  12th  Av 
"  Gertrude  Mrs  r  1457  Jones 
"  Harold  J  atty  Chronicle  Big  r  615,  12th  Av 
"  Harry  (Bertha^  civ  eng  r  1161  Hayes 
"  Harry  P    (Florence)   waiter  r  2554  Sacra- 
mento 

"  Isador  tailor  r  2760  Baker 
"  Isidore  (Dora)  barber  r  1745  Ellis 
"  Jacob   (Ray)   salsn  L  Hlrsch  &  Co  r  615 
12th  Av 

"  Laura  V  (wid  Louis)  r  461  Noe 

"  Louis  (Clara)  r  1251  Hyde 

"  Margharita  (wid  Meyer)  r  743  Ttjrk 

"  Mary  D  Mrs  r  671  Florida 

"  Maurice    (Alma)    mgr    Rosenblum  Abraham 

Co  r  1029  Fell 
"  Max  clothing  411  Columbus  Av  r  1829  Hyde 
"  Morris  r  1179  Pine 
"  Morris  musician  r  120  Ellis 
"  Morris  tailor  r  2178  Bush 
"  Nathan  sec  D  S  Stein  Co  46  Davis 
"  Nathan  I  (Carrie)  salsn  r  805  Lake 
"  Paul  r  826  Clayton 
"  Ray  (wid  Meyer)  r  530  Ashbury 
"  Robt  (Gertrude)  salsn  S  L  Hoffman  r  1457 

Jones 

"  Saml  J  salsn  r  68  Jordan  Av 
"  Wm  P  (Eleanor)  salsn  Pac  Imp  Co  r  931 
Stanyan 

Abrahams  A  &  M  clothing  20  Embarcadero 
"  Abraham  (Belle)   (A  &  M  Abrahams)  r  2665 
Sacramento 

"  Alfred  B  cigars  502  Battery  r  2616a  Webster 
"  Alfred  Mrs  widow  r  2504  Sacramento 
"  Harry  W  salsn  Max  Abrahams  r  1000  Sutter 
"  Henrietta  (wid  Max)  pres  Max  Abrahams  r 

1000  Sutter 
"  Howard  L  dental  mech  r  1826  Buchanan 
"Jos  r  1138  McAllister 

"  Joa  (Julia)  tailor  1514  Larkin  r  2656  Bush 

"Mr  505  Geary 

"  Marc  phys  78  Fair  Oaks 

"  Mary  J  Mrs  r  4170.  17th 

"  Max  (Inc)  whol  iewelers  717  Market 

"  Mary  (wid  Philip)  r  4150,  17th 

"  Morris  tailor  2178  Bush 

"  Myer    (Lillle)    (A  &  M  Abrahams)   r  1828 
Buchanan 

"  Nathan  (Rebecca)  store  r  1138  McAllister 
"  Newton  salsn  C  H  Baker  r  2100  California 
"  Oscar  (May)  painter  r  346  Scott 
"  Paul  D  driver  r  4150.  17th 

"  Rlchd  D  salsn  Max  Abrahams  r  1000  Sutter 
"  Theo  r  571  McAllister 
Abrahamsen  A  r  961  Pine 
"  Alfred  J  student  r  421  Ashbury 
"  Andrew  shipwright  r  421  Ashbury 

ABRAHAMSEN  G.  0. 

(May  F),  submarine  diver,  contractor, 
salvager  and  wrecker,  hoisting  and  trans- 
porting heavy  material,  166  Steuart,  tel 
Kearny  271,  r  421  Ashbury,  tel  Park  3383 

"  0\inlpk  O  Jr  r  421  Ashbury 

"  Knspor  firemn  r  229  Cumberland 
ABRAHAMSON  see  also  Abrahamsen  and  Ab- 
ramson 

"  At.cl  r  S.^n  Ootavia 

"  Abraham  r  2917  Jackson 

"  Adolph  (Anna)  mech  r  268  Chenery 

"  Albert  r  1369  Hyde 

"  .Mcx  iis.st  mgr  Thi>  Emporium  r  327  Locust 


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ABBAHAMSON 
"  Andrew  (Minnie)  delicacies  3783,  24tli  r  391 
Elizabeth 

"  Benj  P  (Hose)  eng  r  1235  Fulton 
"  Building  319  Grant 

"  Carl  (Elfreda)  elk  Ford  Motor  Co  r  1059  Fell 

"  Chas  E  (Selma)  foremn  r  345  Madrid 

"  Edw  DeB  (Agnes)  mach  r  1351  Webster 

"  Gustave  (Sarah)  r  1369  Hyde 

"  Henry  (Rebecca)  r  3798  Clay 

"  Herman  salsn  McLeod  Merc  Co  r  327  Locust 

"  Hjalmar    (Josephine)   auto  repr  r  633  Van 

Ness  At 
"  Hugo  r  1040  Van  Ness  At 
"  Ira  nrtrs  agt  833  Market  r  1369  Hyde 
"  Josephine  A  (wid  John  D)  r  130  SilTer  At 
"  Julius  (Eebecca)  r  3569  Washington 
"  Mayo  G  (Elsie)  (Sanitary  Products  Co)  r  111 

11th  »A.v 
"  Sol  r  327  Locust 
"  Sophie  -widow  r  2635,  21st 
Abrahm  Benj    (Dorothy)    (Meyer  Cloak  &  Suit 
Co)  r  1426  Fulton 
"  Henry  phys  r  1426  Fulton 
"  Saml  (Sadie)  (Karsky  &  Abrahm)  r  165,  18th 
"Shelly  (Rena)  sausaeemfr  r  1610a  Larkln 
"  H  embroiderer  Cohen  Dress  Co  r  1084  Mc- 
Allister 
"  Morris  r  1053  Bush 
Abram  I  H  salsn  r  845  Buchanan 
"  Isidore  M  (Flora)  (Monarch  Mfg  Co)  r  1619 

Fulton 
"  John  r  11  Taylor 
"  Madge  r  1263  Octavia 
"  Wm  R  1263  Octayia 
Abramopoulos  Christos  A  phys  Phelan  Bldg  r 
640  Eddy 

AbramoTitz  Saml  (Paulina)  furniture  1062  Mc- 
Allister r  1056  McAllister 
Abramowitz  Jos  L  2dhd  clothing  190,  4th  r  935 
McAllister 

ABRAHS  see  also  Abraham,  Ahrahan^s  and  Al)- 
rahm 

"  Abraham  tailor  828  Irying 
"  Abraham  news  agt  r  903  Diyisadero 
"  Albert  phys  r  2135  Sacramento 
"  Ahna  Mrs  r  285,  17th  At 
"  Amelia  (wid  Jonas)  r  1445  Buchanan 
"  Annie  widow  r  1940  Leavenworth 
"  Arthur  L  salsn  No  Percentage  Drug  Co  r  1717 
Bush 

"  Auguste   (wid  Abraham)  r  1449  O'Farrell 
"  Beatrice   pub   steno   105   Montomery   r  805 
Bush 

"  Belle  elk  r  805  Bush 

"  Bernard  elk  L  Dinkelspiel  Co  r  1717  Bush 
"  Bertha  (wid  Dayid)  r  1690  Broadway 
ABRAHS  CO.  THE,  J  L  Abrams  geu  mgr,  cloth- 
ing for  men  and  women,  51  Stockton,  tel 
Sutter  5115 

"  Clara  M  with  H  M  Abrams  Co  r  1000  Sutter 

"  Edgar  (Jessie)  elk  r  1407  Hyde 

"  Edith  Mrs  r  829  Corbett  Ay 

"  Elsa  L  artist  r  648  Ashbury 

"  Emanuel  chauffr  r  17  College  At 

"  Fannie  cashr  O'Connor  Moffatt  &  Co  r  1150 

O'Farrell 
"  Geo  ironwkr  r  903  DiTisadero 
"  Gus   (Gussie)   drug  sundries  604  Mission  r 

1679  Broderick 
"  Harry   (Eva)    carp  r  134  Hale 
"  Harry  (Florence)  brakemn  r  1677  Fulton 
"  Henry  M   (Mae)    (Henry  M  Abrams  Co)  r 

433  Powell 

"  Henry  M  Co  (H  M  Abrams)  whol  jewelers 

209  Post 
"  Hilda  A  r  262  Andoyer 
"  Hyman  capmkr  r  17  College 
"  Isadore  H  salsn  Met  Bedding  Mfg  Co  r  845 
Buchanan 

"  Jacob  L  (Belle)  gen  mgr  Abrams  Co  r  563 
10th  At 

"  Jas  D  bkpr  Shell  Co  r  648  Ashbury 
"  Jas  E  (Maria)  barber  r  49  Bessie 
"  Jas  S  bkpr  r  648  Ashbury 
"  John  salsn  r  790  Page 
"  Jos  candies  1651  Fillmore  r  86  Fair  Oaks 
"  Jos  elk  r  903  DiTisadero 
"  Jos  grocer  r  358  Frederick 
"  Jos  mfrs  agt  Phelan  Bldg 
"  Julius  r  358  Frederick 
"  Julius  real  est  r  78  Fair  Oaks 
"  KeTe  r  1836  Folsom 
"  Leo  elk  r  358  Frederick 
"  Lillie  elk  r  1445  Buchanan 
ABKAHS    LOUIS    (Fannie)    pres  Metropolitan 

Bedding  Co,  r  845  Buchanan 
"  Louis   (Helen)    (Zeidler  &  Abrams)   r  2101 

Hayes 

"  Louis  T-pres  TJ  S  Faucet  Co  r  3508  Sacra- 
mento 

"  M  L   Co    (M  L  Abrams   S   M  Waterman) 

jobbers  leather  goods  833  Market 
"  Mannie  nmch  r  17  College 
"  Margaret  bkpr  r  1940  LeaTenworth 
"  Margaret  (wid  John)  r  825  Cole 


ABRAMS 
"  Marion  (wid  Oscar)  r  253  Carl 
"  Marion  J  elk  r  648  Ashbury 
"  Mathilde  J  artfst  r  1829  Hyde 
"  Max   (Fannie)   dept  mgr  Rosenthals  r  1446 
Jackson 

"  Max   (Minnie)   salsn  Hyman  &  Bernstein  r 

512a  Clement 
"  Minna  (wid  Bernhard)  r  574,  26th  At 
"  Morris  (Annie)  mer  r  2153  Sacramento 
"  Morris  salsn  Hippodrome  Cigar  Co  r  11  Jones 
"  Morris  (Rose)  tailor  r  1717  Bush 
"  Moses  L  (Hannah)  (M  L  Abrams  &  Co)  833 

Market  r  830  Sutter 
"  Nat  B  (Rose)  acct  r  486  Hayes 
"  Nathan    (ETelyri)    underwear  52   Sansome  r 

209,  10th  At 
"  Nicholas   (Ruth)  mgr  Western  Agencies  Co 

r  423.  15th  At 
"  P  C  r  641  O'Farrell 

"  Phoebe  Mrs  asst  buyer  Willards  r  956  Post 
"  Ralph  r  1550  Polk 

"  Ray  (wid  Lippman)  r  903  DiTisadero 
"  Robt  B  (Caroline)  salsn  r  1685  Page 
"  Ruben  salsn  r  1836  Folsom 
"  Saral  elk  R  &  L  Myers  r  1150  Sanchez 
"  Saml  W  (Birdie  E)  salsn  Rosenthals  r  1327 
Masonic 

"  Sidney  H  (Maydee)  ins  r  4  Sloat  BlTd 

"  Sigmund  tailor  Phelan  Bldg  r  240  O'Farrell 

"  Sophia  A  tchr  pub  school  r  1690  Broadway 

"  Sylvain  S  bkpr  r  2135  Sacramento 

"  Tillie  Mrs  elk  r  121.  12th  At 

"  Walter  S  (Ida.  M)  real  est  648  Ashbury 

"  Wm  (Gladys)  r  268,  22d  Ay 

"  Winifred  B  Mrs  elk  Goldwyn  Dist  Corp  r 

378  Golden  Gate  At 
"  Z  fr  Plate  r  526  Ellis 

"  Zelda  bkpr  Smoot  Mfg  Co  r  845  Buchanan 

Abramsky  Ella  r  1201  Gough 

ABEAMSON  see  also  Abrahamson 
"  Adolph  bridgemn  r  253,  3r(J 
"  Annie  Mrs  2dhd  goods  261,  6th 
"  Harry  (Lena)  tailor  r  1565  Scott 
"  Pearl  N  (wid  Edw)  r  611  Baker 
"  Reuben  (Annie)  cabtmkr  r  261.  6th 

Abras  Roger  (Maria)  barber  2226  Union  r  2524 
Clay 

Abrate  Jos  (Rose)  prop  Hotel  de  Paris  801 
Vallejo 

"  Jos  waiter  r  912  Jackson 

"  Louis  (Colombe)  lino  opr  r  1804  Grant  At 

"  Louis  refreshments  1028  Kearny 
Abrazzini  Ernest  (Rosa)  r  681  San  Bruno 
Abrego  Abdel  S  elk  SP  Co  r  233  Lake 

"  Alma  r  1225,  17th  At 
Abreo  Manuel  D  eng  SFFD  r  1331.  19th  At 
Abreu  Joaquin  S  (Anna)  cabtmkr  r  4263.  22d 

"  Jos  with  Redlick-Newman  Co  r  4263.  22d 
Abrlol  Ruftno  surgeon  US  Im  Serr  r  605  Mont- 
gomery 

Abruzzo  Michele  (Theresa)  tailor  737  Cortland 
ay  r  410  Teddy  Ay 

Absalson  Porflrio  (Julia)  cigarmkr  r  347  Pros- 
pect At 

Abshire  XaTia  bkpr  L  R  Coplin  &  Bro  r  1623 

McAllister 
Absolute  Auto  Lock  225  Market 
Abt  Moriz  (Louise)  grocer  1499,  9th  At 

"  Wm  (Rose)  conftr  r  1356  Sacramento 
Abunz  Angelina  (wid  Manuel)  r  1728  Steiner 
Acacia  Apartments  1160  Taylor  and  1700  Gold- 
en Gate  At 
Academy  Building  356  Pine 

"  of  Sciences  GG  Park 

"  of  the  Immaculate  Conception  1214  Guerrero 
"  of  the  Sacred  Heart  2700  Jackson 
Acalin  Jeremiah  (Gerbich  &  Acalin)  r  48  Gari- 
baldi 

Acanthus  Apartments  120  Pierce 

ACASON  MOTOR  SALES  CO.  Dan  Gilkey  pres, 
R  W  Brown  y-pres,  G  R  Mxmkers  sec- 
treas,  Acason  trucks,  39  Van  Ness  At,  tel 
Market  2323 

Acclari  F  r  1465  Grant  -av 

Accordo  Frank  lab  Cal  Supply  Co  r  135%  Val- 
paraiso 

Accornero  Clement  (Rose)  lab  r  913.  22d 
"  J  hlpr  McCormick  Bros  r  125  Park 
"  Renatto  (Marie)  molder  r  125  Park 
"  Wm  lab  r  125  Park 
ACCOUNTING  MACHINE  CO   INC,  "Century- 
Adding  and  Calculating  Machines  Monad- 
nock  Bldg. 

Accurath  Wm  (Pac  Hair  Goods  Co)  r  2140 
Pierce 

Aced  May  (wid  Henry)  r  841  Union 
ACEDA  CO,  mineral  water  36  Beldeman 
Aceret  Emil  (Katherine)  foremn  r  717  Baker 

"  Herbert  shirtctr  r  717  Baker 
ACETYLENE  APPLIANCE  MANUFACTURING 
CO.  oxy-acetylene  welding  and  cutting 
torches,  "A  A"  brand  generators  for  light- 
ing and  cooking,  welding  accessories  and 
fluxes,  306,  1st  nr  Webster,  tel  Oakland 
640 


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ACETYLENE 

"  Welding   Works   1803  Mission 
Aceves  Narclso  D  (Anna)  r  2320  Sutter 
Acevs  Arthur  (Anne)  carp  r  433  Elizabeth 
ACH  see  also  Asch  and  Ashe 

"  Henry  (Julia)  atty  544  Market  r  1000  Sutter 
Achard  Chas  S  with  Bank  of  California  N  A  r 
163,  7th  Av 

"  Elizabeth  I  E  sec  Cjtus  Peirce  &  Co  r  163 
7  th  At 

"  Maud  with  Merc  Nat  Bank  of  SF  r  163.  7th 
Av 

"  Wm  L  salsn  Witzel  &  Baker  r  710  Ellis 
ACHESON  see  Aitchison,   Atchinson,  Atchison 
and  Atkinson 
"  B  Mrs  r  1575  Washington 
"  Clara  L  Mrs  r  760  Fell 
Achenbach    Moore    S    (Hazel    J)    with    H  K 

McCann  Co  r  1236  Washington 
Achstetter  Anton  (Clara)  cabtmkr  r  61  Morse 

"  Edw  plastr  r  61  Morse 
Achtman  T  r  971  Mission 
Achtsnichts  C  G  r  1740  Polk 
Acimovich   Louis    (Florentine)    Com  515  Mont- 
gomery 

Ackel  Edw  (Effie)  barber  r  255.  5th  At 

"  Jas  tailor  427  Clement 
Ackenheil  Mitchel  (Bee)   r  876  Waller 

"  Peter  fireman  SFFD  r  876  Waller 
ACKER  see  Aker 

"  Claire  eng  r  1602  Bush 

"  Franz  (Johanna)  tailor  227  Fillmore 

"  Lois  E  elk  Fed  Hes  Back  r  2429  Vallejo 
ACKER  NICHOLAS  A,  patent,  atty,  68  Post,  r 
Oakland 

"  Saml  A  (Maty  K)  optician  r  476  Noe 
"  Wm  (Annie)  auto  mech  r  1078  Golden  Gate 
At 

"  Wm    (Margaret)    watchmn   r    1254  Mont- 
gomery 

"  &  Totten  (N  A  Acker  H  A  Totten)  patent 
attys  68  Post 
Ackerland  Chas  A  (Lena  L)  barber  r  189  Cres- 
cent At 
ACKERMAN  see  Akerman 
"  Agnes   (wid  Carl)   r  505a  Shotwell 
"  Albert  D  (Lulu)  r  4843,  17th 
"  August  elk  Wells  Fargo  Not  Nat  Bank  r 
Berkeley 

"  Bridget  (wid  Jacob)  r  222  Diamond 

"  Caroline  (wid  Algut)  r  29  Rivoli 

"  Chas  F  elk  r  2738  Folsom 

"  Chas  H  (Elizabeth)  seamn  r  2738  Folsom 

"  Chas  H  salsu  A  Carlisle  &  Co  r  Kentfield 

"  E  R  Mrs  r  Cl'n  Hotel 

"  Frank  G  r  2380  Bryant 

"  Fred  W  acct  J  O  Sully  &  Co  r  29  Rivoli 

"  Geo  elk  SO  Co  r  521  Post 

"  Geo  with  SF  Hospital 

"  Geo  W  salsn  Am  Indemnity  Ex  r  1350  Pine 

"  Hans  mach  r  109  Whittier 

"  Harrv  J  salsn  r  286  Farallones 

"  Henrietta  Mrs  r  1309  Hyde 

"  Irving   C    (Gertrude)    (Ackerman   &  Oppen- 
heim)  r  2201  Van  Ness  At 

"  Isidore  S  (Matilda)  r  2454  Broadway 

"  Jas  A  (Minta)  r  2973  Jackson 

"  John  (Rosa)  lab  r  236  Shotwell 

"  John  A  (Mary  M)  cooper  r  710  Girard 

"  John  D  atty  45  Kearny  r  Oakland 

"  John  P  carp  r  3912  Folsom 

"  Julia  Mrs  r  1618  Broderick 
ACKERMAN    LLOYD    S    (Sloss    Ackerman  & 
Bradley),  atty.  Mills  Bldg.  r  ^300  Washing- 
ton 

"  Louis  sec  Plg'n  Whistle  r  3300  AVashing- 
ton 

"  Marguerite  A  r  154  Alpine  Ter 
"  Afartin  (Ella)  cond  r  408a  Clement 
"  Maurice  M  elk  Tillman  &  Bendel  r  222  Dia- 
mond 

"  Nellie  p\ib  steno  681  Market 

"  Oscar  R  bkbndr  r  727  Capp 

"  Robt  L  asst  mgr  Arnstein  Simon  &  Co  r 

Argonaut  Club 
"  S  r  1000  Sutter 

"  Saml  J  treas  D  N  &  E  Walter  r  Alameda 
"  S  K  r  111  Taylor 

"  Wm   B    (XIary)    (Dictating   Machine   Co)  r 

1353,  23d  At 
"  AVm  G  salsn  r  29  RIvoU 
"  &  Harris  agts  Locw  luc  281  O'Farrell 
"  &    Oppenhelm    (I    C    Ackerman    M  Oppen- 
helm)  attys  281  O'Farrell 
Ackcrmann  Albert  watchmn  r  2.')05  BrTant 
"  Anton  (Alvina)  malster  r  803  ClaTton 
"  Fred   (Nellie)  salsn  r  220  Valencia 
ACKERSON   see  Acheson,   Atchison.  Atchinson 
and  Atkinson 
"  Anna  W  Mrs  stcno  Truscon  .Steel  Co  r  440 
<;parv 

"  ClinH  H  (Maude)  elk  r  890  Oak 
"  Kathorlne  A   (wid  Wm  W)  r  1243  Masonic 
Av 

"  Mary  E  (wid  Geo  E)  r  1477  Geary 
"  Will   I  Miiri;iiri'I  I   ninrh  r  loi!)  Army 


ACKLEY     EDWARD,     prin     Coast  Collection 
Agency,  127  Montgomery,  r  1561  Willard 

"  Libbie  (wid  Robt)  r  267b.  10th 

"  Mary  E  widow  r  1925  Gough 

"  Saml  P  sec  B  F  Sturtevant  Co  r  Alameda 
Acklyn  Blanche  widow  r  46  Julian  Av 
ACKMAN  see  Akmann 
Acme  Ambulance  Co  2570  Bush 

"  Auto  Supply  Co  891  Valencia 

"  Distributing  Co  2491  Mission 

ACME  ENGINE  COMPANY 

Jas  S  Hawkins  pres,  C  C  Kriemler  v-pres, 
Cr  A  Feldman  sec,  Richard  Froboese  chief 
engr,  marine  and  stationary  gas  and  oil 
engines,  office  and  plant  163  Uain,  tel 
Sutter  3626  (See  Page  89) 

"  Garage   424  Stanyan 

"  Grocery  Co  2848  Mission 

"  Hardwood  Floor  Co  1144  Sutter  * 

"  Hotel  819  Mission 

"  Import  &  Export  Co  461  Market 

"  Investment  Co  785  Slarket 

"  Land  Co  624  California 

ACME  LAW  AND  COLLECTION 

AGENCY,  C  D  Good  mgr,  nersonal  collec- 
tions by  bonded  collectors,  comnetent  legal 
department  for  commercial  law.  948  Market 
(over  Bank  of  Italy)  tel  Kearny  1338  (See 
Page  74) 

ACME  LOAN  CO,   C  O  Drake  genl  mgr.  819 

Chronicle  Bldg,  tel  Sutter  6639 
ACME  LUMBER  CO,  redwood  and  pine  lumber, 
office   and  yard,   6th  and   Channel,  tel 
Sutter  6170 
"  Machine  Works  19  Tehama 
"  Mfg  Co  cotton  goods  154  Sutter 
"  Manufacturing  AVorks  660  Turk 
"  Motor  Truck  Agency  145  Hayes 
"  Nut  Co  1149a  Diyisadero 
ACME  PACKING  CORPORATION  OF  CAL.,  W 
E  Pemberton  T-pres-mgr,  packers  of  canned 
meats,  jellies  and  preserTes,  canned  fruits, 
512,  2d  at  Bryant,  tel  Douglas  2396 
"  Paper  Box  Co  68  Fremont 
"  Photo  EngraTing  Co  259  Minna 
"  Planing  Mill  1907  Bryant 
"  Radiator   &  Pender  AVorks  Otto  Rastorfer 

prop  608  Van  Ness  At 
".Safety  AVindow  &  Screen  Co  77  O'Farrell 
"  Steel  Goods  209  California 
"  Theatre    1249  Stockton- 
"  Therapeutics  1005  Market 
"  Transfer  &  Storage  Co  329  O'Farrell 
"  White  Lead  &  Color  Works  1484  Market 
"  AVindow  Cleaning  Co  1005  Mission 
Acosta   Cosme   D    (Hortense)    prop   La  Bonita 
Theatre  r  419,  20th  At 
"  Ella  (wid  Bernabe)  r  945  Golden  Gate  Av 
"  Francisca  r  1322  Taylor 
"  Frank  cook  r  1555  Mason 
"  Fernando  (Isabel)  lab  r  273  Green 
"  Geo  r  939  Ellis 
"  Isaac  lab  r  239,  3d 
"  Pedro  r  939  Ellis 
Acousticon  Co  Monadnock  Bldg 
Acq.uioti  Henry  lab  r  935  Columbus  Av 
Acquistapace  Eugene  lab  UI  Wks  r  920  Mont- 
gomery 

"  Lugi  lab  TJI  AATcs  r  920  Montgomery 
ACRES  see  Akers 

Acropolis    Pete   candies    2105   Fillmore   r  2254 
California 

Actis  Jos  T  (Mary)  lab  r  279  Munich 
"  Chas  (Mathilda)  car  repr  r  536  Munich 
"  Louis   (Rigassio)   lab  r  630  Athens 

Acton  Adjusting  &  Collection  Agency  1005  Mar- 
ket 

"  Albert  T  bkpr  r  1043  Pierce 
"  Arthur  (Mabel)  lab  r  22  Linda 
"  Edwin    G    (Richrd   Acton    &    Son)    r  1365 
A^alencia 

"  Geo    W    (Gertrude)    T-pres    Frank  Howard 

Allen  Co  r  756,  24th  At 
"  Herbert  M  (Margaret  G)  Acton  Adjusting  & 

Collection  Agcy  r  763  Clayton 
"  J  r  945  Larkin 

"  John  B  (Edith)  collr  r  1043  Pierce 
"  Martin  J  lab  US  Customs  r  Berkeley 
"  Richrd  (Mary)  Richrd  Acton  &  Son)  r  1365 
A'alencia 

"  Richrd  &  Son  (R  and  E)  harness  1367  Va- 
lencia 

"  Rlchd  S  drnftsmn  H  H  Meyers  r  945  Lnrkin 
ACTON   WILLIAM  B    (Lillian),   atty  at  law, 
1020  Merchants  Exch  Bldg.  tel  Sutter  2726. 
r  86.  35th  Av 
Ada  Apartments  2047  Mission 
Adagio  Jos  butcher  2004  Powell  r  337  Union 
Adair  Alice  steno  r  70,  Gth  Av 

Alex  (Daisy)  rigger  r  1050  DeHaro 
Anna  E  tchr  Pub  School  r  1740  Sacramento 
Chas  H  (Lena)  phys  r  1307,  2d  Av 
Clarence  E  (Emily)  mar  eng  r  139  Divlsadero 
Ellen  .Mrs  (wid  Cfo  O)  r  327  Parnassus 


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ADAIR 

"  Emelia   (wid  Wm)  r  378,  31st  At 

"  Harold   C   dentist  Flood  Bide  r  175  San 

Leandro  Way 
"  Jos  janitor  r  1103  Laffuna 
"  Leslie  G  (Juanita)  mfg  agt  461  Market  r 

346  Boeana 
"  Louise  (wid  Benj  C)  r  32  Dwlght 
"-R  F  salsn  r  62  Turk 
"  Eollo  elk  Proctor  &  Gamble  r  TMCA 
"  "Win   H    (Clara   M)    druggist   r   175  San 
Leandro  Way 

Adalon  Apartments  1778  Mission 

Adam  A  L  elk  PO  r  San  Anselmo 
"  Anton  W  (Ida)  steward  r  16  Cumberland 
"  August  J  (Mary)  Indywkr  r  3032  Steiner 
"  Bert  Godair  Mrs  tchr  music  r  403  Clayton 
"  Chas  H  (Erna)  driyer  r  75  Pearl 
"  Geo  (Alice  D)  phys  r  1403  Hyde 
"  Building  114  Sansome 
"  Harry  elk  Matson  Nay  Co  r  Berkeley 
"  Henry  r  1147  Folsom 

"  Herman    (Freda)   y-pres   Cal  Card  Mfg  Co 

r  370  Parnassus  Ay 
"  -Hill  Co  (P  M  Adam  F  L  Hill)  mfrs  agts 

96,  9tli 

"  Jas  G  T   (Margaret)   blksmith  r  3508,  26th 
"  Jean  J  tchr  French  r  1551  Leayenworth 
"  John  r  495  Valencia 
"  John  (Clara)  eng  r  1757  Howard 
"  John  E  (Mary)  mach  r  1767  G«ary 
"  Jos  A  (Berta)  caretaker  r  403  Clayton 
"  Peter  M  (Adam-Hill  Co)  r  Oakland 
"  Richd  (Elsie)  salsn  Cal  Jewelry  Co  r  3919 
19th 

ADAM  ROBT  A,   mgr  Potrero  Branch  Anglo- 
California  Trust  Co,  r  734  Bush 
"  Tabea  (wid  Kobt)  r  199  Joost  Ay 
ADAM'S  LADIES  AND  GENTS  TAILOR,  suits 
made   to   order,    cleaning   and  pressing, 
1510  Hyde,   tel  Franklin  8954 
Adamee  V  r  528  Kearny 
ADAMI  see  Adamy  and  Adema 
"  Aurelio  janitor  SP  Co  Bldg  r  909  Greenwich 
"  Chas  H  plumber  2272  Union 
"  Geo  H  appr  r  4168,  23d 

"  Henry  W  photostat  opr  Bd  Pub  AVks  r  4168 
23d 

"  Katherine  (wid  Philip)  r  1321  Quesada  Ay 

"  Mary  (wid  John)  r  2272  Union 

"  Ralph  whsemn  M  Getz  &  Co 

"  Walter  ironwkr  r  1321  Quesada  At 

"  Wm  (Mary)  shipwright  r  1091  York 

"  Wm  J  electn  r  4168,  23d 
Adamich  Jos  tailor  r  2115  Bush 
Adamis  Jos  (Clotilda)  cook  r  1180  Broadway 

"  Manlio  mach  r  1180  Broadway 
Adams  A  salsn  J  H  Newbauer  &  Co  r  340  Eddy 

"  A  Mrs  elk  r  1563  Lyon 

"  A  A  foremn  UKB  r  27  Parsons 

"  Albert  shoemkr  r  3551,  24th 

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O'Farrell 

"  Alex  elk  r  193,  4th 

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Funston  Ay 
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"  Anna  B  steno  r  1637  Larkin 
ADAMS   ANNETTE   A,   U   S   Atty  (Northern 

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of  SF  r  Alameda 
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Oaks 

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ADAMS-BALCOM   CO,   magnesia  coverings  and 
minerals,  700  Call  Bldg,  tel  Sutter  5020 
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"  C  E  musician  r  170,  6th  At 

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Humboldt  Bank  Bldg,  tel  Douglas  22S.  r 

2300  Jackson 
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ADAMS  CHARLES  F  (Agnes  K)  atty-at-Iaw, 
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Douglas  238.  r  4253,  18th 
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"  Chris  (Ruth  M)  cond  r  616  Shrader 
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835  O'Farrell 
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Ness  At 

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32d  Av 

"  Gideon  J  (Annie  A)  elk  r  2696  Bush 
"  Grace  Mrs  r  916  Pacific 
"  Gustave  chauffr  r  3221,  20th 
"  Gustave  salsn  r  837  Alvarado 
"  Gustave  P  (Amalia)  brewer  r  40  ColUntrwood 
"  G  Ward  (Adams  &  Co)  r  766  Sutter 
"HA  Mrs  with  Bankers  &  Shippers  Ins  Co 
r  1190  Pine 

"  Harriet  L  bkpr  Sanborn  Map  Co  r  465,  32d  Av 

"  Harry  lab  r  1  Dawson  PI 

"  Harry  A  (Jennie)  cooper  r  1821  Alabama 

"  Harry  B  Christian  Scientist  133  Geary 

"  Harry  E  (Florence)  supt  r  9  Scott 

"  Harry  G  elk  r  1324  Jackson 

"  Harry  H  elk  r  2432  Mission 

"  Harry  R  cond  r  1005  Powell 

"  Hattie  Mrs  r  1221  Union 

"  Helen  D  (wid  Geo  M)  r  1274,  8th  Av 

"  Helen  G  Mrs  r  1683  Oak 

"  Henry  r  2934  Fillmore 

"  Henry  P  mfrs  act  210  Post  r  Alameda 

"  Henry  P  (Pearl)  r  61.  6th  Av 

"  Herbert  B  (Zaidee)  elk  r  1239,  7th  Av 

"  Hiram  elk  r  541  WashinRton 

"  H  J  (Isabell)  tilestr  r  640  Turk 

"  Horace  T  pres-mgr  Farnsworth  Elec  Wks  r 

Oakland 
"  Hotel  391  Leavenworth 
"  Howard  printer  r  315  Van  Ness  Av 
"  Howard  A  elk  r  1701  Franklin 
"  H  W  dep  Sheriff  r  917  Folsora 
"  Implement  &  Engine  Co  538  Front 
"  Isabel  r  700  Cabrillo 
"  Irene  (wid  Alonzo)  r  1122  Naples 
"  Irene  C  stenog  r  2696  Bush 
"  Isaac  (Ida)    barber   1020  Buchanan  r  1508 

Jackson 
"  J  r  20  Franklin 
"  J  r  495  Valencia 

"  Jas  A  (Rosa  B)  (Rae  &  Adams)  r  615  Lake 

View  Av 
"  Jas  A  ironwkr  2703a  Mission 
"  Jas  B  elk  Fed  Res  Bank  r  795  Pine 
"  Jas  D  atty  465  California  r  440  Eddy 
"  Jas  H  antiques  1033  McAllister 
"  Jas  J  elk  TJRR  r  905  Ashbury 
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"  Jane  A  elk  Wells  Fargo  Nev  Nat  Bank  r 

Berkeley 
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"  J  L  r  571  McAllister 
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"  John  chauffr  r  Star  Hotel 
"  John  lab  r  336  Clementina 
"  John  salsn  Nathan-Dohrmann  r  1056  Fulton 
"  John  A    (Marie)    auto  repr  1935  Mission  r 

38a  Shotwell 
"  John  A  (Marie)  chauffr  r  1045  York 
"  John  B  elk  Cal  Pkg  Corp  r  Berkeley 
"  John  F  elk  r  4253,  18th 
"  John  H  cond  r  2900  California 
"  John  H  (Flossie)  printer  r  880,  38th  Av 
"  John  M  (Louisa  N)  plpeftr  r  169  Ocean  Av 
"  John  Q  lab  r  456  Athens 
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"  John  S  r  2795  Clay 
"  Jos  (Irene)  cook  r  1137  Folsom 
"  Jos  A  (Annie  M)  IndjTvkr  r  766,  5th  Av 
"  Jos  L  (Grace  K)  gatekpr  r  2306  Webster 
"  K  C  r  1216  8th  Av 
'•  Laura  E  (wid  Geo)  r  124  Fillmore 
"  Lawrence  J  elk  SP  Co  r  2768,  22d 
"  Leland  D   consulting   eng   485    California  r 
Oakland 

"  Leroy  driver  r  110  Santa  Marina 
"  Leslie  r  620.  4th  Av 

"  Lester  H  storekpr  Chicago  Pneumatic  Tool 
Co  r  342  Grant  Av 

"  Louis  O  (Frances  L)  asst  sec  r  736  Leaven- 
worth 

"  Luelle  nurse  r  2312  Clay 

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"  Luke  W  Rev  (Ellen  T)  pastor  Catholic  Apos- 
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"  Luther  M  (Elsie)  chiropractor  1095  Market 
r  533  Franklin 

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"  M  Mrs  r  1319  Stevenson 

"  Manson  R  (Adams  &  West)  r  Berkeley 

"  Margaret  (wid  John)  r  250  Coleridge 

"  Margaret  Mrs  r  219  Shotwoll 

"  Margaret  Mrs  r  1301  Ilosworth 

•■  Margaret  r  2768,  22d 

■•  MiirgHret  A  (wid  John)  r  2718  Bryant 

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"  Mnrllm  (wid  .John)  r  110  Santa  Marina 

"  Martha  Mrs  elk  r  1217  Waller 


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"  Mary  buyer  City  of  Paris  r  520  Shrader 

"  Mary  (wid  Lorenzo)  r  3528,  19th 

"  Mary  A  stenog  r  2768,  22d 

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Plaza  Hotel 
"  Michael  J  (Annie)  candies  757  Post 
"  Myrtle  widow  r  38  Elsie 
"  Nathan  mfr  r  119  Lyon 

"  Nathan   picture   frames  743   Larkin   r  1251 

12th  Av 
"  Nellie  r  3459,  16th 
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ter 

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"OR  elk  Royal  Ins  Co  r  Sausalito 

"  Orville  D   chf   elk  Hercules   Powder   Co  r 

Berkeley 
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15th 

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"  Ralph  H  (Hazel)  photogr  r  3481,  22d 
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"  Raymond  W  elk  r  3528.  19th 
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"  Richd  H  r  2703a  Mission 
"  Robbin  Mrs  nurse  577,  3d  Av 
"  Bobt  asst  auditor  SP  Co  r  Oakland 
"  Robt  elk  r  1165  O'Farrell 
"  Robt  mach  r  2911.  16th 
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ADAMS  ROBERT  A,  mgr  Potrero  Branch  Anglo- 
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"  Russell  B  r  134,  11th  At 

"  Sadie  E  insp  US  Customs  r  562  Sutter 

"  Saml  (Emma)  driver  r  35  Brunswick 

"  Saml  (Glenn)  eng  SP  Co  r  527,  21st  Av 

"  Saml  (Margaret)  shipwright  r  250,  28th 

"  Saml  J  (Sophia)  agt  r  2232  California 

"  School  Eddy  nr  Van  Ness  Av 

"  Schwab  &  Adams  (W  W  Adams)  grain  519 

California 
"  S  T  r  353  Van  Ness  Av 
"  Stella  (wid  Newell)  r  571  Capp 
"  Susan  A  r  1436  Union 
"  Thos  r  4124  Judah 
"  Verna  nurse  r  348  Dolores 
"  Vira  V  Mrs  r  834  Urbano  Drive 
"  W  Co  sausages  1084  Howard 
"  Wallace  civ  eng  58  Sutter  r  Oakland 
"  Walter  r  1434  Hyde 

"  Walter  F  (Jewel  D)  (Adams  Imp  &  Eng  Co) 
r  43  Ramona 

"WE  carp  Malloye  &  Co  r  2889  Folsom 

"  Wenzel  (Katie)  (W  Adams  Co)  1084  Howard 

"  W  Gale  r  1524  Jackson 

"  Wm  brakeman  r  439  Jones 

"  Wm  elk  SP  Co  r  35  Brunswick 
ADAUS  WILLIAH,    general    insurance  broker, 
423  Kearny,  tel  Kearny  1437.  r  Oakland 

"  Wm  shoemkr  r  3730.  26th 

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"  AVm  C  r  15S7  Page 

"  Wm  E  driver  r  3014  California 

"  Wm  P   (Hilda)   director  Cal  Brewing  Assn 
r  364  Fair  Oaks 

"  Wm  F  driver  r  456  Athens 

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"  Wm  J  (Bertha)  mtrmn  r  603  Morse 

"  Wm  M  (Reckon  &  Adams)  r  28  Borland 

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land 

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Av 

"  Wm  T  elk  RMS  r  2057.  15th 

"  Wm  W   (Marie-Louise)     Adams    Schwab  & 

Adams  r  93.  eth  Av 
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"  Wm  W  min  eng  Mills  Bldg 
ADAUS  W  R  (Clara  A)  dept  mgr  Mangrum  & 
Otter,  r  615.  10th  Av 
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"   Stanley  (Florence)  salsn  r  1379,  5th  Av 
Adderson  Cecil  molder  r  1990  Folsom 

"  Geo  W    (Grace   A)    consulting   eng   r  1262 
Clayton 

Addicott  Edwin  J  student  r  1333  Waller 
"  Jas  E    (Ottilia    K)    prin    Pub    School  1333 
Waller 

Addlego  Jos  (Madeline)  bootblk  r  1048  Oak 
"  Pedro  (Marie)  bootblk  r  666  Madrid 
"  Salvatore  lab  r  1242  Kearny 
"  Saml  r  740  Broadway 
Addimando  Caesar  musician  r  Columbia  Hotel 
"  Gaetano  M  A  (Annie)  (Addimando  &  Recca) 

r  1046  Mason 
"  &  Recca    (G   M   A   Addimando   B  Recca) 
barbers  89.  5th 
Addington  Henry  T  mach  r  47  Brice  Ter 
Addis  Thos  phys  Lane  Hospital  r  Sausalito 
Addison  Apartments  1421  Hyde 
"  Geo  foreman  Main  Iron  Wks  r  Alameda 
"  Jas  H  (Catherine)  salsn  r  724  Mason 
"  Mary  E  (wid  Stephen)  r  1704  Filbert 
"  Neta  widow  r  1423  Laguna 
ADDISON  THOS,  Pacific  Coast  mgr  Genl  Blec 

Co,  Rialto  Bldg,  r  Berkeley 
Addleman  John  J  painter  r  241,  6th 
"  Jos  A  (Esther)  mgr  Wright-Dltson- Victor  Co 
r  539,  15th  Av 
Addlestone    Fred    (Sarah)     (Merchants  Parcel 
Del)  r  475  Turk 
"  Herman  (Annie)    (Addlestone  &  Rosenberg) 

r  1665  Sutter 
"  Jacob  (Rose)  Merchants  Parcel  Del  Co  r  580 
McAllister 

"  &  Rosenberg  (H  Addlestone  Max  Rosenberg) 
tailors  160,  6th 
Addock  J  patrolmn  Morse  Detective  and  Patrol 
Service  r  635  Montgomery 

ADDRESSERPRESS  THE 

The  Elliott  Co,  mfrs,  W  L  Hovis  rep,  114 
Sansome,  tel  Sutter  6072.    (See  page  7), 

ADDRESSOGRAPH  CO. 

H  S  Crocker  Co  Ino,  Pacific  Coast  Agents, 
565-571  Market,  tel  Douglass  5800 

Ade  Geo  W  r  1357  Clay 

"  Pauline  (wid  Jos)  r  80  Webster 
Adee  Jane  (wid  Henry  C)  r  1227,  42d  Av 
Adel  Irwin  elk  SP  Co  r  1325  Halght 
Adelaide  Hotel  5  Adelaide 
Adelbcrg  Karl  A  (Rose)  r  792,  46th  Av 
Adeler  Ross  H  chauffr  r  1130  Howard 
Adeli  Angelo  (Angela)  cook  r  26  Neptune 
Adeline  Apartments  (340  Eddy 
Adelle  Apartments  1137  Bush 
Adelphian  Apartments  820  O'Farrell 
Adelsdorfer  Ernest  bkpr  Saml  Ran  r  Kentfield 

"  Ida  (wid  Jos)  r  2268  Jackson 

"  John  C  mfr  agt  717  Market  r  1605  Gough 

"  Johanna  r  2507  Pine 

"  Louis  (Tire  Sole  Sales  Co)  r  1605  Gough 
Adelseck  Frank  M  (Pearl)  ins  r  344  Ellis 
Adelsohn  Abraham  r  538  Pine 
Adelson  Albert  jeweler  1152b  Market  r  483  Ful- 
ton 

"  Lena  elk  SP  Co  r  Oakland 
"  Selman  B  optician  r  74,  eth 


Adelstein   Henry   S    (Amelia)    adjuster   r  1268 
Fulton 

"  Louis  (Charlotte)  salsn  r  1287  Arguello  Blvd 

"  Max  (Lena)  mattressmkr  r  623  Redwood 

"  Meyer  mattressmkr  r  174  Henry 

"  Saml  tchr  music  r  1834  Baker 
Adelt  Burton  (Alice)  chauffr  r  2301  Polk 
Aden  Catherina  (wid  Henry  J)  r  348a,  2d  Av 
Adena  Hotel  144  O'Farrell 
Ader  Fred  elk  PMSS  Co  r  Alameda 
Aderholt  Annie  sec  Powell  &  Dow  r  20  Monroe 
Ades  Albert  elk  Saul  Ades  r  1418  Larkin 

"  Saul    (Sultana)    mfr   153   Kearny  and  laces 

253  Geary  r  570,  9th  Av 
Adet  Emlle  solr  State  Life  Ins  r  2642  Hyde 
Adge  Ernest  V  (Anna)  eng  r  22  Woodward 

"  Leland  H  driver  306b  Bartlett 

"  Louis  P  (Mary)  flremn  r  306h  Barlett 
Adjuster  The   (monthly)  311  California 
ADKINS  see  also  Atkins 

■•  Albert  r  459,  26th  Av 

"  Benj  mgr  J  H  Eemick  &  Co  r  Daly  City 
"  Clara  G  Mrs  nurse  r  46  Farren 
"  Jacob  (Mary)  eng  r  459,  26th  Av 
"  Percy  L  elk  SP  Co  r  490  Geary 
Adkisson  Saml  D  (Nellie)    (Cos  &  Adkisson)  r 
1040  Mason 

Adler  A  A  Mrs  (wid  Aaron)  (Adier  Sanatorium) 
r  1590  Broadway 
"  Albert  F  (Lacy)  sec  Pacific  Feed  Co  r  3284 

"  Albert  S  phys  r  1659  Webster 

"  Arnold  r  275  O'Farrell 

"  Benj  salsn  Michalitschke  Bros  &  Co 

"  Bertha  Mrs  r  764  Treat  Av 

"  Chas  bkpr  SO  Co  r  Oakland 

"  Chas  D  (Johanna)  elk  r  2  Genessee 
ADLER   COLLEGLA.N   CLOTHES,   Al   H  Clay- 
burgh  mgr,  219  Pacific  Bldg,   tel  Douglas 
4388 

"  David  r  472  Duboce  Av 
"  Ella  (wid  Herman)  r  1677  Sacramento 
"  Eugenia  tchr  music  r  3962  Sacramento 
"  Gayle  T  (wid  Sigmun)  r  465  Central  Av 
"  Gussle  Mrs  r  959  Powell 
"  Homer  L  salsn  Nat  Shirt  Co  r  990  Geary 
"  Howard  F  phys  240  Stockton 
"  Hyman  (Fannie)    (Adler  Mfg  Co)  985  Gold- 
en Gate  Av 
"  J  pkr  r  915  Polk 
"  J  salsn  r  439  Jones 

"  Jacob  L  business  mgr  Call  &  Post  r  Palace 

Hotel 
"  John  Ins  234  Pine 

"  John  S  (Jennie)  mfrs  agt  45  Kearny  r  1899 
California 

"  Jos  (Esther)  salsn  Charmak  &  White  r  1242 
Polk 

"  Louis  real  estate  214  Front  r  Berkeley 
"  Louis  H  (Neida)  tmstr  r  4136,  17th 
"  Mfg  Co  aprons  985  Golden  Gate  Av 
"  Moses  (Mabel)  violinist  1430  Sacramento 
"  N  Max    propr   Bay    State    Restaurant  275 
O'Farrell 

"  P  M  with  Hind  Rolph  &  Co  r  930  Taylor 

"  Ray  C  (Babe)  chauffr  r  637  McAllister 
ADLEE  SANATORIUM,   Mrs  A  A  Adler  mgr, 
1590  Broadway,  tel  Franklin  488 

"  Sol  with  Levey  &  Lipman  r  3962  Sacramento 

"  Wm  cond  M  Ry  r  501  Laguna 

"  Wm  F  butcher  r  1806  Post 
Adleson  H  B  elk  Milton  Bradley  Co  r  74,  6th 
Adlon  L  Frank  (Ella)  waiter  r  51,  6th 
Admiral  Hotel  146  Embarcadero 
ADMINISTRATOR  PUBLIC,  Phelan  Bldg 
Admiral  Line  ticket  office  653  Market 
Adney  Robt  C  J  elk  US  Mint  r  Alameda 
Adolof  Walter  r  27b  Powers  Av 
Adolph  Jacob  F  (Hnlda)  see  J  M  Jacobi  &  Co  r 
1282.  23d  Av 

"  Johanna  (wid  Julius)  r  1278,  23d  Av 
Adolphson  Annie  with  S  H  Tyler  &  Son,  r  222 
Halght 

"  Augustus  I  (Amy)  engr  r  241  San  Carlos 
"  Gustave  mstr  mar  r  241  San  Carlos 
Adou  Claude  A  (Meister  &  Adou)  r  225  Mason 
Adragna  Lonnie  pkr  Cal  Supply  Co  r  854  Lom- 
bard 

"  Pietro  barber  1183  Columbus  Av  r  970  TTnion 
Adrian  Apartments  1100  Jackson 

"  Hotel  493  Eddy 

"  -Reece  music  pub  908  Market 

"  Wm  (Pierre  Zucco  &  Co)  r  Oakland 

"  Wm  C  elk  r  611  Pacific 
Adriano  Julien  elk  r  773  Broadway 
Adriatic  Pub  Co  110  Columbus  Av 

"  Railroad  &  Steamship  Office  110  Columbus  Av 
Adsley  Frank  K    (Florence  E)    chauffr  r  430 
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artists  and  illustrators,  604  Flatiron  Bldg, 
544  Marltet,  tel  Douglas  458 
"  Assn  of  San  Francisco  Palace  Hotel 
"  Service  Co  Chronicle  Bldg 
"  Specialty  Co  1280  Turk 
Advisory  Pardon  Board  of  Cal  Ferry  Bldg 
Aebli  Paul  A  (May)  janitor  r  2640  Lyon 
Aegerter  Harry  (S  Evalyn)  r  1247  Bush 
"  Martha  (wid  Chas)  r  1247  Bush 
"  S  Evalyn  Mrs  dressmkr  1102  Sutter  r  1247 
Bush 

Aehnlich  Paul   (Emilie)   electn  r  1920  Golden 
Gate  Av 

Aeils  Albert  chauffr  r  1144  Larkin 

"  Paul  chauffr  r  1144  Larkin 
Aello  Victor  r  3226  San  Jose  Av 
Aeolian  Co  Sherman  Clay  Bldg 
Aeolian- Vocalion  Co  The  455  Mission 
Aeppli  Jess  (Augusta)  boilermkr  r  2321  Folsom 
Aer  Herman  C  (Lizzie)  seamn  r  3468,  16th 
Aerial  Apartments  888  Waller 
AERMOTOR  CO,  pumps,  windmills  and  gasoline 

engines,  45  Madison  nr  1st,  Oakland 
Aero  Alarm  Co  461  Market 
Aerts  Desire  molder  r  2049  Mission 
Aeschbach  Wra  with  Int  Banking  Corp  r  Arling- 
ton Hotel 
Aetna  Apartments  1410  Taylor 

"  Bldg  333  Pine 
AETNA  CASUALTY  &  SURETY  CO,  J  R  Mo- 
lony  mgr,  333  Pine 

"  Hotel  1617  Pine 

"  Insurance  Co  Marine  Dept  340  California 

AETNA  INSURANCE  CO. 

(of  Hartford,   Conn)   W  H  Breeding,  genl 
agt,  tire,  marine  and  automobile  insurance, 
219-221  Sansome 
AETNA  LIFE  INSURANCE  CO,  Accidental  and 
Liability  Dept,  333  Pine 

AETNA  LIFE  INSURANCE  CO. 

(Hartford,   Conn)   life  dept,  E  H  Lestock 

Gregory,    genl    agt,    8th    floor  Monadnock 

Bldg,  tel  Sutter  331 
"  Mills    7th  &  Berry 
Afendras  John  elk  r  763b  Kansas 
Aff  Louis  W  (Louise)  auto  repr  50,  8th  r  641 

O'Parrell 

Affeldt  Jessie  H  (wid  Emil)  stenog  r  1152  Eddy 
Affiliated  Catholic  Charities  995  Market 

"  Colleges  (Dept  of  University  of  Cal)  Parnas- 
sus Av  bet  Arguello  Blvd  and  3d  Av 
Affleck  Ellen  (wid  Wm)  r  174  Fairmount 

"  Peter  lab  r  466  Brannan 
Affolter  Bros  butchers  141.  3rd 

"  Hans  A  (Marie)  auto  mech  r  41  Duncan 

"  Herman  F  elk  r  1601  Treat  Av 

"  John  B  (Emma)  (Affolter  Bros)  r  43  Duncan 

"  Jos  (Affolter  Bros)  beverages  137,  3d  r  629 
14th 

"  Paul  H  (Garland  &  Affolter)  r  Oakland 

"  "Wm  (Bertha)  butcher  r  1601  Treat  Av 
Affrachino  Jos  (Ginotti  &  Co)  r  4409  Geary 
Aftergood  Geo  r  1525  Clav 

"  &  Co  statistical  dept  341  Mtgy 
Aftergut  Bernard   (Erma)    (Aftergut  &  Son)  r 
1260  California 

"  B   &   Son    (Bernard   and   Max)    mfrs  agts 
25  Kearny 

"  Geo  salsn  r  1260  California 

"  Harry  H  (Eva)  salsn  r  10  Felton 

"  Max  (B  Aftergut  &  Son)  r  1260  California 
Afton  House  964  Howard 
Agapoft  John  (Mary)  lab  r  813  Carolina 

"  Saml  riveter  r  813  Carolina 
Agar  Jas  E  Ins  (Penn  Mut  Life  Ins)  r  Alameda 

"  John  M  (Martha  M)  chauffr  r  3566  Mission 
AGARD   see  Aagard 

"  Geo  L  pub  acct  208  Market  i 

"  Nellie  A  (wid  Lawrence  M)  i 

"  Wm  A  T  office  268  Market  i 
Agasslz  School  Bartlett  and  22d 
Agate  Products  Co  377  Minna 
Agaton  Alexander  insp  Industrial  Acc  Com  r 
1038  Cluirch 

Agazzl   Bartholomew   (Jennie)    (Agazzl  Bros)  r 
975  Wisconsin 
"  Bros  (G  and  B)  refreshments  747  Brannan 
"  Gloynnnl   (Agazzl  Bros)  r  747  Brannan 

Agpo  ChnK  W  r  454.  2l8t  Av 

AGENCY  COMPANY  THE  (Inc.) 

Insurance,  general  managers  Guardian 
Fire  Insurance  Co  and  agents  Republio 
Casualty  Co  and  Interstate  Casualty  Co, 
201  Alaska  Commercial  Bldg,  310  San- 
some, tel  Sutter  483 

Agcnoso  I'li'tro  tiutclicr  r  124  Jasper  PI 

Ageno  Steven  (Frederica)  driver  r  51  Russell 

Agents  Novelty  Co  Pacific  Bldg 

AOENZIA  FUOAZI  (S  B  Fugazl)  Pacific  Coast 
mgr  French  line  steamers,  030  Montgom- 
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2300  Jackson 
Berkeley 


Agerup  Richd  (Maria  S)  mstr  mar  r  91  Dehon 
Aggeler   Harold   G  branch   mgr   WUTel    Co  I 
1500  Masonic  Av 
"  Severinus  G  (Marguerite)  r  1500  Masonic  At 
Aghem  Rosa    (wid  Bartholomew)    r  51  North 
Stanyan 

"  Vincent  J  mach  r  51  North  Stanyan 
Aghen  Eugene  r  740  Broadway 
Agich  Paul  (Mary)  barber  r  885  Arguello  Blvd 
Agiesten  Soters  lab  r  691  Broadway 
Agmar  Harold  P  painter  and  decorator  r  2502 
Washington 

"  Paul  painter  and  decorator  433  California  r 
2502  Washington 
Agnesi  Pracido  tailor  r  2  Charlton  Ct 
Agnew  Arthur  H  (Beth)  cigars  901  Geary  r  965 
Gefiry 

"  B  Mrs  I  926  Larkin 

"  Ellen  refreshments  540  Bryant 

"  Frank  (Maud)  with  Cal  Pac  Title  Ins  Co  r 
1739  Washington 

"  Frank  J  agt  Northern  Assurance  Co  r  Oak- 
land 

"  Geo  R  elk  Star  Rubber  Co  of  Cal  r  20,  12th 

"HE  Instr  Butler  School  of  Com  r  Oakland 

"  Lillian  M  Mrs  r  3294,  26th 

"  Theodore  R  elk  Girvin  &  Miller  r  Berkeley 

"  Robt  R  (Garrette  &  Agnew)  r  Palo  Alto 

"  Robt  J  (Hope  B)  lab  r  329  Winfield  Ay 

"  Mary  B  (wid  Thos  F)  r  2753  Golden  Gate  At 

"  John  H  molder  r  1634  Dolores 

"  Jas  A  hlpr  r  1634  Dolores 

"WE  tailor  r  90  East 

"  Wm  boxmkr  r  329  Winfield  Av 

"  Wm  H  credit  mgr  Hercules  Powder  Co  r 
Berkeley 

"  W  P  phys  1440  Clement 
Agoff  Geo  lab  r  906  Howard 
Agorastos  Christopher  elk  Bank  of  Italy  r  749 
Polk 

Agosti  A  r  14  Allen 

"  Peter  (Anna)  driver  r  1150  Palou  Av 

"  Saml  (Romilda)  butcher  r  14  Allen 
Agostino  Louis  (Antoinette)  bricklyr  r  610  Green 

"  Silvio  r  1704  Stockton 
Agra  Frank  lab  r  144  Bernard 
Agreci  Antio  (Gonsolin  &  Agreci)  r  44,  5th 
Agricultural  Credit  Corp  1  Montgomery 
Agricultural  Insurance  Co  of  New  York  Edward 

Brown  &  Sons  genl  agts  202  Sansome 
Aguar  Jos  Lab  r  3248  Mission 
Aguayo  Antonio  with  Bank  of  California  N  A 
r  878  Eddy 

"  Carlos    messgr    THE    FIRST  NATIONAL 
BANK  OF  SAN  FRANCISCO  r  878  Eddy 

"  Ignatius  (Josie)  printer  r  385  San  Jose  Av 

"  Nash  B  foremn  r  833  Kearny 
Agueret  Martin  (Emily)  mech  r  957  Broadway 
Aguero  Ernesto  elk  Overseas  Agencies 
Aguierre  Jose  lab  r  1070a  Washington 
Aguila  Fidel  (Refugia)  (Aguila  &  Arias)  r  951 
Jackson 

"  &  Arias   (F  Aguila  R  Arias)    grocers  923 
Pacific 

Aguilar  Arturo  salsn  r  1040  Mason 
"  E  r  1350  Sutter 
"  Marcos  finisher  r  376  Lexington 
"  Minnie  C  widow  lino  opr  r  1132  Union 

Aguillard  Richd  janitor  r  Oakland 

Aguine  CamiUe  A  nurse  Dept  Pub  Health  r  425 
Hugo 

Aguirre  Alex  M  pharmacist  r  2060  Taylor 
"  Araadeo  (Termina)  lab  r  1246  Mason 
"  Antonio  (Elba)  lab  r  561  Birch 
"  August  M  (Margaret)  (Colombo  Market  Seed 

Co)  r  388,  15th  Av 
"  CamiUe  A  nurse  r  425  Hugo 
"  Carl  F  boilermkr  r  1225  Laguna 
"  Carmen  dental  elk  r  425  Hugo 
"  Esteban  (Josefa)  r  177a  Lexington 
"  Francisco  (Dionisia)  lab  UI  r  373  Shotwell 
"  Juan  M  r  425  Hugo 
"  Louis  M  (Cahn  Aguirre)  r  344  Jones 
"  Martin  J  (Adeline)  salsn  r  425  Hugo 
"  Peter  A  (Anna  J)  interpreter  r  1410  Broad- 
way 

Aharonlan  Vallan  (Zabel)  elctn  r  508  Diamond 
AHEARN  see  also  Ahern  and  Aherne 
"  Danl  A  harness  mkr  r  312  Liberty 
"  Dennis  F  elk  PT&T  Co  r  Lansdale 
"  Esther  Mrs  milliner  1408  Polk  r  1207,  19th  Av 
"  Eugene  with  Harbor  Com  r  36  Clara 
"  Francis  (Nora  M)  mach  r  4339,  23rd 
"  John  with  S  F  Hospital 
"  John  J  (Mary)  firemn  r  719  Elizabeth 
"  Jos  G  janitor  r  511  Noe 
"  Wm  F  (Esther)  r  1207,  19th  Av 
"  Wm  F  auditor  London  Guar  &  Acc  Co  r 
1350  Pine 

Ahcr  Thos  E  (Mary)  salsn  r  348,  9th  Av 
Ahern  Alice  D  stenog  r  2854  Harrison 
"  Andrew  B  (Delia  T)  cond  URR  r  58  College 
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"  Anne  C  bkpr  H  O  Wllley  r  810  Lyon 
"  Arthur  J  (Katherine)  real  est  1136  Valencia 
r  128  Lexington 


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"  Cecelia  A  stenoe  r  2854  Harrison 
"  Chas  elk  r  945  Madrid 

"  Danl  elk  Langley  &  Michaels  Co  r  268  Farra- 
lones 

'•  Danl  P  elk  r  810  Lyon 
"  Danl  J  insp  TT  S  Customs  r  Oakland 
"  David  I  watchmn  r  7  Seymour 
"  David  M  lab  r  72  Bartlett 
"  Dennis  J  solr  r  847  Baker 
"  Elizabeth  r  530  Sanchez 
"  Ellen  M  (wid  Danl  J)  r  847  Baker 
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"  Eugene  (Grace)  mov  picture  opr  r  374a,  4tli 
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"  Eugene  P  (Rose)  elk  r  1115  Divisadero 
"  Francis  D  Rev  asst  rector  St  Mary's  Cathe- 
dral r  1100  Franklin 
"  Francis  J  elk  SP  Co  r  945  Madrid 
"  Frank  A  (Belle)  editor  and  pub  Coast  Shoe 

Reporter  r  2059  Market 
"  Geo  F  (Hazel)  elk  SP  Co  r  2192.  15th 
"  J  Andrew  shirtctr  r  425  Grove 
"  Jas  A  (Annie)  plumber  r  425  Grove 
"  Jas  A  tilestr  r  810  Lyon 
"  Jas  B  bkpr  r  245  Elsie 
"  Jeremiah  (Mary  A)  r  2743  McAllister 
"  Joanna  (wid  Timothy)  r  1503  Dolores 
"  John  (Mary  A)  cementwkr  r  178  Dorland 
"  John  driver  r  3377,  26th 
"  John  painter  r  193.  4th 

"  John  F  (Isabel)  asst  elk  Board  Supervisors 

r  425  Duboce  Av 
"  John  F  (HattieZ)  elev  bldr  r  410  Hoffman 

Av 

"  John  F  (Theresa)  lab  r  945  Madrid 
"  John  J  tel  opr  r  1120  Stanyan 
"  John  M  r  847  Baker 
"  John  M  electn  r  1750  Mission 
"  John  P  (Marguerite  C)  elk  PT&T  Co  r  3562 
17th 

"  John  W  tmstr  r  3377.  2eth 
"  Josephine  M  bkpr  Landsberger  &  Son,  r  3377 
20th 

"  Julia  (wid  Michael)  r  268  Farallones 
"  Lillian  elk  r  2854  Harrison 
"  Mary  A  stenog  r  1120  Stanyan 
"  Mary  E  elk  PT&T  Co  r  1242  "Waller 
"  Margaret  M  (wid  Maurice  J)  r  810  Lyon 
"  Matthew  Jr  (Elizabeth)  lab  r  2820  Folsom 
"  Maurice  (Nellie)  lab  r  3880,  23d 
"  Maurice  L  elk  r  810  Lyon 
"  Michael  lab  r  268  Farallones 
"  Michael  (Nora)  lab  r  704  Moultrie 
"  Patk  B  (Annie)  eond  r  1486  Dolores 
"  Patk  E  (Alice  J)  agt  r  1120  Stanyan 
"  Raymond  W  elk  Hibernia  Bk  r  129  Common- 
wealth Av 
"  Riehd  F  elk  SP  Co  r  1120  Stanyan 
"  Thos  checker  r  249a  Duboce  Av 
"  Thos  dep  US  Internal  Rev  r  903,  28th 
"  Thos  (Annie)  supt  Pac  Div  SP  Co  r  129  Com- 
monwealth Ay 
.  "  Thos  P  r  129  Commonwealth  Av 
"  Wm  (IMary)  carp  r  926  Alabama 
"  Wm  grocer  r  554  Douglas 
"  "Wm  C  elk  Magner  Bros  r  3377,  20th 
"  "Wm  H  bottler  r  245  Elsie 
"  "Wm  J  r  222,  22nd  Av 
"  AVm  J  (Ahern  &  Buiek)  r  2854  Harrison 
"  "Wm  J  bkpr  r  1120  Stanyan 
"  "Wm  J  elk  SP  Co  r  249a  Duboce  Av 
"  "Wm  J  (Annie)  elk  r  530  Scott 
"  "Wm  J  pres  Ind  Trading  Co  r  Olympic  Club 
"  "Wm  J  salsn  Ford  Motor  Co  r  1503  Dolores 
"  yVm  J  solr  Daily  News  r  132  Parnassus  Av 
"  "Wm  P  paver  r  322%  Clipper 
"  &  Buiek  ("W  J  Ahem  J  J  Buiek)  autos  553 
"V^aleneia 

Ahkmann  Annie  (vnd  Thos)  r  647  Kirkham 
"  Martin  C  (Gladys)  salsn  r  1318,  7th  Av 

Ahl  Chas  B  traf  mgr  Stone  &  "Webster  58  Sutter 
"  Edw  A  whsemn  r  1906  Mission 
"  Gustaf  E  (Marie)  contr  r  1237,  2d  Av 

Ahlbach  A  (Zelinda)  carp  r  21  Landers 
"  Jos  (Elizabeth  M)  (Ahlbach  &  Mayer)  r  81 
Dorland 

"  "Wm  J  (Annie)  plumber  r  63  Diamond 
"  &  Mayer    (Jos  Ahlbach  and  Chas  Mayer) 
plumbers  85  Dorland 
Ahlberg  Bearing  Co  1116  Polk 

"  Chas  (Karin)  electn  r  630  Mt  Vernon  Av 
Ahlbom  August  (Amelia)  chef  r  1398  Palou  Av 
"  August  "W  (Mae  J)  eng  C  Moore  &  Co  r  125 
(Clipper 

"  Chas  H  elk  r  13  Johnston  Av 
"  C  J  r  1501  Larkin 

"  Louise  (wid  Chas)  tchr  music  1320  California 
"  Lucy  (wid  "Wm)  r  197  Downey 
«  Robt  F  elk  SP  Co  r  13  Johnston  Av 
AHLERS  see  also  Ehlers 
"  Barbara  Mrs  (wid  Herman)  r  1055  Plymouth 
Av 


AHLERS 

"  Carl  C  foremn  J  L  Ahlers  &  Co  r  378  Golden 

Gate  Av 
"  Estelle  J  steno  r  1534  Clay 
"  Geo  chemist  r  150  Franklin 

AHLERS  H.  C.  CO. 

J  V  Rounsefell  pres,  importers  of  diamonds 

and  precious   stones,   fine   watches,  245 

Post,  tel  Kearny  4624 
"  Hehry  C  (Amelia)  jeweler  r  3876  Clay 
*'  Irene  M  stenog  r  1534  Clay 
"  J  Lewis   (Ida)    (J  L  Ahlers  &  Co)   r  378 

Golden  Gate  Av 
"  J  L  &  Co  (J  L  Ahlers)  dairy  produce  426 

Pacific 

"  Lottie  D  Mrs  Indywkr  r  38  Abbey 
"  "Walter  A  cond  r  1617  Pine 

Ahlert  Wm  V  plumber  r  2500  McAllister 

Ahlf  Fred  cooper  r  225  Woolsey 
"  Fred  W  elk  SP  Co  r  Oakland 
"  Henry  (Margaret)  lab  r  1144  Fairfax  Av 
"  Henry  C  (Hannah)  lab  r  1650  McKinnon  Av 
"  Hermann  (Adele)  carp  r  351,  27th  Av 
"  John  P  (Mary  D)  tmstr  r  35  Tomasa 
"  Walter  G  elk  Crane  Co  r  Berkeley 
"  Wm  appr  r  1144  Fairfax  Av 

AHLGREN  see  Algren 
"  Albert  elk  SO  Co  r  Berkeley 
"  H  M  elk  SO  Co  r  Berkeley 

Ahliu  Carl  E  auto  mech  r  1975  Sutter 
"  Carl  W  with  A  Anderson  &  Co  r  Berkeley 
"  Julius  G  (Edna)  mstr  mar  r  3818,  18th 
"  K  A  mstr  mar  Swayne  &  Hoyt  r  Berkeley 

Ahlmen  Carl  A  (Hilda  G)  carp  r  455  Anderson 

Ahlquist  Harold  civ  eng  r  980  Bush 
"  "V^imar  seamn  r  82  Perry 
"  Wm  (Olga)  lab  r  570  Diamond 

Ahlstrand  Berndt  W  cook  r  1485  Florida 
"  Chas  J  timekpr  r  1485  Florida 
"  Walter  H  chauffr  r  1485  Florida 

Ahlstrom  Andrew  P  (Hilda)  lab  r  1411  San  Bruno 
"  Emil  mach  Bourret  Kirkwood  Co 
"  F  elk  WUTel  Co  r  620  Sutter 

Ahman  Amandus  (Stephanie)  mstr  mar  r  1027 
Church 

Ahnberg  Ella  Mrs  r  472,  3rd 
Ahnden  John  H  (Martha)  drftsmn  r  358,  3rd  Av 
Ahnefeld  Henry  (Bertha)  contr  r  522  Anderson 
Ahnfeld  Edw  teller  Sav  Union  Bank  &  Trust 

Co  r  Oakland 
Ahnlund  Francis  Rev  r  429  Guerrero 
Ahnstrom  Axel  (Anna)  seamn  r  222  Bartlett 

"  Carl  E  (Rhoda)  lab  r  590  Duncan 
Ahonen  Emil  'Fannie)  mach  r  32  Richland  Av 
Ahpel  Cora  (wid  Henry)  r  1770  Pacific  Av 
Ahrens  Albert  H  chauffr  r  2913,  19th 
"  Amy  A  musician  r  1575  Washington 
"  Anna  M  (wid  Albert)  r  846a  Capp 
"  Anita  K  stenog  r  846a  Capp 
"AW  elk  Worthington  Co  r  4221  Moraga 
"  Bullwinkel  Co  (G  M  Ahrens  J  D  Bullwinkel) 

refreshments  SE  cor  1st  and  Harrison 
"  Clara  M  elk  r  4118,  20th 
"  Elizabeth  (wid  Jacob  H)  r  4118,  20th 
"  Fred  (Emma)  r  162  Onondaga  Av 
"  Fred  J  Indywkr  r  2913,  19th 
"  Freda  L  (Amelia)  watchmn  r  1011  Capp 
"  Geo  (Alice)  firemn  SFPD  r  2803,  16th 
"  Geo  M  (Elsie)  (Ahrens  Bullwinkel  Co)  r  846 
Clayton 

"  Geo  N  (Maude)  carrier  PO  r  1255,  42d  Av 

"  Henry  r  2643  Folsom 

"  Henry  T  Indymn  r  2913,  19th 

"  Jennie  E  r  1325  Ellis 

"  John  H  lab  r  868  Dolores 

"  Mabel  tchr  Pub  School  r  846  Clayton 

"  May  A  musician  r  1575  Washington 

"  Nicholas  pres  Rococo  Cafe  10  Market  r  Ross 

"  Wilkin  A   (Augusta)    (Ahrens  &  Steffens) 

r  778  Fulton 
"  Wm  elk  r  846a  Capp 
"  Wm  tmstr  r  6  Elizabeth 

"  Wm  T  (Amy  C)  cabntmkr  r  1575  Washington 

"  AVm  W  carrier  PO  r  4118,  20th 

"  Willie  D  mech  r  778  Fulton 
Ahrnke  Hans  P  asst  mgr  Davis  Watkins  Mfg 

Co  r  Piedmont 
Aieardi  Adelaida  widow  r  2242  Larkin 
Aich  Calixter  messgr  r  1050  Gilman  Av 

"  Chas  F  r  2922  Sacramento 
Alcher  A  John  genl  agt  Great  Northern  Ry  Co 
r  Berkeley 

"  Gustave  A   (Alcher  Machine  "Wks)   r  1634 

Stockton 
"  Machine  "Wks  1634  Stockton 
Aichin  Hyman  ctr  r  154  Webster 
Aicloff  Theo  (Annie)  r  69a  Boyce 
Aidelberg  Saml  (Mutual  Bedding  Mfg  Co)  r  1869 
Sutter 

Aiello  Antonio  (Vincenea)  r  3236  San  Jose  Av 
"  Domenico  dry  goods  1821  Powell 
"  Sarah  (wid  Giaclno)  r  2022  Quesada  Av 
"  Victor  elk  r  3236  San  Jose  Av 


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Aievoli  Caterina  (wid  Aneelo)  r  263  Arguello 
Blvd 

Algeltinser  Co  (Inc)  fuel  and  feed  1762  Ellis 
"  Edwin  C  elk  r  1764  Ellis 

"  Edw  H  (Anna)  (Aieeltinecr  Co)  r  1764  Ellis 
Aiffner  Leo  T  (Elsiel  metalwkr  r  368  Clipper 
AIKEN  see  also  Aitken  and  Akin 
"  Albert  C  atty  544  Market  r  2595  Union 
"  Alfred  C  v-pres-msr  Overseas  Trading  Co  r 
Berkeley 

"  Arthur  J  (Cola)  chauffr  r  4172,  23rd 
"  E  Mrs  r  698  Bush 

"  Edna  with  US  Naturalization  Bureau  r  555 

Chestnut 
"  Edw  T  miner  r  2595  Union 
"  G  W  r  801  Jones 
"  Harold  "W  acct  r  556  California 
"  Jas  H  (Emma)  electn  r  1020  Capp 
"  Maude  elk  r  788  Grove 

"  Nelson  P  (Garcia  Bros  &  Aikin)  r  Piedmont 
"  Wm  G   (Jean)  rep  The  Lutke  Mfe  Co  703 
Market  r  801  Jones 
Aikens  Alex  mach  r  1146  Mason 
AIKINS  BRONTE  M,  atty,  442  Mills  Bldg,  tel 
Kearny  4950,  r  2335  Pacific  Av 
"  Thos  G  (Grace)  pressmn  r  562,  28th  At 
"  Robt  S  (Emma  C)  r  1869  California 
"  Thos  G  Jr  mach  r  562,  28th  Av 
Aikman  John   S   mgr   Zumbro  Furniture   Co  r 
Oakland 

Aimar  John  cook  r  Hotel  Gianduja 
Ainsa   Dolores  C  asst  sec  Henry  W  Gutte  r 
2937  Scott 

"  Geo  F  (Ray)  mech  r  2937  Scott 

"  Jas  A  (Jane)  r  2937  Scott 
Ainslee  H  H  r  3048,  16th 
Ainslev  Apartments  640  Turk 

"  C  H  elk  r  140  Ellis 

"  Edmund  R  URR  r  2634  Pine 

"  John  lab  r  441  Minna 

"  M  W  Mrs  widow  r  2364  Pine 

"  Fred  (Clara)  chauffr  r  3255  Sacramento 
Ainslie  Horace  H  pharmacist  r  Altamont  Hotel 

"  John  contr  r  826  Clayton 
Ainsworth  Apartments  1240  California 

"  Aaron  (Mary)  lab  r  4  Mars 

"  Chas  T  insp  1452  Divisadero 

"  Clarence  J  (Phyllis)  mar  eng  r  908  Hayes 

"  Frank  (Lucy)  elk  SP  Co  r  58  Liberty 

"  Frank  H  Jr  elk  SP  Co  r  2520  Union 

"  Frank  K  chief  surgeon  SP  Co  r  Bohemian 
Club 

"  Fredk  W  (Katharine)  r  1418  Leavenworth 
AINSWORTH  H  B,  v-pres  Wells  Fargo  Nevada 
National  Bank 
"  Howard  D  (Hazel  J)   (Freitag  &  Ainsworth) 

r  Berkeley 
"  Howard  S  (Jessie)  eng  r  518,  17th  Av 
"  John  C  (Sarah)  carp  r  1452  Divisadero 
"  Russell  T  (Alma)  atty  City  Attorney  r  738 
Fell 

Air  Compressor  and  Equipment  Co  65,  1st 
"  Compressor  Co  228  Fulton 
"  Process  Mfg  Co  Pheinn  Bldg 

AIR  REDUCTION  SALES  COM- 

PANY,    Karl    L    Biackett,    Pacific  Coast 
sales   mgr,   mfrs   of  oxygen,   Park  Av  at 
Halleok,     Emeryville,    tel    Piedmont  263, 
18  Natoma 
Aircraft  &  Motor  Products  Co  58  Sutter 
Aird  Christian  (Gladys)  elk  r  1502  Castro 
"  Jas  C  blaeksmth  r  3573,  16th 
"  Milton  B  welder  r  3250,  21st 
Airdale  Hotel  649  Jones 
AIREY  see  also  Arey 

"  Wm  C  (Elizabeth)  eng  r  1240  McAllister 
Airo  Oscar  V  (Rosle  M)  seamn  r  51  Prospect  Av 
Alroln  Andrew  r  184  Vandewater 
Alroldi  Jos  (Elva)  painter  r  43  Child 
Airway  Development  and  Service  Co  433  Cali- 
fornia 

Aisa  Bros  (H  and  F)   barbers  402,  5th  Av 
Aisa  Felix  (Alsa  Bros)  r  308,  4th  Av 

••  Higmio  (Aisa  Bros)  r  308,  4th  Av 
Alssa  Peter  (Teresa)  seamn  r  377.  11th  Av 
AITCHISON  see  also  Acheson,  Ackerson,  Atclii- 
son  and  Atkinson 
"  Arth\ir  F  (Clnra)  millmn  r  3383.  22d 
"  Frank  M  (TilUc  M)  dep  r  2367  Pine 
"  Ceo  (.\Iarv)  lab  r  143  Victoria 
••  Geo  Jr  elk  r  143  Victoria 
"  Harold  piano  tuner  r  143  Victoria 
"  John  (Frnn<es)  carp  r  1457  Sanchez 
"  Robt   (I.eona)  chauffr  r  1630  Eddy 
"  Robt  W  with  Mercantile  National  Bank  of 

S  F  r  143  Victoria 
"  Win  (;  I  Minnie)  carp  r  907'/.  Rtelner 
AITKEN  see  also  Aiken  and  Akin 
"  .\  K  printer  r  74.  0th 
"  .\lliin  riveter  r  5.12  Texas 

'•   David   I,   iHnillv)   groicr  690  Castro  r  4171 
20th 

.VI I  ken  Kdwin  B  salsn  r  757  Lyon 
"  Kriink  W  (.Sara  M)  (.Mtken  (Jlensor  Clewe  & 
Van  Dine)  r  H2S  ("nmino  Del  Mar 


AITKEN 

"  Geo  J  (Mary  E)  salsn  r  1177  Stanyan 

"  Geo  J  Jr  mech  r  1177  Stanyan 

"  Glensor  Clewe  &  Van  Dine    (F  W  Aitken 

M  W  Glensor  M  E  Van  Dine  E  Clewe) 

attys)  Mills  Bldg 
"  Jas  r  2182  Bush 

"  Jas  B  (Margaret)  auto  mech  r  381,  19th  Av 
"  Jas  T  (Margaret)  stonectr  r  171  Fell 
"  Julien  M  (Myrtle)  Indy  wkr  r  251  Clinton  Pk 
"  J  W  r  909  Geary 

"  Saml  asst  foremn  US  Mint  r  Alameda 
"  Saml  W  (Dorothy)  police  r  372  Baker 
"  Stanley  J  (Sarah)  carp  r  27  Elsie 
"  Wm  mach  r  1029  Franklin 
"  Wm  B  carp  r  289  Connecticut 
"  Wm  C  lab  r  1029  Franklin 
Aitkens  E  B  r  1485  Pine 

Alton  J  S  with  Cal  &  Haw  Sugar  Ref  Co  r 
Alameda 

"  Wensley  T  (Ella)  carp  r  934  Potrero  Av 
Aiuto  Katie  (wid  Vincent)  r  864  Broadway 

"  Peter  elk  r  864  Broadway 
Aizenberg  Max  (Bessie)  embroideries  144  Taylor 

r  1284  Eddy 
Aiax  Dredging  Co  249.  1st 

"  Fire  Engine  "Wlfs  433  California 
AJAX  FORGE  COMPANY,   John  D  McPherson 
rep,    railwav    frog    and    switch  materials, 
sales  office  433  California,  tel  Sutter  4296 
"  Foundry  60  Clementina 
"  Manufacturing  Co  Louis  G  Henes  rep  75 

Fremont 
"  Mercantile  Co  507  Mission 
"  Rubber  Co  530  Golden  Gate  Av 
Akacich  F  F  &  Co  agts  110  Columbus  Av 
"  Frank  F  (F  F  Akacich  &  Co)  pres  Adriatic 
Pub  Co  110  Columbus  Av 
Akard  Door  Opener  Co  4167,  20th 
"  Jas  H  (Mary  B)  carp  r  350  Sanchez 
"  John  F  steamftr  r  .350  Sanchez 
"  W  C  supt  Sehultz  Cons  Co  r  1246  Castro 
Akasen  Amanda  waitress  r  444  Tehama 
Akashi  J  r  1818,  11th  Av 
Akerly  Anna  B  Mrs  r  1433  Clay 
AKEKMAN  see  Ackerman 
Akers  Chas  D  with  US  Mint  r  Berkeley 
"  Eddia    Miss    elk    Heyman-Weil    Co    r  908 
Stanyan 

"  Elizabeth  tchr  Pub  School  r  Berkeley 
"  E  W  r  1601  Sacramento 
"  Frank  (Ella)  police  r  544  Harrison 
"  G  Dallas  mech  r  4600  San  Bruno  Av 
"  John  M    (Mary)    mgr   Raymond  Apts  r  20 
Franklin 

"  Walter  W  with  Great  Lakes  Ref  Co 
"  Willard  B  stenog  r  451  Divisadero 

Akerson  Chas  H  (Maude)  teleg  opr  r  899  Oak 

Akesson  Amanda  r  81,  9th 

Akin  Dora  L  bkpr  r  1459  Jones 
"  Roy  (Julia)  riveter  r  843  Hayes 
"  S  L  buver  Western  Meat  Co  r  1091  Bush 

Akins  W  H  r  634  Willow 

Akmann  Christine  (wid  Wm)  r  4142,  17th 
"  Wm  H  (Martha)  elk  r  1861  Church 

Akoni  Bessie  Mrs  r  656  Pacific 

Akoumine  Adolph  (Nathalie)  tchr  music  r  1670 
O'Farrell 

"  Sophie  musician  r  1670  O'Farrell 
Akrimovich  Vincent  lab  r  727  Howard 
Akselsen  Ivar  (Anna)  molder  r  141  Duboce  Av 

"  Ivar  Jr  r  141  Duboce  Av 

"  Olaf  carp  r  141  Duboce  Av 
Aladdin  Studio  220  Post 
Alaimo  Jos  (Angie)  lab  r  2669b  Howard 

"  Jos  F  draftsmn  2669b  Howard 

"  Leo  J  (Prances)  electn  r  3392  Army 
Alameda  Cafe  7  Market 

"  Express  Co  90  Steuart 

"  Farms  Co  310  Sansome 

"  Perry  (SP  Co)  ft  Market 

"  Jos  V  (Helen)  salsn  r  450  Duboce  Av 

"  Manuel  (Mary)  r  375  Naglee  Av 

"  Sugar  Co  C  H  Crocker  pres  310  Sansome 

"  Transportation  Co  Pier  19 
Alamilla  Carlos  instr  Butler  School  of  Com  r  558 

California 
Alamo  Apartments  930  Hayes 
ALAMO  FARM  LIGHT  CO  (CaUfomia  Hydrau- 
lic Engineering  &  Supply  Co)  70  Fremont 

"  Hotel  824  Kearny 

"  Market  599  Divisadero 
Alamsky  A  (Olga)  lab  r  2236,  22nd 
Aland  John   (Lena)   pastenikr  r  758  Athens 
Alanson  Alex  (Fannie)    (Alanson  Bros  &  Co)  r 
2917  Jackson 

•'  Bertram  E  (Alanson  Bros  &  Co)  r  2917  Jack- 
son 

"  Bros  &  Co  real  est  251  Montgomery 

"  Lionel  M  (Alanson  Bros  &  Co)  r  2917  Jackson 

•'  Milton  R  phys  240  Stockton  r  2917  Jackson 

Alarcon  J  C  elk  J  H  Newbauer  &  Co  r  San 
Anselnio 
"  Vlcenta  r  1044  Jackson 

.Mario  Innozento  (Salvatore)  ponltrj-  r  197  Banks 

.\lnsin  Theresa  widow  r  581  Arch 


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Alarm  Door  Knob  Co  550  Folsom 
Alary  Adolph  (Ellen)  riveter  r  1722  Oakdale  Av 
Alaska  Bonanza  King  Mininfr  Co  310  Sansome 
ALASKA   CODFISH   CO    (Inc)    Alfred  Greene- 
baum  pres,  Henry  Levi  vice-pres  and  sec, 
15  Steuart 
"  Commercial  Bids  310  Sansome 
"  Commercial  Co  310  Sansome 
"  Fisherman's  Union  49  Clay 
ALASKA  FUR  CO,  V  Eelmonte  prop,  Importers 
and  Exporters  Furs  and  Skins,  1121  Fill- 
more, tel  West  5910 
"  Gold  Mines  Co  Hobart  Bldg 
"  Juneau  Gold  Mining. Co  Crocker  Bldg 
"  Mexican  Gold  Mining  Co  Mills  Bldg 

ALASKA  PACKERS'  ASSN 

Henry  F  Fortmann  pres,  'William  limson 

T-pres,  A  K  Tichenor  v-pres,  W  D  Motts 

sec-treas.  Wells  Fargo  &  Co  Bldg  2d  and 

Uission 
"  Pioneer  Oil  Co  65  Market 
"  Salmon  Co  141  Clay 
"  Siberian  Fur  Co  111  New  Montgomery 
"  Steamship  Co  683  Market 
ALASKA    TREAD  WELL    GOLD    MINING  CO, 

F  W  Bradley  pres,   F  A  Hammersmith 

sec,  Mills  IJldg 
ALASKA  UNITED  GOLD   MINING   CO,  F  W 

Bradley  pres,  F  A  Hammersmith  sec,  Mills 

Bldg 

Alaskin  Jos  (Lena)  r  332a  Bryant 

Alavix  Jean  P  (McDonald  Hotel)  r  550  Eddy 

Alba  Annie  (wid  Michael  T)  r  1268  Mason 

"  Antonia  widow  r  1061  Filbert 

"  Henry  asmblr  r  2520  HoTifard 
ALBACH  see  Ahlbaoh 
Alban  Stefano  lab  r  2574,  3rd 
Albano  Vincenzo  porter  r  1046  Pacific 
Albany  Hotel  187  3rd 

Albarella  John  (Jennie)  lab  r  17  Francis 

"  Jos  (Rose)  barber  2391  Folsom  r  same 
Albedi  Marie  M  (wid  Armand)  r  2966  California 
Albee  A  Lincoln  (Fannie)  lab  r  222  Prague 
"  Edmund  F  (Anna  B)  ship  joiner  r  166a  Carl 
"  L  Henri    (Rosella)    with  PT&T  Co  r  2853 

Sacramento 
"  Ward  H  stokr  SFFD  r  10  Napier 
"WE  adv  dept  M  J  Brandenstein  &  Co  r  816 
O'Farrell 
Albemarle  Apartments  375  Eddy 
Alber  Ralph  painter  r  504  Page 
Albera  Anton   (Mary)   watchmn  r  1062  Missis- 
sippi 

Alberda  Nicholas  baker  2767,  21st  r  2408  Howard 
Albere  Josephine  M  barber  r  1003  Laguna 
Alberelli  Frank    (Alberelli  &  Co)   r  1060  Ala- 
bama 

"  &  Co  (F  Alberelli  M  Lenordini  G  Garibaldi) 
fruits  2304  Mission 
Alberg  Ernest  A  (Irene)  lab  r  30  Rincon 
Alberger  Chas  R  bkpr  A  O  Stein  r  2205  Sacra- 
mento 

"  Wm  C  consulting  eng  Call  Bldg  r  2205  Sac- 
ramento 

Alberigi  Abel  (Elizabeth)  dry  goods  1345  Stock- 
ton r  1122  Pacific 

"  Albert  elk  r  868  Union 

"  Angelo  (Irene)  lab  r  22  St  Rose's  Av 

"  B  mach  r  511  Anderson 

"  Demetrio   (Catarina)  r  2120  Greenwich 

"  Frank  T  dry  goods  3400  Mission  r  833  San 
Jose  Ay 

"  Geo  driver  r  2131  Union 

"  lacopo  lab  r  20  Harris  PI 

"  Olinto  r  868  Union 

"  Peter  J  (Jennie)  mpch  r  1246  Union 

"  Robt  J  butcher  r  868  Union 
ALBERS  see  Alpers 

"  Albert  W  (Frances)   lab  r  1121  Kansas 

ALBERS  BROS.  MILLING  CO. 

office    332    Pine,    cereal   dept    Bay  and 

Taylor,  mills,  dock  and  warehouse  Oakland 

Mole,  ft  of  7th  St 
"  Edna  bknr  SO  Co  r  2818  Bush 
"  Frances  Mrs  elk  r  1121  Kansas 
"  Frank   (Gertrude)   mgr  Albers  Bros  Milling 

Co  r  2325  Van  Ness  Av 
"  Gustave  elk  Anglo-California  Trust  Co  r  1634 

Leavenworth 
"  Herman  r  2818  Bush 
"  John  grocer  1698  Sanchez 
"  Jas  R  (Zoe)  salsn  r  1445  Mason 
"  Myrtle  cashr  Wiley  B  Allen  Co  r  Oakland 
"  R  W  r  150  Guerrero 
"  &  Co  fuel  2786  California 
Albert  Agnes  (wid  Jas)  r  4316,  25*^h 
"  Alex  mach  r  284,  4th 
"  Alfred  (Marie)  cond  r  78  Gladys 
"  Apartments  2027  Hyde 
"  Caesar  (Harriet)  lab  r  51%  Hallam 
"  Caesar  H  (Virginia)  hlpr  r  831  Russia  At 
"  Carl  (Kuniguwide)  r  1300  Hayes 
"  Celio  (Sadie)  lab  r  512  Missouri 
"  Chas  (Eliza)  mach  r  514  Munich 


ALBERT 
"  Chas  oflSce  233  Post  r  Larkspur 
"  Cyrus  J  mgr  Cleveland  Pneumatic  Tool  Co 

r  Berkeley 
"  David  acct  C  A  Hooper  &  Co  r  Oakland 
"  Edw  sugarwkr  r  284,  4th 
"  E  J  r  1156  Broadway 
"  Elsa  tchr  r  1733  Oak 

"  Franc  H  jeweler  1397  Haight  r  671  Ashbury 
"  Frances  P  stenog  r  1733  Oak 
"  Hannah  elk  r  44  Bronte 

"  Henry  C  mfg  jeweler  Phelan  Bldg  r  671 
Ashbury 

"  Herman  (Frances)  r  1733  Oak 
"  Hotel  293,  4th 

"  Hjonan  (Ernestine)  glazier  r  44  Bronte 

"  Jacob  B  salsn  Kemp  Agcy  r  2406  Howard 

"  Jas  E  mach  r  3947,  18th 

"  John  (Mary)  mach  r  1118  Gough 

"  Jos  N  r  531  Anderson 

"  Leo  lab  r  44  Bronte 

"  Morris  (Dora)  tailor  455  Ellis 

"  Nicholas  (Ellie)  elk  r  531  Anderson 

"  Pike  Memorial  Temple  1859  Geary 

"  Rialto  B  elk  r  2406  Howard 

"  Robert  lab  r  175,  6th 

"  Saml  designer  r  161  Central  Av 

"  Wm  r  352  Taylor 

"  Wm  with  S  F  Hospital 
Alberta  Apartments  866  Post 
Albertazzi  E  janitor  r  127  Connecticut 
Alberti  August  elk  r  1068  Howard 

"  Domenico  A  dentist  212  Stockton  r  543  ,  4th 
Av 

"  Edw  r  101  Freelou 

"  F  J  Distributing  Co  mfts  agts  94  Golden 
Gate  At 

"  Francisco  J  (Rosina)  (F  J  Alberti  Distribut- 
ing Co)  r  543,  4th  Av 

"  Geo  F  (Kitty)  agt  Atlas  Assurance  Co  r  720 
Clayton 

"  Jos  mech  r  1141  Folsom 

"  Lawrence  B  (Margaret  R)  salsn  W  H  Wor- 

den  Co  r  1031  Broderick 
"  Oliver  musician  r  2329  Mission 
Albertieri  Vincent  (Celestina)  fisherman  r  2031 
Powell 

Albertoli  Augustine  Mrs  prop  Rex  Apts  r  1150 
Powell 

"  John  (Augustine)  mach  r  1150  Powell 

ALBERTON  REALTY  CO  (Inc)  THE,  A  E  Cohn 
pres,  817  Hearst  Bldg,  tel  Kearny  2608 

Albertos  Ernest  r  551  Kearny 

Alberts  Carl  r  1300  Hayes 
"  Fred  L  (Helen  J)  cond  r  234  Willard 
"  Herman  C  (Katherine)  eng  r  805  Amazon  AT 
"  Jas  R  (Geneva)  electn  r  619  Moscow 

Albertson  Edwin  B  (Katherine  A)  editor  Call  r 
Piedmont 

"  Geo  A  (Delia)  carp  r  319  Capitol  Av 

"  Howard  G  (Elsie)  ironwkr  r  139  Hugo 

"  John  S  cond  r  2582,  3rd 
Albertuzzi  Felice  lab  r  125  Connecticut 
Albin  Anna  J  Mrs  nurse  r  1047  Franklin 

"  C  Van  (Anna)  salsn  Weinstock  Nichols  Co 
r  1047  Franklin 

"  Leon  H  r  463,  32d  Av 

"  Louis  (Ellen)  r  2618  22d 

"  Rubin  (Albin  &  Steinberg)  r  971  Mission 

"  Shirl  D  mtrmn  r  1214  Polk 

"  &  Steinberg  (R  Albin  L  Steinberg)  tea  house 
1508  Ellis 
Albini  Emile  blksmith  r  1255  Pacific 

"  Lillian  F  hairdresser  1356  Pacific  r  1255 
Pacific 

"  Maria  (wid  Vincent)  r  1255  Pacific 
Albinson  Alfred  H  (Mary  J)  r  1702  McAllister 
Albion  Apartments  108-120  Albion 
ALBION  LUMBER  CO,  Theo  Lerch  sales  mgr, 
mfrs  Redwood  lumber,  1501  Hobart  Bldg, 
tel  Garfield  644 
Albioni  Silvio  r  22  Edith  PI 
Albisetti  E  steward  r  1038  Pine 
ALBORN  see  Ahlbom 

"  Fred  r  2020  Howard 
Albora  Martin  (Tomasa)  r  1513  Mason 

"  Rudolph  dep  Tax  Collr  r  305  Lombard 
Alborough  Ida  G  Mrs  (Esmond's)  253  Grant  At 
Albot  F  eng  r  146  McAllister 
Albouze  Marie  Mrs  r  2409  Sacramento 
Albrecht  Albert  (Ruth)  r  1277.  7th  Av 

"  Catherine  (wid  Fredk)  r  183  Page 

"  Dorothy  r  1111  Pine 

"  Edw  J  (Katherine)  barber  r  380  Waller 

"  Evelyn  M  Mrs  buyer  O'Connor  Moffatt  &  Co 
r  1111  Pine 

"  Francis  P  (May)  Int  Rev  Agt  r  1277,  7th  Av 

"  Fred  mach  r  344,  4th 

"  Fredk  W  (Irene)  driver  r  135  Diamond 

"  Geo  W  (Anna)  boxmkr  r  262  Harold  Av 

"  Herman  painter  r  3444,  18th 

"  Hugo  (Marie)  cond  r  18  Delgado  PI 

"  Jas  W  pkr  r  338  Girard 

"  Lily  Mrs  r  310  Post 

"  Margaret  C  finisher  r  338  Girard 

"  Michael  (Esther)  hlpr  r  338  Girard 


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ALBRECHT 

"  Eaynold  A  messgr  SO  Co  r  Larkspur 

"  Wm  r  salsn  r  6736  Mission 
Albrechtsen   L   Christian    (EUa)    auto  painter 

r  1883  Cliurch 
Albrefczenski  Annie  (wid  John)  r  32%  Belcher 

"  Edw  J  (Catherine)  barber  r  380  Waller 

"  John  carp  r  32%  Belcher 
Albrett  Jas  (Minnie)  steamftr  r  2370  Mission 
AlbriKht  Archibald  D  elk  r  81  Ord 

"  Carson  A  r  1030 .  Sacramento 

"  Dorothy  elk  Mangrum  &  Otter  r  1111  Pine 

"  Elwood   M    supt   HocUner   Art    Serrice,  r 
Palo  Alto 

"  Frank  classblr  r  2370  Mission 

"  Freda  (wid  Robt)  r  81  Ord  Ct 

"  Geo  cutter  r  2745  Mission 

"  H  r  47  Noe 

"  H  Oliver   (Gertrude  P)   mgr  Paul  Elder  & 

Co  r  737  Buena  Vista  At 
"  Jas  F  with  Am  Ry  Ex  r  Alameda 
"  Lewis  H  salsn  r  1030  Sacramento 
"  Mabel   E   elk   O'Connor   Moffatt   cfe   Co  r 

Berkeley 
"  Maybelle  elk  r  1240  Bush 
"  Oliver  bkpr  Wells  Fargo  Nevada  National 

Bank  r  Oakland 
"  Kobt  P  (Edna)  coremkr  r  540  Eureka 
"  Wm  A  (Olga)  lab  r  221%,  29th 
Albritton  T  C  r  161  Ellis 

Albro  John  P  elk  US  Customs  r  1533  Sutter 
Alburtus  Alex  tailor  r  344,  3rd 
Albury  Ernest       elk  r  1132  Alabama 

"  Fred  G  (Christine)  molder  r  3174,  25th 

"  Fredk  G  molder  r  3174,  25th 

"  Geo   (Florence)  mach  r  3486,  18th 

"  Eobt  (Alice)  foremn  r  3467.  19th 
Alby  Harriet  typist  r  478,  35th  Av 
Alcalde  Alfonso  (Josephine)  contr  r  443  Lombard 

"  Gold  Mines  Co  57  Post 
Alcalay  Jacob  (Ernestine)  cigars  393  Hayes 
Alcantara  Eusebio  lab  r  1204  Stockton 
Alcaraz  Albert  r  2190  Sutter 
Alcayaga  Alfred  A  (Annie)  mech  r  173  Randall 
Alcazar  Hotel  326  O'Farrell 

"  Improvement  Co  350  Post 

"  Theatre  258  O'Farrell 
Alchera  Emil  with  L  Malvino  r  Roma  Hotel 
Alchin  Carolyn  r  641  O'Farrell 
Alcia  Apartments  1849  Page 
Alciatl  Eugene  janitor  r  1827  Powell 

"  Secondo  r  22  Grover  PI 
Alclyde  Apartments  300  Hyde 
Alco  Apartments  597  Guerrero  and  1650  Clay 

"  Julian  H  Christian  Scientist  1507  California 

"  Marv    (wid   Herman)    Christian   Scientist  r 
1507  California 
ALCO  TAXICAB  CO,  Wm  J  Gallagher  Co  props, 

623  Grove,  tel  Franl;lin  123 
Alcouffe  Celestin  (Pelagic)  tanner  r  1781  Oak- 
dale  Av 

Aldana  Enrique  M  (Lucie)  phys  r  1703  Jackson 
Alda  Hotel  420  Kearny 
Aldana  Apartments  2927  Sacramento 
"  Arthur  elk  r  1357  Scott 

"  Enrique  S   (Carmen)   elk  W  R  Grace  &  Co 

r  1861  Scott 
"  Joaquin  S  (Maria  A)  elk  W  R  Grace  &  Co 
r  426  Brodei-ick 
Alday  Adolph  (Mary)  r  403  Harrison 
Alden  Albert  H  (Nora)  pkr  r  50  Regent 
"  Annie  (wid  Isaac  K)  r  248,  16th  Av 
"  Bertram  F   (Leonie)   phys  126  Post  r  1071 
Page 

"  Carl  G  r  149,  3d 

"  Chas  (Christine)  .ianitor  r  4339,  19th 
"  Edw  J  mech  r  1020  Hayes 
"  Gus  butcher  r  1773.  15th 

"  Herbert  0  (Marguerite)  dftsn  G  W  Kelham 

1336  Shrader 
"  Holt  W  dentist  r  1840  Green 
"  John  W  (Martha  D|  dept  mgr  AViUys-Over- 
land  Pac  Co  r  147  Alma 
•  "  Lloyd  elk  r  1620  Hayes 
"  Max  leather  goods  525  Market  r  2268  Jackson 
"  Oliver  (Hilda)  agt  r  173  Grattan 
"  Saml  salsn  Marshall  Newell  Sup  Co  r  Ala- 
meda 

"  Saml  B  (Mary)  r  1620  Hayes 
"  Seth  F  (Helen)  mgr  r  1004  Broadway 
"  Wm  lal)  r  ;i7  Oiliimbus  Av 
ALDENHAGEN  WM  G,  sec-troas  Western  Pipe 

&  Steel  Co  of  Cal,  444  Market,   r  1409 

Lyon 

Aldenhovcn  Jolin  r  1288  McAllister 
Alder  Clias  W  pkr  r  227  Pierce 
Aldera  .los  with  Western  Meat  Co  r  373  Arkan- 
^a^^ 

Aldereroft  Apartments  1134  Hyde 

Alderdlce  Mary  M  (wid  Jos)  r  1855  Sacramento 

Alderman  Clarence  0  (Delia  M)  mach  r  30  St 

Mary's  At 
"  Max  (Bessie)  mach  r  62  Dcerbom 
Alder«iin  Aimle  E  tchr  Pub  School  r  2390  Pnclfic 

Av 

"  r  Mrs  r  r,r,r,  nmh 


ALDERSON  FREDK  L  v-pres  Tayler  &  Spots- 
wood  Co  r  Berkeley 
"  Harry  E  (Cordelia)  phys  240  Stockton  r  2649 
Green 

"  John  A  (Amaranth  B)  r  330  Irving 
"  John  B  (Eleanor  B)  r  1360,  20th  At 
"  John  W  (Annie)  carp  r  1724a  Turk 
"  Leslie  L  with  Winton  Co  r  184  Valencia 
Aldige  Eloise  S  stenog  Wiley  B  Allen  Co  r  540 

Leavenworth 
Aldred  Alfred  M  (Emma  J)  chauffr  r  404  Maple 
Aldrich  Agnes  M   tch  Pub  School  r  15  West 
Presidio 

"  Edw  R  (Emily  J)  elk  QM  Corps  USA  r  2814 
Sacramento 

"  Emil  J  (Emma)  harnessmkr  r  271  Jersey 
"  Ethel  Mrs  r  560  Powell 
"  Fred  D  (Lizzie)  r  1416  Broadway 
"  Hotel  439  Jones  '  ' 

"  Jane  M  Mrs  tchr  r  573  Edinburgh 
"  Kenneth  N  (JaneM)  elk  573  Edinburgh 
"  Martin  G  mach  r  928  Ellis 
"  Ralph  N  inspr  SO  Co  r  1416  Broadway 
"  Sabin  A  (Madge)    (Berry  &  Aldrich)  r  430 
Steiner 

"  Stuart  (Edith  M)  cashier  PO  r  720  Jones 
"  Swinton  D   (United  Am  Trading  Co)   r  640 
Post 

"  Wm  A  (Verona)    (United  Am  Trading  Co) 
r  5,  3d  Av 
Aldridge  A  U  r  159,  7th 

"  Don   C   broker  381  Bush 
ALDRIDGE  EARLE,  sec-mgr  Graton  &  Knight 
Mfg  Co,  247  Mission,  tel  Kearny  3576,  r  734 
Bush 

"  Edw  J  r  3881,  18th 

"  Harold  (Lillian)  sawmkr  r  503  Bartlett 

"  Helen  (wid  Peter)  r  2321  Bryant 

"  Milton  J  sawmkr  r  2321  Bryant 

"  T  Mrs  r  1105  Larkin 
Alduenda  Jos  B  elk  r  912  Jackson 
Aldunate  Pedro  mach  r  1341  Alabama 
ALDWELL  EDWARD  C,  asst  sec  Bank  of  Italy, 

r  San  Mateo 
Ale  John  hlpr  r  63,  28th 
Aleda  Hotel  1457  Geary 

Alegre  Albert   (Marie)   elev  opr  1156%  Wash- 
ington 

Alegretti  Clorinda  r  1648  Great  Highway 
Alegria  Luis  sec   (Thrift  Ine)   r  Oakland 
Alemite  Lubricator  Co  624  Van  Ness  At 
Alenberg  Claus  cUc  r  402  Broadway 
Aleo  John  (Lena)  whsemn  r  265e  Clara 
Alessandrelli  Eaffaelle  restaurant  240  Columbug 

At,  r  916  Pacific 
Aiessandro  Alex  elk  Jas  F  Arata  r  645  Broadway 
"  J  r  1550  Polk 

"  Jos  (Antoinette)  elk  r  645  Broadway 
Alessio  Giuseppe  (Clementina)  grocer  808  Bryant 

r  14  Fargo  PI 
"  Louis  (Adele)  tailor  r  21  Theresa 
"  Silvio   (Cesarina)   baking  1624  Powell,  r  7 

Kent 

Alesson  Geo  (Bertha)  mach  r  3327,  25th 

Aleto  Otero  miner  r  666  Green 

Alex  Gust  lab  r  65a  Clara 

Alexander  A  r  1255  Clay 
"  Abraham  printer  r  336  Connecticut 
"  Abraham  J  (Isabelle)  mach  r  1056  Cole 
"  Abraham  S  (Sarah)  mgr  r  580  McAllister 
"  Adolph  elk  Lesser  Bros  Co  r  1045  Post 
"  Agnes  M  buyer  City  of  Paris  r  112  Edna 
"  Alex  r  239,  3d 

"  Alfred  H  mattressmkr  r  1928a  Golden  Gate 
At 

"  Amasa  L  (Agnes  H)  blksmith  r  2110  Divisa- 
dero 

"  Amasa  R  r  2110  Divisadero 
"  Amy  Mrs  r  2763  McAllister 
"  Apartments  500,  7th  Av 
"  Apartments  1396  Golden  Gate  Av 
"  Arabelle  B  (wid  Jos)  r  41  Lyon 
"  Archie  A  sampler  r  2168  Sutter 
"  Arthur  F  (Antoinette)  pressman  r  714,  16th 
Av 

"  Augusta  M  with  Bank  of  Cal  N  A  r  Berkeley 
"  Aylmer  H  r  151,  8th  Av 

"  B  Tearle  (Alexander  &  Tonjes)  833  Market 

"  B  A  fruits  1192  Market 

"  Bernice  nurse  r  1423  Sacramento 

"  Bertha  (wid  Walter)  r  17  Noe 

"  C  r  1000  Sutter 

"  Bros  carpet  cleaning  219  San  Bruno  At 
"  Catherine  widow  r  44  StiUman 
"  Cecil  E  lab  r  552  Irving 

"  Celia  (wid  Manuel)  r  1928a  Golden  Gate  Av 
"  Center  G  (Louise  M  )  carpetlyr  r  85  Dehon 
"  C  H  dept  mgr  Anglo  &  London  Paris  Nat 

Bank  r  734  Bush 
"  Chas  hlpr  r  J255  Clay 
"  Chas  waiter  r  1632  Mason 
"  Chas  A  (Emily)  salsn  r  239a  Webster 
"  Chas  F  carpet  cleaning  r  1928a  (Jolden  Gate 
At 

"  Chns  M  (Elizabeth)  foremn  r  3582  California 
'•  Cliirn  Mrs  r  552  Irving 


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"  Clarence  D  (Lillie)  dairymu  r  1105  Lagvma 
"  Clifford  actor  r  600  Geary 
"  Co  decorators  830  Market 
"  Constance  H  r  2311  Broadway 
"  Constantine  (Eay)  grocer  2448  California 
"DC  salsu  Cyrus  Peirce  &  Co  r  Burlingame 
"  Dixie  elk  Butterick  Pub  Co  r  195,  Tth 
"  Earle  R  elk  Mergenthaler  Lino  Co  r  3310 
California 

"  Earle  G  (Maurine)   (Altixander  &  Lavenson) 
r  Piedmont 

ALEXANDER  E  C,  electric  vibratory  bath  vio- 
let ray  and  massage  parlors,  formerly  Bo- 
hemian  Club  Masseur  Room,   318  Douglas 
Bldg,  908  Market,  tel  Kearny  5144 
"  Edgar  W  oculist  135  Stockton  r  San  Bafael 
"  Edw  elk  r  17  Noe 
"  Ed-w  A  (Minnie)  salsn  r  426,  22d  Av 
"  Edw  C  (Anna  B)  printer  3898,  17th 
"  Edw  H  elk  r  60,  7th 
"  Edith  M  Mrs  r  1165  Turk 
"  Edwin  A  dentist  Flood  Bldg  r  2340  Union 
"  E  E  elk  J  W  Suffecoal  r  237,  3d 
"  Egbert  elk  Am  Trading  Co  r  Los  Altos 
"  Elizabeth  Mrs  r  3582  California 
"  Elmer  J  hlpr  r  3823  Army 
ALEXANDER  ERNEST  R  (Marie)  asst  cashier 
The  Anglo  &  London  Paris  National  Bank, 
r  1228  Grove 
"  Frank  janitor  r  259,  7th 
"  Frieda  sec  John  O  Dresser  r  576,  15th  Av 
"  Geo  M  salsn  A  Schwartz  r  1070  Pine 
"  Geo  P  salsn  Pac  Pipe  Co  r  Berkeley 
"  Geo  R  (Blanche)  salsn  r  641a  Capp 
'*  G^o  W  (Birdie)  tailor  r  75  Caselli  Av 
"  Gladys  dressmkr  r  910  Montgomery 
"  Gotha  (wid  Elias)  r  93  Cowden 
"  Grant  Y  (Alexander  &  Martens)  r  216,  4th 
Av 

"  Granville  "W  (Elizabeth)  r  2843  Green 

"  Gus  mar  eng  r  757  Natoma 

"  G  "W  r  2414  Webster 
ALEXANDER    HAMILTON    INSTITUTE.  Jaa 
A   Gorman   and   John   E   Golden   rep,  305 
Crocker  Bldg,  tel  Douglas  967 

"  Harriet  widow  r  1333a  Powell 

"  Harry  clothing  mfr  518  Market  r  3476  Clay 

"  Harry  (Grace)  Reliable  Auto  Parts  &  Sup- 
ply Co)  r  879  Turk 

"  Harry  waiter  r  21  Wayne  PI 

"  H  C  elk  r  YMCA 

"  Henry  (Annie)  investor  r  820  Franklin 
"  Hiram  H  (Elizabeth)  painter  r  2355  Green- 
wich 

"HO  rep  Miller  Rubber  Co  r  622  Sacramento 

"  Horace  M  printer  641  Mission 

"  Horace  S  elk  r  1144  Mariposa 
ALEXANDER  HOTEL,  absolutely  fireproof,  ad- 
joining St  Francis   Hotel,    352   Geary,  tel 
Douglas  2200 

"  Isaac  S  (Elizabeth)  broker  r  1840  Franklin 

"  J  Mrs  r  836  Turk 

"  Jacob  salsn  r  1716  Sutter 

"  Jas  salsu  r  3476  Clay 

"  Jas  (Konstantlna)  mach  r  3480  San  Bruno  Av 
"  J  B  v-pres  Globe  Grain  &  Milling  Co  r  Los 
Angeles 

"  Jennie  L  stenog  Am  Red  Cross  r  1105  Larkin 

"  Jesse  J  salsn  r  1840  Franklin 

"  Jesse  B  cashr  Inlaid  Floor  Co  r  Burlingame 

"  Jewel  (Redman  &  Alexander)  r  151.  16th  Av 

"  John  (Mary  C)  cond  r  1200  Arguello  Blvd 

"  John  (Sadie)  salsn  r  2572  California 

"  .John  A  (Martha)  ironwkr  r  3823  Army 

"  John  E  (Daisy  E)  atty  r  322  Baker 

"  John  E  atty  Mills  Bldg  r  3627  Irving 

"  John  F  eng  Interstate  Com  r  Berkeley 

"  Jos  (Phebe)  r  505  Church 

"  Jos  lab  r  82  Perry 

"  Jos  J  elk  Langley  &  Michaels  Co  r  1575  Pine 

"  Jbs  J  (Marie)  driver  r  244  Mvrtle 

"  Josephine  C  (wid  Henry)  r  3995,  17th 

"  Julia  W  (wid  Edw)  r  42  Valley 

"  Katherine  r  620  Post 

ALEXANDER  L.  &  M. 

(L,  £,  and  M.  S.)  typewriters,  supplies  and 
typewriters   rented,    444   Market  upstairs, 
tel  Sutter  306 
"  Laura  (wid  A  C)  r  3033  Stelner 
"  Laura  I  (wid  Jos)  r  40  Pond 
"  Lena  (wid  Isaac)  r  181  Corbett  Av 
"  Lina  (wid  Ernest)  r  253  Bartlett 
"  Leo  E  Goodrich  Rubber  Co  r  3898,  17th 
"  Leo  E  (L  &  M  Alexander)  r  1000  Sutter 
"  Leon  porter  r  1304  Stockton 
"  Lillian  E  elk  SPRR  r  2110  Dlvlsadero 
"  Lois  r  2211  California 
"  Loretta  M  dep  US  Int  Rev  r  3995,  17th 
"  Louis  salsn  r  2211  California 
"  Louis  M  r  93  Cowden 

"  Manuel  J  (Margaret)  electn  r  1459,  24th  Av 
"  Slargaret  r  1616  Jackson 

"  Margaret  A  tchr  Pub  School  r  820  Franklin 


ALEXANDER 
"  Marjorie  r  1105  Laguna 

"  Martin  P  (Gussie  A)  mach  1930  Golden  Gate 
Av 

"  Mary  Mrs  r  1253  Octavia 
"  Mary  E  r  1265,  27th  Av 
"  Maternity  Cottage  3700  California 
"  Max    (Edna)    candies   2128  Mission   r  396a 
Capp 

"  Max  S  painter  r  312  Mason 

"  M  C  (Dora)  r  1396  Golden  Gate  Av 

"  Michl  S  (L  &  M  Alexander)  r  1000  Sutter 

"  Millie  widow  r  2311  Broadway 

"  Monte  C  with  J  B  F  Davis  &  Son  r  Oakland 

"  Moses  carpetlyr  r  877p  Shotwell 

"  Myrtle  S  elk  r  336  Connecticut 

"  Nero  C  (Dora)  1396  Golden  Gate  Av 

"  Olga  (wid  Saml)   r  1045  Post 

"  Oscar  R  elk  Hoffman  Bros  r  1624  Sacramento 

"  Philip  W  (Miles  Bros) 

"  Rae  prin  Pub  School  r  3476  Clay 

"  Raymond  (Edith  D)  (Alexander  &  Smith) 
r  448,  10th  Av 

"  Richd  G  (Annie)  electn  r  3940  Army 

"  Richd  L  elk  Colton  House  r  224,  3d 

"  Robt  S  carp  r  312  Mason 
ALEXANDER    ROY    B    (Katherine)  (Peacock 
Alexander  &  Hunter  Co)   and  v-pres  Pea- 
cock Motor  Sales  Co,  r  1277,  28th  Av 

"  Ruby  M  stenog  McNab  &  Smith  r  1200  Ar- 
guello Blvd 

"  Saml  E  blksmlth  r  2110  Divisadero 

"  Saml  E  auto  mech  r  1928a  Golden  Gate  Av 

"  Sarah  dressmkr  r  2030  Scott 

"  S  Craig  mgr  Dodwell  &  Co  r  512  Van  Ness  Av 

"  T  r  528  Kearny 

"  T  mtrmn  r  50  Lyon 

"  Thos  F  (Alexander's  Hat  Works)  r  528  Kear- 
ny 

"  Thos  G  r  1317  Page 

"  Thos  P  electn  r  402  Russia  Av 

"  Wallace  M  pres  and  SF  mgr  Alexander  & 
Baldwin  (Ltd)  r  Piedmont 

"  Walter  (Rose)  driver  r  164  Lexington 

"  Wilbert  H  mgr  Douglas  Bldg  r  1535  Leaven- 
worth 

"  Wm  (Grace)  elk  r  708,  6th  Av 
"  Wm  P  comp  H  S  CROCKER  CO  (Inc)  r  1646 
Bush 

"  Wm  G  v-pres  and  treas  Bain-Alexander  Co 

r  San  Jose 
"  Wm  M  firemn  r  2110  Divisadero 
"  Wm  S  ins  525  Market  r  650  Bush 
"  Wm  S  (Luella)  mgr  Ogden  Pkg  &  Preservo 

Co  r  2462,  28th  Av 
"  Wm  T  (Alexander  &  Kuhn)  2526  Lake 
"  Wm  W  (Elizabeth)   chairmkr  r  1113  Guer- 
rero 

ALEXANDER  &  BALDWIN  (Ltd),  W  M  Alex- 
ander pres  and  SF  mgr,  H  A  Baldwin 
v-pres,  J  Guild  sec,  shipping  and  commis- 
sion merchants,  Alaska  Commercial  Bldg, 
310  Sansome 

"  &  Kuhn  furnaces  681  Market 

"  &  Lavenson  Electrical  Supply  Co  138,  2d 

"  &Martens    (G  Y  Alexander  F   T  Martens) 
ins  Hearst  Bldg 
ALEXANDER  &  O'DONNELL  (John  O'Donnell) 
attys-at-law,    1602    Humboldt    Bank  Bldg, 
tel  Douglas  1538 

"  &  Smith  (R  Alexander  S  C  Smith)  garage 
2360  Post 

"  &  Tonjes   (B  T  Alexander  H  Tonjes)  mfrs 
agts  833  Market 
ALEXANDER'S  HAT  WORKS  (Thomas  F  Alex- 
ander)  office  and   salesrooms  460  Kearny, 
factory  321  Kearny 
Alexandra    Manuel     (Mary)    fishermn    r  512 
Chestnut 

Alexandre  Andre  printer  r  1255  Clay 
"  Chas  boilermkr  r  1255  Clay 
"  Jos  R  (Jessie)  r  1379  Union 
"  Marcelina  (wid  John  J)  r  1242  Jackson 

Alexandria  Hotel  1010  Bush 

Alexandrian    Haraut   (Pvlazoo)   rug    repr  2477 

Sacramento  r  2327  Bush 
Alexandridis   Philip    (Veda)    blksmith   r  1924 

Ellis 

Alexandre  Danl  r  453  Kearny 
Alexandroff  A  elev  opr  r  605  Montgomery 
Alexich  Angeline   (wid  Gregory)  r  1825  Irving 
Alexiff  B  lab  r  959  Kansas 
"  Fred    Rev    pastor    First    Russian  Baptist 
Church  r  959  Kansas 
Aleoty  Edw  S  acct  r  1634  Waller 
Alf  E  J  r  1565  Scott 

Alfaro  Jos  (Trinidad)  cigarmkr  r  244  Vienna 

"  Manuel  r  1485  Bush 

"  Rafael  (Lula)   shlpbldr  r  27  Salmon 
Alferitz  Cinchy  (wid  Geo  A)  r  2224  Clay 

"  Estate  628  Montjiomery 
Alff  Frank  lab  r  667  Clay 
Alfiere  Adda  J  (wid  Jos  S)  r  43  Persia 

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ALFONSO     JOSE     H,    interpreter,  translator 
and    teacher   of   Spanish    and   English,  21 
Columbus  Av,  tel  Kearny  4544,  r  Oakland 
Alford  Alonzo  M  (La Verne)  electn  r  539.  5th  Av 
"  Predk  driver  r  1830  Church 
"  Harry  N  (Sarah)  eng  r  38  Edna 
"  Henrietta   (wid  Frank)  r  2385  Bush 
"  Pearl  elk  r  1834  Fillmore 
"  Thos   r   sec  Laundry   Owners   Assn   of  SF 
r  125  Mono 
Alfred  Kobt  (Camille)  lab  r  31b  Guy  PI 

"  Wm  r  18a  Hitch 
Alfret  Gustav  C  r  1816  Church 
Alfs    Carl   J    (Kohlwey   Smith  -Alfs   Elec  Co) 
r  Oakland 
"  M  r  745  Pine 
Algar  Anna  G  (wid  Frank  C)  r  2e08b  Sutter 
"  Lulu   J   bkpr   Morse   Detective   and  Patrol 
Service  r  2608b  Sutter 
Alger  E  H  asst  eng  TMCA  r  598  Eddy 
"  Irving  G  CJosephine)  tchr  Pub  School  r  810 
Cabrillo 

Alehieri  Antone  (Amelia)  lithogr  r  307a  Guer- 
rero 

Algier  Ross  mach  SVW  Co  r  320  Valencia 
Algiro  Peter  (Jennie)  lab  r  526  Charter  Oak  Av 
Algo  F  J  salsn  r  545  O'Farrell 
Algoma  Apartments  1050  Post 
Algonquin  Apartments  1276  Jones 
ALGREN,  see  also  Ahlgren  and  Allgren 

"  Gus  auto  mech  r  546  Page 

"  Mary  r  546  Page 

"  Wm  W  (Anna)  mar  eng  Hearst  Bldg  r  214 
Haight 
Algro  Jos  lab  r  377,  6th 
Alhambra  Hotel  Apartments  860  Geary 

"  Market  76  Sanchez 
ALHAMBRA  WATER  DEPOT,  E  D  Sellers  mgr, 
pure  drinking  water  for  of&ces  and  homes, 
360  Fell,  tel  Market  6516 
Alholm  John  (Anna)  carp  r  375  Banks 

"  Peter  lab  r  375  Banks 
Aliaga  Miguel  steward  r  1555  Mason 
Aliamus  August  J  (Lena)  tmstr  r  139  Crescent 
At 

Alicandro  Saml  r  376  TJnion 

Alice  Apartment  43  Cole 

Alicia  Mutual  Water  Co  9  Main 

Alin  Andrew  tmstr  r  2308  Howard 
"  Leon  salsn  r  2308  Howard 
"  Louis  with  Call  r  2308  Howard 
"  Marie  (wid  Ferdinand)  r  2308  Howard 

Alidl  Alex  (Esther)  fruits  1710  Church 

Alino  Mario  (Marguerite)  hlpr  r  38  Salmon 

Alioto  Anthony  (Catalina)  fishermn  r  2227 
Taylor 

"  Chas  elk  r  550  Lombard 

"  Dominico   (Mary)   fish  r  2124  Mason 

"  Alioto  Prank  (Josie)  fish  r  447  Chestnut 

"  Frank  (Tillie)  fish  r  2010  Powell 

"  Giuseppe  Jr   (Domenica)   pres  SF  Intl  Fish 

Co  r  572  Filbert 
"  Ignacio  (Frances)  fish  r  574  Filbert 
"  .Tohn  (Rose)  fish  2128  Mason 
"  Jos  (Lena)  r  2131a  Mason 
"  Jos  (Mamie)  fish  r  572  Filbert 
"  Peter  (Josephine)  fish  r  550  Lombard 
"  Sebastian  fishermn  r  714a  Bay 
"  Thos  (Sadie)  fish  r  702  Lombard 
Aliotti  Francisco  fishermn  r  1913  Stockton 
Aliphat  Eiigene  D    (Lydia  B  M)   driller  r  IGl 
Anderson 

ALISON,  see  also  Allison  and  Ellison 

"  Mary  (wid  Lester)  bkpr  r  946  Broadway 

"  Wm  H    (Gertrude  H)    mar  eng  Emergency 

Fleet  Corn  r  2010  Pierce 
"  Wm  H  Jr  student  VC  2010  Pierce 
Alkalay  Betty  (wid  Jos)  r  40  Henry 
"  Leopold  J  (Bertha)  jeweler  704  Market  r  36 

Hartford 

"  Theodore  R  exam  Ins  Co  of  NA  r  46  Henry 
Alkus  Emile  elk  Apex  Button  Co  r  5050  Geary 
All  Hallows  Church  (RC)  Rev  Danl  0  Sullivan 
pastor  Newhall  bet  Oakdale  and  Palou  Aves 
"  Resilient  Rubber  Process  Co  366  Golden  Gate 
Av 

"  Saints  Church  (Episcopal)  Rev  Schuyler 
Pratt  pastor  Waller  bet  Masonic  Av  and 
Ashbnry 

"  Star  Features  Distributors  101  Golden  Gate 
Av 

Alledino  Louis  lab  r  2474  Lombard 
Allaert  Allx'rt  J   (Hertha)  butcher  J  Allaert  & 
Co  r  ,3350  Sacramento 
"  J  &  Co  (Julius  Allaert)  butcher  1881  Pacific 
"  Julius     (Emma)     (J    Allaert  &  Co)    r  131 
('herry 

AllalM  lienj  Rev  pastor  Notre  Dame  des  Vlctolres 

Church  (UC)  r  520  Bush 
Allamerano  N  (}lk  r  2148  Sutter 
ALLAN  see  Allen  and  AUvne 

"  Alfred  D  As.sessdrs  Office  r  1328  Vallejo 

"  Alma  (will  Stephen)  r  422.  29th 

"  Andrew  eng  r  3727a.  25tli 

"  Andrew  (Bessie)  lab  r  11.37  Folsom 


ALLAN  CLARENCE  E,  sec  Continental  Ins  Co 
of    N    y,    Fidelity-Phenix    Fire    Ins  Co, 
American  Eagle  Fire  Ins  Co.  441  California, 
r  Berkeley 
"  Douglas  r  1602  Revere  Av 
"  Emery  L  hlpr  r  611.  5th  Av 
"  Errol  C  eng  GenI  Appraisal  Co  r  380  Eddy 
"  Eugene  C  adv  solr  r  4700  Geary 
"  F  r  142  Kearny 

"  Fredk  P  (Annie)  .ianitor  r  1260.  4th  Av 

"  Geo  A  elk  SO  Co  r  1239.  4th  Av 

"  Geo  B  dispatcher  r  1309  Vermont  - 

"  Harry  C  atty  Mills  Bldg  r  211  Winfleld 

"  Home  Apartments  3(54.  9th 

"  Hotel  411  Eddy 

"  Jas  (Jeanne)   (Allan  &  Pyle)  r  1602  Revere 

"  .Tas  (Laura)  elk  r  75.  7th  Av 

"  J'as  B  (.Julia)  mach  r  1049  Minna 

"  Jas  (Daisy)  contr  r  3041  Steiner 

"  Jesse  C  bkpr  Dodge  Sweeney  &  Co  r  1059 

Leavenworth 
"  John  (Matilda  L)  mach  r  1235.  11th  Av 
"  J  W  collr  r  220.  8th  Av 
"  Louisa  (wid  Geo)  r  2301  Polk 
"  Margaret  J  (vrid  Geo  G)  r  757  Castro 
"  Nieta  D  (wid  Wm)  r  1276.  30th  Av 
"  Patk  G  (Ada)  r  205%  Clipper 
"  R  B  elk  Glidden  Co  of  Cal 
"  R  H  r  1120  Hyde 

"  Robt  E  (Anna  M)  sec  SF  Bodies  No  1  AA 

SR  r  1239,  4th 
"  Susannah  B  (wid  Robt)  r  2771  Folsom 
"  Thos  A    (Anna  H)   atty  Kohl  Bldg  r  333 
Hugo 

"  Thos  M  L  (Belle)  r  4405  California 

"  Wallace  V  elk  r  2771  Folsom 

"  &   Pyle    (J   Allan  G  Pyle)    whol  butchers 
Evans  and  Railroad  Av 
Allander  Earl  C  elk  SP  Co  r  Oakland 

"  Walter  E  salsn  Hathaway  Smith  Folds  &  Co 
r  Oakland 
ALLARD  see  EUard 

"  Chas  A  dep  US  Int  Rev  r  Stockton 

"  C  driver  r  3377.  26th 

"  Edw  J  r  660  Valencia 

"  John  (Albina)  auto  polishing  3101  Broderlck 

r  1661  Pacific 
"  Mary  J  (wid  David  B)  r  31  RivoU 
Allardt  C  F  drftsmn  Chas  C  Moore  Co  engineers 

r  Oakland 
Allardyce  Charlotte  nurse  r  519  Baker 
"  John  C  (Novelty  Seed  Importing  Co)  r  519 

"  K  L  Mrs  r  2961  Jackson 

"  Robt  R  bkpr  Novelty  Seed  Importing  Co  r 

519  Baker 

Allari  Herman  (Clarice)  butcher  2814  Bush 
"  Louis  G  (Nellie)  butcher  r  4016.  25th 
"  Louis  G  Jr  (Georgia)   electn  r  1243  Union 
ALLBRIGHT  see  Albright 
"  Geo  E  shoemkr  r  2745  Mission 
Allcut  G  P  bkpr  I  E  Thaver  &  Co  r  Fruitvale 
Alldack  Rosa  (wid  Fred)  r  1358  Waller 
AUder  Clarence  C  elk  PO  r  1506  Ellis 
Alldo  Gustave  clnr  r  487  N  Parkview  Av 

ALLEO    J.    NEW  PARISIAN 

DYEING   AND   CLEANING   WORKS  (Inc) 
Main   office   and   works   2140-2164  Folsom, 
tel  Market  406,  branches  2310  Fillmore  nr 
Sacramento,   1548  Fillmore  nr  Gearv.  1412 
Polk  nr  Pine,  255  Grant  Av  nr  Sutter,  2467 
Mission  bet  20th  and  21st.  134  Powell,  704 
Larkin  nr  Ellis.   Oakland  Office  454,  12th 
nr  Broadway,  tel  Oakland  173 
ALLEC    JEAN    (Rosine)    pres    and   mgr  New 
Parisian  Dyeing  and  Cleaning  Wks,  2140- 
2164  Folsom,  tel  Market  406.  r  2397  Folsom 
"  Jos  (Alloc  &  Deynies)  r  433  Ellis 
"  Jos  (Angelo)  lnd■^^vkr  r  3851.  24th 
"  L  W  r  140  Mason 

"  &  Deynies  (J  AUec  M  Deynies)  props  Hotel 
Idora  433  Ellis 
Allee  Lillian  J  prlv  sec  r  3249  Jackson  • 
AUegaert  Albert  V  mech  r  365a.  29th 

"  Amedee  (Mamie)  r  466  Diamond 

"  Chas  (Louisa)  carp  r  2226.  15th 

"  Jos  peddler  r  369a,  29th 

"  Leo  E  (Margaret)  elk  r  4272b.  23d 

"  Louise  (wid  Chas)  r  365a.  29th 

"  Raymond  A  (Jeania)  r  2220.  15th 
Allegrctti  Elizabeth  Mrs  r  36a  Adair 

"  Ursula  Miss  elk  M  Friedman  &  Co  r  36a 
Adair 

Allcign  Edw  AV  (Phoebe  A)  carp  r  421.  18th  At 
AUenuind  Auguste  (Lucy)  cook  r  45  Bonlta 
•'  Chas  (Augusta)  lnd5^vkr  r  717  Treat  At 
"  Constant  (Irma)  dyer  r  344  Capp 
"  Fidele  gardener  r  1.570  Clay 
"  Frank  dyer  r  170  Shotwell 
"  Peter  (Malvina)  dyer  r  170  Shotwell 
ALLEMANN  see  Allman  and  Almon 
"  Chas  (Lena)  whsmn  r  528.  3d  Av 
"  Esther  (wid  BenJ  F)  r  4.34  Divlsadero 
"  F  It  demonstrator  r  434  Divlsadero 
"  Marie  elk  Am  Nat  Bank  of  SF  r  528.  3d  At 
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Allemandi  Jas  metalwkr  r  618  Pennsylvania 

ALLEMANNIA     FIRE     I N- 

SITRANCE  CO  OF  PITTSBURGH,  PA. 
Clarence  de  Veuve  genl  art,  407  Pine,  tel 
Kearny  2247 

Allemant  Fredk  H  (Helen)  niesser  Am  By  Ex 
Co  r  425  Caselli  Av 

AUemard  Jos  mtrmn  r  906  HoUister  Av 

Allemore  Wm  M  (Theresa)  care  r  918  Fulton 

Alleghany  Mining  Co  Mills  Bide 

Allen  A  Mrs  r  1046  Mason 

ALLEN  see  also  Allan  and  Allyn 
"  A  C  r  4527,  19th 
"AD  dep  Assessor  r  1328  Valleio 
"  Ada  H  (wid  Wm  E)  r  1737  Grove 
"  Aileen  M  stenog  Proctor  &  Gamble  r  1802 
Union 

"  Albert  E  janitor  r  1107%  Lacuna 

"  Albert  E  mach  r  1117  Church 

"  Albert  L  hosemn  SFFD  r  3033  Clement 

"  Albert  Z  waiter  r  4095  Army 

"  Alberta  nurse  SF  Hospital 

"  Alex  (Wilhelmina)   iournalist  r  1045  Mason 

"  Amelia  (wid  Wm)  r  3011  Buchanan 

"  Amos  G  (Bstelle)   (Rugeles  &  Allen)  r  151 

Brighton  Av 
"  Andrew  C  salsn  XJhl  Bros  r  4527,  19th 
"  Anna  F  nurse  r  447,  29th  Av 
"  A  P  r  6085  Mission 

"  Apartments  1385  Sacramento  and  1437  Polk 
"  Archie  D  (Ruth  L)  asst  mgr  Bekins  Van  & 

Storage  Co  r  1348  Jessie 
"  Archie  P  (Hilma  C)  carp  r  421  Paris 
"  Arthur  ironwkr  r  41  Bonita 
"  Arthur  (Henrietta)  mach  r  4714  Geary 
"  Arthur  B  elk  SP  Co  r  1233  Areuello  Blvd 
"  Arthur  W  tel  opr  SP  Co  r  Fruitvale 
"  August  salsn  r  3416  Army 
"  A  Walter  atty  Pacific  Bide  r  2467  Sutter 
"  Barbara  Mrs  r  1625  Larkin 
"  Benj  B  broker  r  195,  7th 
"  B  L  Miss  r  930  Taylor 
"  Blanche  Mrs  r  1408  California 
"  Blanche  (wld  Bruce)  r  422  Hayes 
"  B  M  r  946  Geary 
"  B  M  auditor  r  1673  Sacramento 
"  Bjrton  W  A  (Emma)  mech  r  141  Collins 
"  C  Mrs  r  1105  Larkin 

"  Carl  A  (Katherine)   (Shaw  &  Allen)  r  Oak- 
land 

"  Carl  H  probation  officer  Juv  Detention  Home 

r  150  Otis 
"  Caroline  r  2003  Broadway 
"  Catherine  A  Mrs  r  1476  Thomas 
"  Catherine  F  widow  r  50  Clara 
"  Chas  copyist  Recorder  r  1512  McAllister 
"  Chas  lab  r  397,  4th 

"  Chas  B  (Lina)  barber  r  739  Cortland  Av 
"  Chas  E  (Jennie)  chauffr  r  1545  Pacific  Av 
"  Chas  E  (Helena)  mstr  mar  r  80  Cumberland 
"  Chas  F  (Thorne)  ins  r  1471,  6th  Av 
"  Chas  M  r  1748  Mission 

"  Chas  M  opr  Central  Fire  Alarm  r  4700  Geary 
ALLEN  CHAS  R,  wholesale  coal,  Hobait  Bldg, 
582  Market,  r  Oakland 
"  Charlotte  H  (wid  August)  r  1719  Broderick 
"  Chesley  H  bkpr  Union  Trust  Co  of  SF  r  1190 
Pine 

"  Chester  (Lucile)  inspr  USN  r  2061  Mission 
"  C  J  r  180  Jessie 
"  Clara  nurse  r  831  Shrader 
"  Clara  R  Mrs  cashr  Wm  A  Roeers  r  Oakland 
"  Clarence  W  auto  body  bldr  693  Castro  r 
4176,  20th 

"  Claude  J  salsn  E  I  duPont  deNemours  &  Co 
r  1273  Ellis 

"  Clyde  elk  Edison  Elec  App  Co  r  2015  Web- 
ster 

"  Clyde  D  (Grace)  mach  r  632  Judah 
"  Daisy  E  stenog  r  364  Eddy 
"  Darwin  A  printer  r  1345  2d  Av 
"  David  auto  mech  r  814  Eddy 
"  Dean  salsn  Girvin  &  Miller  r  Oakland 
"  Delia  (wid  Michael)  r  653  Arkansas 
"  De  Mar  (Minna)  painter  r  1085  Valencia 
"  Douglas  salsn  r  1723b  Green 
"  Dry  Goods  Co  (Inc)  6th  Av  and  Clement 
"  Dwlght  S  elk  PT&T  Co  r  1668  Mission 
"  E  A  elk  Gt  Western  Power  Co  r  Alameda 
"  Eddie  seamn  r  116  Noe 
"  Edgar  A  r  774,  7th  Av 
"  Edgar  S  chauffr  r  1690  Hyde 
"  Edith  tchr  Pub  School  r  1670,  8th  Av 
"  Edw  elk  r  749  Waller 
"  Edw  elk  Pope  &  Talbot  r  3303  Clement 
"  Edw  lab  r  825  Grove 
"  Edw  J  (Marian)  tmstr  r  414  Broderick 
"  Edw  O  referee  Industrial  Ace  Com  r  San 
Rafael 

"  Edw  R   (Mary)  mer  SF  News  Bureau  and 

Finance  and  Trade  r  Alameda 
"  Edw  S  carp  r  1932  Fillmore 
"  Edw  T  office  681  Market  r  2204  Jackson 
"  Edw  V  (Mary)  r  579  Liberty 


ALLEN  ELEANOR  E  MRS.  pres  Wiley  B  Allen 
Co,  153  Kearny,  r  2323  Washington 
"  Eleanor  M  tchr  Pub  School  r  279,  2d  Av 
"  Elizabeth  (wid  Augustus)  r  3416  Army 
"  Elizabeth  Mrs  r  1327  Leavenworth 
"  Elizabeth  r  1949  Pine 
"  Ella  (wid  Wm)  r  1404  Golden  Gate  Av 
"  Ella  B  (wid  Fredk)  r  1385  Sacramento 
"  Ella  M  elk  US  Sub  Treasury  r  Oakland 
"  Ellen  T  Mrs  mgr  The  Bocks  Apts  r  796  Pine 
"  Elvira  (wid  Jos)  r  1117  Hyde 
"  Emery  L  lab  r  611,  5th  Av 
"  Emily  A  (wid  Robt  0)  r  257,  7th  Av 
"  Emma  Mrs  r  1400  Washington 
"  Enid  C  field  rep  Am  Red  Cross  r  Piedmont 
"  E  Paul  musician  r  3433,  20th 
"  Ernest  G  (Alma  M)  r  772  Cole 
"  Ernest  P  (Abbie  F)  musician  r  1737  Golden 
Gate  Av 

"  Ernest   W    (Lucile)    finisher   Mission  Piano 

Co  r  1040  Leavenworth 
"  Ethan  collr  r  4700  Geary 
"  Ethan  lab  r  17  Oseood 
"  Ethan  A  (Ella)  mgr  r  137  Beulah 
"  Ethan  R  (Jane  K)  carp  r  650  Lisbon 
"  Ethan  School  Bryant  and  7th 
"  Etta  H  (wid  Chas  L)  r  2851  Clay 
"  Eva  elk  r  1000  Union 
"  E valine  (wid  Wm  S)  r  557  Ashbury 
"  Evelyn  cook  r  1546  Jones 
"  F  traf  mgr  Struthers  &  Dixon  r  Oakland 
"  Florence  M  typist  Fed  Res  Bank  r  Oakland 
ALLEN  FLOUR  CO,  Lucius  H  Allen  pres,  flour 

agts   Crown  Mills.   216   Pine,    tel  Douglas 

2848 

"  Francis  C  elk  SO  Co  r  903  Pine 
"  Frank  r  514  Bush 
"  Frank  diemkr  r  230  Miramar  Av 
"  Frank  (Winifred  J)  electn  r  152  Lily 
"  Frank  (Myrtle)  seamn  r  1219  Buchanan 
"  Frank  (Bessie)  tmstr  r  51  Isis 
"  Frank  G  (Rose)  vulcanizer  r  1136  O'Farrell 
"  Frank  H  (F  H  Allen  &  Co)  r  San  Anselmo 
ALLEN  FRANK  HOWARD  CO,  genl  agts  Great 

Lakes  Insurance  Co,  421  Pine,   tel  Sutter 

2993 

"  Frank   J    (Marie    G)    driver    SFFD    r  432 
Laurel 

"  Frank  J  bkpr  r  3011  Buchanan 
"  Frank  P  (Jennie)  Indvwkr  r  3033  Clement 
"  Frank  S  (Nona  E)  seamn  r  1945.  15th 
"  Franklin  (Irene)  elk  r  765  Sutter 
"  Fred  Mrs  r  730  Shotwell 
"  Fredk  (Irene)  driver  r  1251.  20th  Av 
"  Fredk  E  phys  135  Stockton  r  San  Lorenzo 
"  Fredk  H  (Lillian)  electn  r  580  McAllister 
"  Fredk  H  (Freda)  steamftr  r  461  Page 
"  Fredk  L  (Lucy)  mach  r  1625.  47th  Av 
"  Fredk     (Ellen  Z)  musician  r  1850  Geary 
"  Fredk  L  (Leona)  salsn  r  1471  Washington 
"  Fred  W  mach  r  4176,  20th 
"  Fredk  W  diy  supt  URR  r  727  Victoria 
"  Genevieve  widow  r  117.  10th  Av 
"  Geo  bkpr  r  168  Stillman 
"  Geo  (Nellie)  ironwkr  r  1079a  Hampshire 
"  Geo  (Beulah)  millmn  r  195,  7th 
"  Geo  L  elk  Anglo  California  Trust  Co  r  2215 
Pacific  Av 

"  Geo  B  (Madeline)  salsn  r  782  Shotwell 
"  Geo  H  (Lydia  R)  woodwkr  r  3716,  24th 
"  Geo  L  (Florence  V)  acct  Fred  Ward  &  Son 

r  1319,  5th  Av 
"  Geo  M  chauffr  r  3416,  18th 
"  CJeo  0  v-pres  and  mgr  The  Bootery  r  Berke- 
ley 

"  Geo  P  phys  r  870  Camino  Del  Mar 
"  Geo  R  opr  Associated  Press  r  Berkeley 
"  Georgette  (wid  Geo)  r  304  Waller 
"  Gerald  F  lab  r  879  Turk 

"  Gerald  K  reporter  R  G  Dun  &  Co  r  248  Gold- 
en Gate  Av 
"  Gertrude  B  (wid  David  H)  r  1670,  8th  Av 
"  Grace  (wid  Wm)  r  361,  7th  Av 
"  Grace  Mrs  elk  r  879  Turk 
"  H  salsn  r  1534  Clay 

"  Harlow  E  salsn  M  A  Roth  r  1045  Market 

"  Harris  S  (Alfce)  mgr  Aliens  Press  Clipping 

Bureau  r  955  Clayton 
"  Harry  r  200  Woolsey 

"  Harry  B    (Winnifred)    (Allen  &  Co  r  1670 
8th  Av 

"  Harry  C  atty  r  211  Winfleld 
"  Harrj'  D   salsn  S   H   Tyler   &   Son  r  700 
O'Farrell 

"  Harry  E  (Lillie  S)  vet  sure  r  134  Duboce  Av 

"  Harry  H  (Nellie)  tmstr  r  164  Milton 

"  Harry  I  mgr  Emerson  Drug  Co  r  Oakland 

"  Harry  J  designer  r  257  Edgewood  Av 

"  Harry  L  (Beatrice  M)  cond  r  1939  Ellis 

"  Harvey  A  (C  Alma)  ins  (Niagara.  Ins  Co)  r 

2211  Broderick 
"  Hattie  F  (wid  Wm  L)  r  200  Woolsey 
"  H  D  r  1554  Howard 
"  Helen  A  Mrs  r  653  Arkansas 
"  Henry  (Minnie)  r  24  Walter 
"  Henry  A  bus  mgr  Pac  Furniture  Trade  r 

Alameda 


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ALLEN 

"  Henry  F  Wyatt  H  Allen  pres  H  Clay  Miller 

sec  210  California 
"  Henry  G  (Imogen  L)  dentist  209  Post  r  2894 

Bush 

"  Herbert  B  chauffr  r  1527a,  15th 
"  Herbert  D  sec  Kuhlnaan  Salz  r  Oakland 
"  Herbert  F  with  Mercantile  Trust  Co  of  SF  r 
Oakland 

"  Herbert  "W  (Gertrude)  phys  240  Stockton  r 

181G  Broad-nay 
"  Herman  (Catherine)  lab  r  416.  1st 
"  Herman  J  salsn  r  2824  Scott 
"  H  G  r  653  Sutter 

"  H  Judson  (Dorothy)  desiener  r  257  Edge- 
wood 

"  Home  Apartments  364,  9th 

"  Horace  H   (Jane  B)   silverware  150  Post  r 

2230,  9th  Av 
"  Howard  E  student  r  1336.  llth  Av 
"  Howard  L  motormn  r  15  Liberty 
"  Howard  "W  (Anna  M)  driver  Peoples  Bakinc 

Co  r  2671  McAllister 
"  Hugh  W   (Decima  M)   acct  SP  Co  r  360 

Frederick 

"  Ida  M  Mrs  (Armstrong  &  Allen)  r  730 
Leavenworth 

"  Ida  M  (wid  .las)  r  2402  Divisadero 

"  Ira  (Minnie)  mach  r  858  Church 

"  Irene  D  dressmkr  r  730  Leavenworth 

"  Isaac  (Alice  M)  elk  r  305.  2d  Av 

"  Isaac  M  M  r  1336.  llth  Av 

"  Jas  janitor  r  975  Harrison 

"  Jas  (Elizabeth)  lab  r  865  Capp 

"  Jas  hlpr  r  517  Vienna 

"  Jas  A  cond  r  1667  Haight 

"  Jas  A  electn  r  118  Dolores 

"  Jas  A  with  Crane  Co  r  1474  Golden  Gate  Av 

"  Jas  E  (Lily)  electn  r  349  Banks 

"  Jas  F  cashr  r  3011  Buchanan 

"  Jas  M  salsn  Willys-Overland  Pac  Co  r  Oak- 
land 

"  Jas  M  (Caroline)  mach  r  344  Austin 
"  Jas  P  (Josephine)  salsn  r  1702  Church 
"  Jas  W  (Lillie)  mach  r  3392.  21st 
"  Jane  widow  r  16  Pleasant 
"  Jean  elk  r  166,  10th  Av 

"  J  Coit  buyer  Hastiugs  Clothing  Co  r  1985 
Page 

"  Jerome    A    (Fanny   L)    sec   Richmond  Dry 

Goods  Co  r  2271  Fulton 
"  Jesse  (Catherine)  bkpr  r  1059  Leayenworth 
"  John  lab  r  35  Sussex 
"  John  (Catherine)  r  50  Clara 
"  John  lab  r  377.  6th 
"  John  A  spl  rep  r  Burlingame 
"  John  C  lab  r  650  Lisbon 
"  Johi;  D  (Celia)  foremn  r  369  Arlington 
"  John  F  (Ada  L)  r  674,  7th  Av 
"  John  F   (Mabel)   asmblr  Ford  Factory  r  58 

Elgin  Pk 

"  John  G  (Harriet)  lab  r  2510  Folsom 

"  John  J  (Margaret  J)  metalwkr  r  1802  Union 

"  John  P  molder  r  653  Arkansas 

"  John  R  (Katherine)  miner  r  2003  Broadway 

"  John  R  (Gwenfread)  trav  agt  Am  Rr  Ex  Co 

r  2211  California 
"  John  T    (Mattie)    (Fujita   cS:  Allen)    r  580 

Geary 

"  John  AV  carp  r  1574  Eddy 

"  Jos   A    (Jessie)    patroimn   Morse  Detective 

and  Patrol  Service  r  25  Flood  Av 
"  Jos  P  pkr  r  1456  Waller 
"  ,Tos  L  seamn  r  517  Vienna 
"  .Tos  W  E  (Catherine)  cond  r  1112 a  York 
"  Josliua  D  (Leah)  driver  r  143  Broderick 
"  J  R  F  r  1091  Bush 
"  J  Wm  elk  r  127  Ellis 
"  K  1  Mrs  r  2127  Fillmore 
"  Lalla  T  (wid  Bennett  G)  r  1238  Willard 
"  Lniirn  Mrs  r  700  Slirader 
ALLEN  LAURENCE  D.  pres  L  D  Allen  (Inc), 

1625   Van  Ness  Av,    tel   Prospect  6800,  r 

1800  Franklin 

ALLEN  L.  D.  (Inc), 

L  D  Allen  pres.  Paul  J  Feely,  J  B  Muniar 
Sales  Mgr.  A  B  Plomteaux  Office  Mgr,  Dis- 
tributors, Cole  Aero-Eight  and  Stevens- 
Duryea  cars  and  Sandow  trucks.  1625  Van 
Ness  Av,  tel  Prospect  6800  (See  Page  17) 

"  Lee  W  (Corinno) ,  lumber  725  Taraval 

"  Lena  E  Mrs  r  1179  Pine 

"  Leon  waiter  r  0:!(>  Mission 

"  Loslic  B  r  821  Broderick 

"  Leslie  E  (Vivian)  mach  r  1049  Page 

"  Lewis  W  (Maude  R)  phys  r  475  Gearv 

"  Lillian  P  (wid  Frank  L)  r  1065  Haves 

"  Lillian  K  Mrs  r  10,  25th  Av 

"  I/ols  nurse  RF  Hospital 

"  I>orenzo  (Freda)  driver  r  2315  Mission 

"  Louis  C  gardener  r  1238  Wlllard 

"  Louis  I)  mech  r  1323 'A  Steiner 

"  Louis  G  lab  r  790  Vallelo 

'•  Ix)u1h  H  mnch  r  87  Bartlett 

•'  Louis  L  (Charlotte  I))  carp  r  237  Paris 

"  I,ouisa  widow  r  41  lionlta 


ALLEN 

"  L  S  elk  M  J  Brandenstein  &  Co  r  790  Val- 
lelo 

"  Lucile  masseuse  417  Montgomery 

"  Lucius  H  (Ruth  A)   (Allen  Flour  Co)  r  2402 

Divisadero 
"  Luella  r  361,  7th  Av 
"  M  Mrs  bkpr  r  910  Geary 
"  Mabel  A  widow  r  33  Hillway  Av 
"  Mae  C  stenog  Continental  Fire  Ins  r  1741 

Larkin 

ALLEN     MANUFACTURING    CO,     Charles  A 
Dowd  Sales  Co,   Pacific  Coast  representa- 
tives, 320  Market,  tel  Douglas  4725 
"  Margaret  opr  r  824  Turk 
"  Margaret  H  elk  r  3416  Army 
"  Margaret  M  Mrs  r  4139,  25th 
"  Martha  (wid  Jas  G)  r  1246.  41st  Av 
"  Mary  R  stenog  SF  Hospital 
"  Mary  A  r  2621  Pacific  Av 
"  Mary  A  (wid  Frank  A)  r  4575.  18th 
"  Mary  A  Mrs  millinery  1005  Fillmore  r  378 

Golden  Gate  Av 
"  Mary  E  stenog  Met  Life  Ins  Co  r  4575,  18th 
"  Mary  G  Mrs  elk  r  2015  Webster 
"  Mary  J  bkpr  r  1459  Jones 
"  Matthew  boilermakr  r  400  Connecticut 
"  Maude  nurse  r  831  Shrader 
"  Maude  F  stenog  r  920  Leavenworth 
"  May  (wid  John)  r  1356  Waller 
"  Michael  J  (Johanna)  lab  r  517  Vienna 
"  Milton  D  (Montez  L)  eng  r  24  Walter 
"  Monty  R  mach  r  1748  Mission 
"  Murray  N  salsmn  M  A  Gunst  r  Larkspur 
"  Nathaniel  B  (Mabelle)  r  33  Hillway  Av 
"  Nick  Mrs  r  383.  9th 
"  N  R  Sons  Co  leather  mfrs  214  Front 
"  Oscar  (Mamie)  baker  r  253  Lee  Av 
"  Paul  N  (Grace)  metalwkr  r  1116  Stanyan 
"  Parker  hlpr  r  524  Valley 
"  Pearl  B  tchr  dancing  r  668.  4th  Av 
"  Perry  elk  Mason-McDuffie  Co  r  442.  llth  At 
"  Peter  (Leah)  r  143  Broderick 
"  P  F  carp  r  2735  Mission 
"  Philip  G  (Charlotte)  dep  Tax  Collr  r  3816 

California 
"  R  A  r  645  Bush 

"  Rachael  (wid  Robt  I)  r  211  Winfleld 

"  Randal  F   (Ruth  M)   asst  agt  Pac  Gas  & 

Elec  Co  r  1163  Vallelo 
"  Rawley  C  (Katherine  A)  lab  Custom  House 

r  356  Noe 
"  Ray  elk  Met  Life  Ins  Co  r  4575.  18th 
"  Ray  A  (Edna  C)  (Western  Plumbing  Supply 

Co)  r  1328  Scott 
"  R  Emmet  student  r  1336.  llth  Av 
"  Richd  r  524  Guerrero 
"  Richd  firemn  r  1802  Union 
"  Richd  C  (Anna)  Pac  Coast  mgr  Chas  F  Gar- 

rigues  &  Co  r  2522,  27th  Av 
"  Richd  C  mech  r  405  Van  Ness  Av 
"  Richd  H  elk  SP  Co  r  Alameda 
"  Richd  S  elk  r  905  Ashbury 
"  R  Loyal  (Henrietta)  bkpr  r  253,  8th  Av 
"  Robt  (Lillian)  wagonmkr  r  3718.  24th 
"  Robt  H  (May)  foremn  SF  Printing  Co  r  3963 

25th 

"  Robt  J  mtrmn  r  155.  29th 
"  Hobt  L  elk  Trumbull  Elec  Mfg  Co  r  2242 
Polk 

"  Robt  W  elk  r  2671.  7th  Av 
"  R  S  elk  URR  r  1714  Clay 
"  Russell  r  560  Geary 
"  Saml  auto  mech  r  814  Eddy 
"  Saml  D  (Emma  E)  salsn  DoUiver  &  Bro  r 
448  Laurel 

ALLEN  SAMUEL  J  (Annie)  whol  coal,  agt 
Peerless  Coal  Co  ot  Utah,  673  Mouadnock 
Bldg,  tel  Douglas  20S8,  r  442  Scott,  tel 
Park  5882 

"  Saml  P  (Mollie)  painter  r  3156  San  Jose  Av 

"  Saml  L  mech  r  2916.  24th 

"  Sarah  A  (wid  J  A)  r  4700  Geary 

"  S  E  elk  SO  Co  r  Alameda 

"  Serny  E  (Florence)  r  1336.  llth  Av 

"  Sherwood  salsn  D  Blaine  r  727  Victoria 

"  Sidney  chef  r  300  Hyde 

"  Sidney  D  treas  Turner  Co  r  Alameda 

"  Susanna  (wid  Robt)  r  2771  Folsom 

"  Stanley  elk  Savings  Union  Bank  &  Trust  Co 

r  2215  Pacific  Av 
"  Theo  baker  r  15  Lansing 
"  Theophilus  Christian  Scientist  166  Geary  r 

Palo  Alto 
"  Thos  r  355  Octavla 
"  Theo  r  462.  35th  Av 

"  Thos  (Katrina)  tmstr  r  1223  San  Bruno  Ar 

"  Thos  D  steamftr  r  3416.  18th 

"  Thos  E  (Anna  U)  salsn  r  51  Tinglev 

"  Thos  F  asst  to  pres  NWP  Ry  r  Alameda 

"  Thos  F  (Sarah)  coppersmth  r  517b  Shotwell 

"  Thos  P  (Alice  T)  r  3416.  18th 

"  Tracy  H  printer  r  708.  9th  Av 

"  Ulysses  S  (Dell)  watchmn  r  716a  Natoma 

"  V  r  ,S1.  9th 

"  Val  B  mining  eng  681  Market  r  1351  Sutter 
"  A'ernon  E  elk  r  1414  Fillmore 


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ALLEN 

"  Wager  C  (Jlargaret)  elk  r  4139.  25th 

"  Waldo  F  (Eliabeth)  purch  agt  Pelton  Water 

Wheel  Co  r  1243  Fulton 
"  Wallace  V  elk  r  2771  Folsom 
"  Walter  musician  r  626  Larkin 
"  Walter  B  (Nellie)  eleT  OT)r  r  143  Broderick 
"  Walter  H  (Marie)  lab  r  761.  14th 
"  Walter  M  (Kose)  elk  r  246  Liberty 
"  W  C  elk  r  44,  5th 

"  Wesley  F  (Bertha  A)  prop  Hotel  Orton  and 

Hotel  Paris  r  1045  Market 
"  W  F  r  348.  3d 
"  W  H  r  480  Ellis 
"  Wilbur  r  115  Haieht 
"  Wilbur  J  elk  r  1243  Fulton 

ALLEN  WILEY  B.  CO.  THE 

E  F  Allen  pres,  pianos,  player  pianos,  Vic- 
trolas,    and    Brunswick    phonographs  and 
records,  135-153  Kearny  and  217-225  Sutter 
"  Wiley  B  Co  Building  153  Kearny 
"  Wm  eond  r  2515.  24th 
"  Wm  (Marie)  lodgings  494  Bryant 
"  Wm  solderer  r  3011  Buchanan 
"  Wm  0   (Elsie)   cLk  Pac  Rice  Mills  r  547 

Frederick 
*'  Wm  E  auto  mech  r  1331  Laguna 
"  Wm  E  (Olive  L)  riveter  r  180  Tucker 
"  Wm  G  (Edna)  bkpr  r  1371.  45th  Av 
"  Wm  G  (Bothilda  M)  mfrs  agt  r  522.  3d  Av 
"  Wm  H  electn  r  1949  Pine 
"  Wm  H  firemn  PO  Bldg  r  Berkeley 
"  Wm  H  grocer  1010  Franklin  r  1035  Franklin 
"  Wm  H  (Augusta  D)  lithogr  r  373  Noe 
"  Wm  J  (Hetty)  r  200  Corbett  Av 
"  Wm  J  (Lulu)  foremn  SP  Co  r  473  Fair  Oaks 
"  Wm  J  molder  r  3040  Army 
"  Wm  P  (Loretta)  salsn  r  189  Parnassus  Av 
"  Wm  T  r  159.  7th 

"  Wm  T  (Lillian  M)  carp  r  203  Shipley 

"  Wm  T  City  Frt  and  Pass  Agt  CKI&R  By  r 

139.  22d  Av 
"  Wm  T  (Elsie  B)  salsn  r  1508  Anza 
"  Wm  W  (Ida  M)  with  Bemis  Bros  Bag  Co  r 

938  Hyde 
"  W  J  r  40.  7th 
"WW  musician  r  115  Halght 
"  Wyatt  H  (Alysse  L)   (J  T  Brown  &  Co)  r 

Stanford  Court  Apts 

ALLEN  &  COMPANY 

(H   B  Allen)    real  estate   and  insurance, 
owners  Windsor  Terrace  and  exclusive  agents 
Sea  cuff,  168  Sutter,  tel  Douglas  322 
ALLEN  &  HIGGINS  LUMBER  CO,  now  J  E  Hig- 

gins  Lumber  Co,  423-459.  6th 
Allen's  Photo  Supply  Co,  246  Market 
ALLEN'S    PRESS    CLIPPING    BUREAU,  G  S 

Allen  mgr.  121,  2d,  tel  Douglas  5119 
Allenberg  Edwin  L  (Theresa  N)  salsn  E  Goss  & 
Co  r  521  Lake 
"  Leo  (Florence)  salsn  r  321  Haight 
"  Leopold  salsn  Triest  &  Co  r  30  Palm  Av 
Allender  Julia  Mrs  r  2269  Turk 
"  L  G  (Julia)  shipwkx  r  1447  Broderick 
"  Percy  J  (Kate)  r  3284  Folsom 
AUendorf  Chas  W  salsn  Silk  House  r  57  Grattan 
Allerton  Guy  r  570  O'Farrell 

"  Wm  C  (Margaret)  grocer  101  Chenery 
AUenwood  Pauline  M  r  1240  McAllister 
Alley  Eulalia  stenog  W   0  Henderson  r  335 
Stockton 

"  Fredk  L  dist  mgr  United  Shoe  Machy  Co  r  44 
Madrone  Av 
Alleze  Antone  lab  r  2815,  16th 
Allgaier  Frank  G  (Lottie)  lab  r  26  Langton 
Allgoewer  Herman  r  766  Sutter 
Allgood  B  r  971  Mission 

"  Cecile  widow  r  2300  Van  Ness 
Alliamus  Victor  (Albine)  whsemn  r  509  Linden 
ALLGREN  see  Ahlgren  and  Aleren 

ALLIANCE  ASSURANCE  CO 

(Ltd)   OF  LONDON,  Thomas  R  Lamb  Co, 
General    Agents,    Automobile  Department, 
Stock  and  Bond  Exchange  Bldg,  341  Mont- 
gomery,  tel  Douglas  1416  and  tel  Sutter 
5259     (See  Page  35) 
ALLIANCE  ASSURANCE  COMPANY  (Ltd)  OF 
LONDON— MARINE,  H  M  Newhall  &  Co, 
General  Agents,  Frank  A  Brown  mgr.  New- 
hall   Bldg,    210   Batterj',    tel   Sutter  1886 
(See  Page  102) 
"  Assurance  (Ltd)  433  California 
"  Francaise  110  Sutter 
ALLIANCE  INSURANCE  COMPANY  OF  PHILA, 
McClure  Kelly  mgr,   McKee  Sherrard  dist 
mgr,  Pac  dept,  223-231  Sansome 
"  Machine  Co  465  California 
Alliee  Peter  eond  r  1075  Post 
Allieott  Wm  H  treas  r  2518  Octavia 
Allie  Urban  (Isaide)  tailor  r  1192  O'Farrell 
Allied  British  Commerce  exporters  503  Market 
ALLIED   CONSTRUCTION  MACHINERY  COR- 
PORATION OF  AMERICA,  Rialto  Bldg,  tel 
Keamv  823 


ALLIED 

"  Printing  Trades  Club  717  Market 

"  Mutual  Service  Assn  535  Phelan  Bldg 

"  Theatre  649  Broadway 

"  Underwriters  of  the  Union  Ins  Society  of 
Canton   (Ltd)  201  Sansome 
Alllger  Alma  (wid  Arthur)  r  307  Jules  Av 
Alllguie  Firmin  (Alliguie  &  Dunn)  r  967  Jackson 
"  Frank  (Angela)  r  967  Jackson 
"  Jean  A  r  1957  Sutter 
"  Leon  (Hotel  Vincent)  r  459  Turk 
"  Louis  Z  (Martha)  prop  r  226  Ripley 
"  ilario  elk  r  967  Jackson 
"  Maurice  (Sophie)  ironwkr  r  344,  4th 
"  Paul  (Irene)  prop  Liberty  Hotel  429  Kearny 
"  &  Dunn  (F  Alliguie  David  Dunn)  props  New 
Harbor  House  139  Drumm 
Ailing  Horatio  atty  Mills  Bldg  r  Berkeley 
AUingham  Edwin  C  r  211  Brighton  Av 
"  Henry  P  auto  meeh  r  391  Valencia 
"  Nulcher  widow  r  211  Brighton  Av 
"  Wm  well  borer  r  211  Brighton  Av 
Allingson  BUing  (Nanna)  carp  r  653  Joost  Av 
AUio  Francis  drftsmn  139  Farallones 
Allione  Arthur  r  1815  Powell 
Allloth  Frank  cook  r  20,  6th 
Allis  A  F  r  645  Bush 

ALLIS-CHALMERS  MEG  CO,  H  W  Lindquist, 
mgr  San  Francisco  District,  machinery,  745 
Rialto  Bldg,  Mission  and  New  Montgomery, 
tel  Kearny  1192  (See  page  122). 
Allis  Edmund  C  (Louise  S)  real  est  785  Market 
r  1560  Sacramento 
"  Stanley  hlpr  r  1214  Geary 
ALLISON,  see  also  Alison  and  Ellison 
"  Alice  Mrs  r  2335  Paeiflc  Av 
"  Belle  Mrs  r  513  Liberty 

"  B  M  salsn  Sommer  &  Kaufmann  i  560  Polk 
"  Chas  J  r  1173  Filbert 
"  Chas  O  butcher  r  1107  Ellis 
"  Chas  P  yardmstr  Belt  RR  r  Oakland 
"  Claude  W  (Lettie)  mgr  r  419  Pierce 
"  David  E  produce  Pearson  &  Co  r  23  Palm  Av 
"  D  E  Mrs  r  1816  Broderick 
"  Dorothy  r  38  Delmar 
"  D  W  Miss  r  580  O'Farrell 
"  Edw  R  (Olive)  Com  r  99,  6th  Av 
"  Esther  Mrs  houseknr  r  786  O'Farrell 
"  Frank  (Effle)  upholstr  r  1512  Dolores 
"  Geo  G  (Meta)  hlpr  r  2154a  Howard 
ALLISON  GEO  W,  chief  elk  Purchasing  Dept 

NWP  RR,  room  607,  64  Pine,  r  977  Pine 
"  Gertrude  V  stenog  Cyrus  Peirce  &  Co  r  38 

Delmar 
"  Grace  Mrs  r  1406  Post 
"  G  S  Co  whol  produce  614  Front 
"  Guv  H  (Katherine)  mar  eng  r  2261  Mission 
"  Guy  S  (Virginia)  (G  S  Allison  Co)  1470,  7th 

Av 

"  Harry  L    (Silva)    salsmgr  Mark  Lally  Co 

r  1134  Hyde 
"  Henry  H  (Sarah)  carp  r  373,  10th  Av 
"  Ina    B    Mrs    (Mrs    Allison's  Stenographic 

School)  r  776  Bush 
"  Jas  W  office  830  Market  r  55,  5th 
"  John  L  elk  Gates  Co  r  2162  Market 
"  Jos  C  (Petra  B)  salsn  r  1535  Leavenworth 
"  Jos  L  mach  r  1506a  Dolores 
"  Mary  A  Mrs  r  38  Delmar 
"  Oscar  U  elk  r  1177  Bills 
"  Saml  G  (Ruth)  mech  r  346  Lisbon 
"  Saml  H  with  Shreve  &  Co  r  157  Seville 
"  Sidney  cashr  486  Duboce  Av 
"  'Theresa  elk  SP  Co  r  Alameda 
"  Viola  Mrs  r  1682  San  Jose  Av 
"  Wm  B  bkpr  r  131  Fillmore 
"  Wm  H  mar  eng  US  Emergency  Fleet  Corp 

r  2010  Pierce 
ALLISON'S    MRS    STENOGRAPHIC  SCHOOL, 
individual    instruction    In    shorthand  and 
typing.  101  Post,  at  Kearny 

ALLITH-PROUTY  COMPANY 

R    A    Wheeler,    agt    "Reliable"  firedoor 
hardware,  "Reliable"  barn  and  garage  door 
hangers,  787-793  Brannanj  tel  Market  465 
ALLMAN,  see  also  AUemann  and  Almon 

"  Albert  (Hannah)  tmstr  r  2770  Greenwich 

"  Alex  r  222  8th  Av 

"  Anna  r  1412  Guerrero 

"  Geo  F  lab  r  906  Shotwell 

"  Grace  (wid  Roger)  r  445,  14th 

"  Jack  r  450  Ellis 

"  Marcella  stenog  r  3440,  24th 

"  Miles    r  3995,  17th 

"  Roger  (Grace)  mstr  mar  r  445,  14th 

"  Walter  peddler  r  1337,  19th 
Allmers  Fredk  G  (Laura)  eng  r  187  Farallones 
Allmond  EUwood  E  elev  opr  r  1363  O'Farrell 
Alio  Apartments  1067  Valencia 

"  May  M  bkpr  T  J  Alio  r  1763  Dolores 

"  Murphy  J    (Anna)    mgr  T  J  Alio  r  1763 
Dolores 

"  Thos  J  fruits  3404  Mission  r  1763  Dolores 
Alloetti  Paul  jeweler  r  2508a  Polk 
Allono  Aiigelo  (Lena)  waiter  r  935%  Pacific 


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AUoro  Jos  r  684  Ash 

"  Lawrence  lab  r  684  Ash 
Allouise  Apartments  2766  Mission 
Alloway  Kate  (wi"  Adam)  r  123  Bacon 
Alloys  Co  591  Bay 

AUred  Clifford  S  (MacRie  L)  bldr  150  Onondaga 
Av 

"  Melvin  (Laura)  mach  r  147,  13th 
Allsebrook  Alfred  M  r  6159  Mission 
Allsnian  Danl  switchmn  r  528  Texas 
ALLSOF  see  also  Alsop 

"  John  r  3434a,  19th 

"  Thos  (Agnes  S)  salsn  r  51  Reddy 
Allsopo  Alfred  (Susan)  weicher  r  767  Clemen- 
tina 

"  E  Carlton  ene  r  3425  Sacramento 
"  Jennie  E   Mrs    (City  Hall   Printing    Co)  r 
3425  Sacramento 
Alltucker  Eggo  H  (Wilhelmina)  painter  r  3792 
17th 

AUudi  Louis  elk  Bank  of  Italy  r  2966  California 
AUum  Leroy  M  optometrist  Phelan  Bide  r  1758 
Larkin 

AUward  AVm  H  cook  r  1039  Mission 
AUwell  Edw  r  690  Madrid 

"  Elizabeth  widow  r  690  Madrid 
All^Ti  Harry  waiter  r  679  Pine 

"  Mabelle  B  Mrs  salswn  Leainon's  r  957  Mission 

"  Marie  R  Mrs  r  1201  Goueh 
Allyne  Mary  N  (wid  John  W)  r  2609  Goueh 
AUyson  Apartments  1250  O'Farrell 
Alma  Club  2699  California 

"  Hotel  335  Stockton 
Alman  F  C  tailor  r  152.  6th 
Almar  Court  Apartments  337  Hyde 
Alniark  A  Mrs  elk  r  245  Leavenworth 
Almarel  Apartments  1025  Sutter 
Almcrants .  John  H  (Hilda)  mach  r  131  Mlramar 
Av 

Aimed  Wm  grocer  114  Mason  r  124  Mason 
Almeida  Antonio  dept   mgr  M   J  Brandensteln 
&  Co  r  Berkeley 
"  Jos  servicemn    American    Multigraph  Sales 

Co  r  Berkeley 
"  Jos  S  mach  r  320  Virginia  Av 
Almico  John  (Leone)  barber  r  916  Fulton 
ALMON  see  also  Allman 
"  Edw  J  (Minnie)  lab  r  1113%  Tork 
"  Wm  F  (Rose)  linemn  r  314  Laidley 
Almos  Antonio  lab  r  1309  Treat  Av 
Almquist  E  August  (Jennie)  tailor  1028  Market 
r  1071,  14th 
"  Frank  E  (Eva)  carp  r  1083  Tork 
'*  0  D  (Marguerite)  electa  r  3706,  23d 
Almstead  Frank    N    sales    specialist  Chronicle 
Bldg 

Almstrom  Erwin  elk  r  220.  6th 

"  Gustaf  A  (Anna)  rest  r  220,  6th 
Almy  Geoffrey  (Mary)  bkpr  W  R  Grace  &  Co 
r  1145  Green 

"  S  F  Mrs  r  597b  Dolores 
Alo  Jos  lab  r  37  Columbus  Av 
Aloha  Apartments  2973  Mission 

"  Book  &  Art  Exchange  133  Geary 

"  Hall  3009.  16th 
Aloise  Jas  (Antoinette)  grocer  2935  San  Jose  Av 

"  John  elk  Grinnell  Co  of  the  Pac  r  2935  San 
Jose  Av 

"  Jos  shipwkr  r  2935  San  Jose  Av 
Alonso  Maniiel  musician  r  1630  Union 
Alonzo  Pilar  Miss  stenog  Otis  McAllister  &  Co 

r  1630  Union 
Alp  Rose  Hotel  2315  Mission 
Alpen  Richd  painter  r  512.  2d  Av 
Alper  Nate  (Ida  B)  r  165  Palm  Av 
Alporn  Isador  (Lizzie)  tailor  r  1169  Sanchez 

"  Mux  (Ida)  r  176.  10th  Av 
ALPERS  see  also  Albers 
"  Chas  W  r  115  Edna 
"  Glaus  (Helena)  ins  r  2550  Clay 
•'  Fred  D  (Martha  M)  baker  r  115  Edna 
"  Geo  W  garage  2109  Filbert  r  1411  Divisadero 
'*  Herman  J  seamn  r  636  Diamond 
"  Herman  L  (Wilhelmina)  elk  r  636  Diamond 
"  John  police  r  830  Dolores 

"  Kathleen  W  cashr  A  W  Pike  Co  r  636  Dia- 
mond 

"  L  real  est  r  17  Powell 
"  Marguerite  E  r  2550  Clay 
"  I'eter  cafe  r  2550  Clay 
"  Wm  (Anna)  l)aker  r  252  Cotter 
"  Wm  (1  butcher  r  (i.'iO  Diamond 
Alport    Abraham    (Fanny)    butcher   r   236  San 
.lose  Av 

"  May  Mrs  mgr  Hotel  Stockholm  235  Kcamy 
Alperth  Nathan  foremn  Met  Bedding  Mfg  Co  r 

170,-)  O'Farrell 
Alpha  ADarlnients  2005  Sutter 

"  (Jonsolldated  Co  Mills  Bldg 
Alpl  John  (Rebecen)  r  H2!)  Fell 
Alpine  Evaporated  Cream  Co  112  Market 

••  IIouHe  4H()  IMne 
Alport  (;co  J  elk  r  1492  Kills 
Aliina  Meilicinal  Water  Co  30  Beldeman 
AlKlinch  Will  r  4Kn  Ellis 
AlKi'ii  Itettir  ill;  r  520  Post 
••  Ji.liii  bollennkr  r  440,  ist 


Alsgood  Henry  J  (Florence)  r  331  Prospect  Av 

"  Louis  salsn  r  563  Capp 
Alsheimer  Hans  refreshments  298  Pacific 
Alsina  Arthur  (Victoria)  steward  r  727  Anza 
Alsing  Amos  N  (Ella)  teas  r  265  Brighton  Av 

"  Fredk  W  (Clara)  sales  mgr  r  2579,  31st  Av 

"  Henrv  E  elk  SP  Co  r  Alameda 

"  Walter  D  elk  SP  Co  r  Alameda 
ALSOF  see  also  AUsopp 

"  Alex  W   (Margaret  A)    city  guide  r  2476% 
Post 

"  Thos  M  mailer  r  512  Van  Ness  Av 
Alspaugh  Vern  welder  r  1485  Pine 
Alston  H  W  ins  r  734  Bush 

Alstrand  Alfred  C  elk   Edw  Brown  &  Sons  r 
Berkeley 

Alstrom  Andrew  P   (Hilda)   searan  r  1411  San 

Bruno  Av 
Alsup  Chas  contr  r  613  Buchanan 

"  Earl  (Edith)  cond  r  332  Arlington 
Alt  Elmer  A  (Gertrude)  mach  r  1340  Page 

"  Prank  M  (Dorothea)  mech  r  539,  3d  Av 

"  Leslie  E  (Clara  B)  asst  cashr  Am  Nat  Bank 
of  SF  r  1778  Hayes 
Alta  Apartments  1270  McAllister 

"  Apartments  2751  Clay 

"  Bag  Co  1181  Howard 

"  Casa  Apartments  897  California 

"  Co  auto  supplies  417  Market 

"  Drug  Co  701  Oak 

"  Hotel  165,  3d 

"  Roofing  Co  180  Jessie 

"  Sierra  Gold  Mining  Co  249.  1st 

"  Silver  Mining  Co  Mills  Bldg 

"  Slide  &  Film  Co  1028  Market 
Altamirano  Jos  A  hosemn  SFFD  r  345  Waller 
Altamont  Court  Apartments  1610  Sutter 
ALTAMONT  HOTEL,   C  J  Clemens  prop,  3048 

16th,  tel  Park  7625 
Altfayer  Henry  with  B  S  Flatte  r  1372  Pine 

"  Rachael  (wid  Philip)  r  1372  Pine 
Alted  Furniture  Mfg  Co  1222  Sutter 
Altemore  W  M  Mrs  r  918  Fulton 
Alt  en   Edna   N    (Alten   &   Richardson)    r  1640 
Union 

"  Garry  G  (Edna  N)  mgr  Cal  Bowling  Acad- 
emy r  1640  Union 
"  &  Richardson  (B  N  Alten  C  L  Richardson) 
stationery  1640  Union 
Altenberg  Elsie  E  (wid  Geo  B)  r  1662  Grove 
Altenburg  August  B  (Pauline)  dept  mgr  White 

House  r  32  Carl 
Altenheim  Wm  assmblr  r  3503.  23d 
Alter  Fred  S  (Laura)  mgr  r  904  Pine 
"  Harry  K  with  Shreve  &  Co  r  904  Pine 
"  Herman    (Zipporah)   clothing  689  Howard  r 
362,   2d  Av 

"  Marcus   (Sophie)   mgr  Progress  Printing  Co 
r  60  Moss 
Alterlund  Oliver  tailor  r  1200  Geary 
Alternus  John  (Loretta)  bkbndr  r  87  Pleasant 
Alters  John  (Edith)  lab  r  336  Dolores 
Altersberger  Jacob  (Helen)  sausage  1451  Halght 
Altfield  Benj  salsn  Cal  Notion  &  Toy  Co  r  129 
Carl 

"  Danl  r  619  Frederick 
Althaus  Walter  (Stella)  cond  r  1626  Haight 
Altheimer  Jerome  elk  r  1660  Sacramento 

"  Sarah  (widow)  r  1660  Sacramento 
Altheis  Daniel  lab  r  761  Howard 
Alther  Robt  J   (Mary)   corks  and  bottles  1893 
Ellis 

Althof  &  Bahls  printers  330  Jackson 

"  RoUv  with  J  Allen  Jackson  r  Hotel  Minster 
Althorpe  Ashworth  R  (Irene)  mech  r  4156,  22d 
Althos  John  cbntmkr  r  3538,  17th 
Althouse  Alvah  F  (Anna)  shipwkr  r  458  Arleta 
Av 

ALTHOUSE-McAFEE   CO    (Inc)    W   L  P  Alt- 
house    pres.    E    W    McAfee    sec-mgr.  Ins 
brokers.  604-10  Flood  Bldg,  tel  Sutter  2295 
"  Wm  L  P   (Mary  K)  Althouse-McAfee  Co  r 
2150  Hyde 

Altieri  Emma  Mrs  tailoress  r  1209  Waller 
"  Frank  J  (Winnie)  hipr  r  1101  O'Farrell 
"  Louis  (Amelia)  mech  r  571,  11th  Av 
"  Louis  A  chatiffr  r  2265  Union 

Altimira  Jose  (Marie)  cafeteria  2751  Mission 

Alting  Effle  nurse  r  2306  Union 

Altland  Edwin  N  (Daisy  B)  r  662  Cole 
"  Helen  li  copyholder  r  662  Cole 

Altman  Aaron  director  of  art  Pub  School  r  2298 
Green 

"  B  M  cashr  Royal  lus  Co  r  Sausalito 

"  Carrie  widow  r  324,  15th  Av 

"  Esther  (wid  Chas  S)  r  533  Arguello  Blvd 

"  Ira  dep  mgr  M  Friedman  &  Co  r  324,  15th  Av 

"  John  C  (Bess  G)   (Goldman  &  Altman)  atty 
r  2367  Washington 

"  Mark   (Minnie)   ins  broker  311  California  r 
1161  DeHaro 

"  Rebecca  R  (wid  Wm)  r  3810  Sacramento 
Altniansberger  Wm  H  (Cora)  inspr  r  58  Albion 
Altmaycr  Abraham  (Rebecca  W)  r  3641  Jackson 

"  Blanche  Mrs  r  505  Geary 

"  lingo  pies  Farnsworth  Electrical  Wks  r  3641 
Jackson 


r 


PACIFIC  FOUNDRY  COMPANY 


18th  and  Harrison  Sts. 


Phone  Mission  1105 


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204 


ALTMAYER 
"  Leo  eollr  Farnsworth  Elec  Wks  r  3641  Jack- 
son 

"  Moses        treas  Lewis  &  Co  and  msr  Argo- 
naut Club  r  421  Powell 
Alto  Building  381  Bush 
Alton  Hotel  175.  6th 

"  Newell  R  musician  r  Lankershim  Hotel 
ALTON    THOMAS,    genl    mgr    San  Francisco 
Breweries  (Ltd),  240,  2d,  r  San  Mateo 

"  Thos  W  salsn  M  Stulsaft  Co  r  106  Webster 
Altonen  Abel  J  (Amanda)  lab  r  261  Ripley 
Altoona  Hotel  340  O'Farrell 

"  Quick  Silver  Co  333  Kearny 
Altorfer  Jean  chauffr  r  1387  Valleio 
Altpeter  May  V  (wid  Edw  A)  r  463  Wilde 
Altree  Arthur  C  (Eleanor)  mgr  r  1492  Larkin 
Altschul  Bertram  C  salsn  r  639  Hayes 

"  Gerald  W  salsn  r  1255  Masonic 

"  Richd  r  1405  Van  Ness  At 

"  Rudolph  C  (Kate)  salsn  r  761  Turk 
Altshuler  Henry  I  mining  eng  r  3370  Clay 

"  Leyi  r  1350  Sutter 

"  Saml  (Mary)  baker  r  696  Fulton 

"  Saml  (Josephine)   mining  r  3370  Clay 

"  Sol  artist  r  867  Fell 
Alumni  Association  College  of  Physicians  and 
Surgeons  College  Bldg  14th  nr  Valencia 

"  Assn  of  St  Ignatius  TJniy  2211  Hayes 
Alturas  Apartments  3116.  16th 
Altrater  Carolyn  E  bkpr  r  3784.  20th 

"  Edw  I  (Independent  Press  Room),  r  Sausa- 
lito 

ALTVATER  W  F  &  CO,  real  estate,  2565  Mis- 
sion, tel  Mission  5026 
"  Wm  F  (Matilda  T)  (W  F  Altvater  &  Co)  r 
607  Castro 

Aluisette  Alfred  sausagemkr  r  670  Broadwaj' 

Aluli  Wm  tailor  r  1712  Bush 

ALUMINUM  COMPANY  OF  AMERICA,  alum- 
inum in  all  forms,  Wm  C  Lynch  mgr, 
Rialto  Bldg,  116  New  Montgomery,  tel  Sut- 
tee 4101 

ALUMINUM  COOKING  UTENSIL  CO  (New 
Kensington,  Pa)  B  T  Grove  dist  mgr, 
"Wear-Ever"  domestic  and  hotel  cooking 
utensils,  Monadnock  Bldg,  tel  Sutter  4390 

ALUMINUM  GOODS  MFG.  CO. 

(Manitowoc,  Wis),  Alex  Bannie  mgr,  "Mir- 
ro"  and  "Viko"  cooking  utensils  and  spe- 
cialties, 693  Mission,  tel  Sutter  6291 

"  Products  Co  593  Market 
ALUMINUM  SEAL  COMPANY,   Wm  C  Lynch 

mgr,  bottle  caps,   Rialto  Bldg,  116  New 

Montgomery,  tel  Sutter  4101 
Alvard  Ernest  C  musician  r  252.  11th 
Alvarado    Antonio    (Lucretia)    dentist    r  719a 

Grove 

"  Apartments  606  Post 

"  Cipriano  r  316  Guerrero 

"  Fred  shipwkr  r  2425,  24th 

"  John  J  lab  r  316  Guerrero 

"  Jose  A  (Lucretia)  mech  dentist  r  719  Grove 

"  LawTence  mtrmn  r  2425.  24th 

"  Peter  L  cashr  Cook  &  Co  r  Oakland 

"  Salt  Co  16  California 

"  Sarah  (wld  Tirso)   r  2425,  24th 
Alvares  Placido  r  1012  Harrison 
Alvarez  Adam  D  (Mary)  mgr  r  951  Eddy 

"  Anna  D  L    (wid  Albert)   mgr  M  A  Gunst 
branch  r  1446  Cole 

"  Antonio  with  Bank  of  Cal  N  A  r  2840,  25th 

"  Eugene  waiter  r  7?3  Broadway 

"  Felix  lab  r  611  Pacific 

"  Fredk  mech  r  2454  Geary 

"  Gabrielle  widow  r  920  Carolina 

"  Guillermo  (Sophie)  contr  r  860  Broadway 

"  Harold  H  Dentist  177  Post  r  3837  Clay 

"  Henry  (Dolores)  mach  r  2154  Howard 

"  Laura  r  949  Jackson 

"  Luis  S  (Pac  Forwarding  &  Clearing  Co)  r 

1631  Waller 
"  Ruth  r  951  Eddy 
"  Victorlano  (Elisa)  r  1631  Waller 
"  Vincent  (Manuela)  lab  r  1129  Kearny 
"  Walter  C    (Harriet)   phys  177   Post  r  3837 

Clay 

"  Justine  candymkr  r  529  Fell 
Alyers  Frank  (Julia)  r  1144  Mariposa 
"  Jas  watchmn  r  558  Natoma 
Alverson  Herbert  L  (Alice)   cashr  A  T  Bailey 
r  114,  9th  At 
"  Jessie  stenog  Western  Farm  Credit  Co  r  840 
Bush 

"  Martha  (wid  Jos)  r  2208.  15th 
"  Pej-ton  G  elk  Am  Nat  Bank  of  SF  r  2031 
Baker 

"  T  gripmn  r  1790  Pine 

"  W  Brinkley  elk  Anglo  &  London  Paris  Nat 
Bank  r  2031  Baker 


ALVERSON  WM  W 

mgr  Pac  Dept  New  Brunswick  Fire  Ins  Co, 
North  River  Ins  Co,  Richmond  Ins  Co  and 
United  States  Fire  Ins  Co,  266  Bush,  r 
2031  Baker 

Alves  Agnes  M  tchr  Pub  School  r  3388  Clay 
"  Cypriano  C  mach  r  39  Burnside.  At 
"  David  S  printer  r  805  O'Farrell 
"  Edwin  cigars  27  Jackson  r  350  Drumm 
"  Emily  (wid  Jos  S)  r  3685.  17th 
"  Fred  (Theresa)  r  855  Hampshire 
"  Helen  A  bkpr  Pac  Mfg  Co  r  641  O'Farrell 
"  Henry  L    chemist    US    Appraiser    r  855 
Hampshire 

"  Jack  M  (Helen)   auto  repr  355  O'Farrell  r 
641  O'Farrell 

"  Manuel  (Mabel)  driver  r  1082  Capp 

"  Rose  Miss  r  3685,  17th 

"  Ventura  J  (Rose)  baggagemn  r  611  Grove 
Alvey  Chas  D  ins  r  901  Bush 
Alvlgi  Louis   (Carlotta)   painter  r  180  Lisbon 
Alvin  Apartments  170  Duboce  Av 

"  Apartments  1560  Hyde 

"  Harry  (Helen)  salsn  r  2716  California 

"  Harry  C  r  1025  Oak 
Alvis  Archibald  G  with  Travelers  Ins  Co  r  Oak- 
land 

Alviso  Adolph  J  metalwkr  r  1972  Sutter 

"  Luella  (wid  Frank)  r  220  Banks 

"  Peter  painter  r  3997.  18th 
Alvord  A  Don  salsn  Leslie  Judge  Co  r  825  Bush 

"  Alice  J  (wid  Chas)  r  70  Shore  View  Av 

"  John  H  sec  mgr  Great  West  Cattle  Loan  Co 
r  Oakland 

"  R  M  dept  mgr  Genl  Elec  Co  r  Oakland 

"  Vernon  M   teller    THE   FIRST  NATIONAL 

BANK  OF  SAN  FRANCISCO  r  Berkeley 
Alward  V  Lee  v-pres  Simmons  Co  r  Kenosha 

Wis 

ALZAMORA  JULIUS  C,  pres  Super-Gloss  Mfg  Co 
and  mfg  chemist,  1091  Mission,  tel  Market 
18,  r  1238,  37th  Ay 
Alzina  John  (Julia)  lab  r  2511%  Howard 
"  Loris  R   (Lillian)   salsn  Pac  Motor  Sup  Co 
r  851  Haight 
Amadei  Ansano  fruits  1532  Fillmore  r  2160  Sut- 
ter 

Amador  Antonio  porter  r  727  Howard 

"  Central  Railroad  Co  593  Market 

"  Domingo  A  lab  US  Customs  r  Oakland 

"  Lumber  Co  Russ  Bldg 

"  Vincent  (May)  electn  r  824  Valle.io 
Amalgamated  Paint  Co  H   L  Greene  mgr  24 
California 

"  Trading  Co  importers  2 
Amand  A  r  1156  Sutter 

"  Frank  (Josephine)  tailor 
Amandas  Vernon  architect  r 
Amandola  Peter  cook  r  462  Walnut 
AMANN,  see  also  Ammann 

"  Eugene  .T   (Lillian  E)    (Smith  &  Amann)  r 
Fairmont  Hotel 

"  Lillian  E  Mrs  Christian  Scientist  166  Geary 
r  Fairmont  Hotel 

"  Wm  E  mgr  Galena-Signal  Oil  Co  r  Piedmont 
Amantea  Frank  barber  267  Columbus  Av  r  534 
Broadway 

Amaral  Antonio  (Jessie)  hlpr  r  38  Pomona 
"  Guilherme  A  sec  Portuguese  Consul  r  1051 
Taylor 

Amable  Jose   (Concepcion)   tchr  music  r  1286 
Pacific 

Amacher  Henry   (Mary)   prop  Mascot  Hotel  r 
1696  Howard 

"  Jacob  (Bertha)  r  4216.  18th 

"  John  ironwkr  r  481  Minna 
AMADEI,  see  also  Amedeo 

Amaral  Guilherme  A  see  Consul  Portugal  345 
Front 

Amark  Babette  (wid  Fredk  A)  r  811  Shrader 
"  E  F  (Lea  O)  carp  r  1805  Steiner 

Amarosa  Filipo  lab  r  2000  Newcomb  At 

Amati  Bettina   sec   Sherman   Clay   Co  r  1449 
Leavenworth 
"  Katherine  (wid  Felice)  r  1449  Leavenworth 
"  Phyllis   M   sec    Sherman    Clay    Co   r  1449 
Leavenworth 

Amaya  A  A  r  1051  Post 
"  Clem  F  (Emma)  tmstr  r  844  Treat  At 

Ambassador  Apartments  1053  Bush 

Ambek  Christian  r  2489  Harrison 
"  Laurence  C  ironwkr  r  2489  Harrison 

Amber  Leon  (Ray)  tailor  195  Ellis  r  1114  Cole 
"  Maude  (Blake  &  Amber)  r  973  Market 
"  Saml  (Rose)  fitter  r  339.  16th  At 

Amberg  Casper  (Florence)  (Amberg  &  Metzger) 
r  6  Dodge 
"  Clarence  (Evelyne  G)  mach  r  71  Ord 
"  Jos  (Caroline)  mech  r  1454  Hayes 
"  Jos  (Elizabeth)  barber  r  211  Gough 
"  Otto  W  (Delia)  lab  r  133  Henry 
"  Wm  J  (Emma  A)  leatherwkr  r  277  Oak 
"  &  Metzger  (C  Amberg  0  Metzger)  restaurant 
Great  Highway  nr  CabrlUo 


Pine 


r  356  Naples 
1229  Ellis 


PAT.  NOV.2I,  ISta 


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Power 
Pickup" 


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PISTON 
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Factory  Branch 

1124  POLK 

S.  F. 
Franklin  2353 


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90  STYLES 

A                 CONCRETE  MIXERS 

|_  CASTERS 

WHEELBARROWS -CAR  WHEELS 
*                  HAND  TRUCKS 
O                   ETC.,  ETC. 

338-348  Brannan  SL 
Phont  Ktarny  2975 

Amberger    Antonio    (Matilda    B)    tuner  Clark 

Wise  &  Co  r  253d  Dolores 
Amberson  AlRot  flremn  SF  Brew  r  174,  14th 
Ambertine  Marian  janitress  Pub  Sciiool  r  1502 

9tli  Av 

Ambler  Arthur  B  mfrs  aet  461  Market  r  Mill 
Valley 

"  Archer  C  (Bessie)  r  1645  Hyde 
"  Ben.i  (Eliza)  r  2008  Larkin 
"  Bcnj  Jr  (Margaret)  salsn  r  2010  Larkin 
"  Geo  A  Hawkins  phys  210  Post  r  1411  Sac- 
ramento 

"  Madeline  A  Mrs  comp  r  1025  Bush 
"  Raymond  (Madeline  A)  easmkr  r  1025  Bush 
Ambos  R  J  r  860  Bush 

Ambra  Antone  (Grace)  painter  r  412  Anderson 
Ambridge  Margaret  B    (wid  Fredk  C)   r  1308 
Taylor 

Ambriska  Mathias  (Mary)  firemn  r  434  Vlcksburg 
Ambrogio  Jos  (ISrnesta)  lab  r  5  Saturn 
Ambrose  Albert  (Luella)  bldr  r  370,  30th  Av 

"  Alfred  P  (Josephine)   elk  Hercules  Powder 
Co  r  2040  Hyde 

"  Clarence  A  (Elma)  cond  r  2714  Folsom 

"  Debs  A  molder  r  2248  Pulton 

"  Florence  B  r  924  Clayton 

"  Henry  M  (Mabel  A)  collr  Am  Ry  Ex  r  1639, 
9th  Ay 

"  Jas  A  lab  r  2758,  21st 

"  Jas  r  1033  Page 

"  John  (Rose)  mach  r  2106  Folsom 

"  Josephine  R  tchr  Pub  School  r  1033  Page 

"  Mary  r  829  Hayes 

"  Philip  (Mary  F)  salsn  r  68  Curtis 

"  Saml  r  948  Mission 

"  Teresa  Mrs  fitter  r  835  Octavia 

"  Thos  E    (Florence  B)   mgr  Vallejo  Disposal 
Co  r  924  Clayton 

"  Wm  elk  SO  Co  r  263  Eureka 

"  Wm  C  drftsmn  John  Reid  Jr  r  Berkeley 

"  Wm  E  molder  r  2248  Fulton 

"  Wm  F  Mrs  r  1427  Larkin 

"  W  N  cashr  Fed  Res  Bank  r  Oakland 
Ambrosetti  Emilio  chef  r  1551  Quesada  Av 
Ambrosini  Giacomo   (Delucchi  '&  Ambrosinl)  r 
31  Silver  Av 

"  Peter  (Angelina)  boilermkr  r  230  Ney 
Ambrosio  Deo  fish€<rman  r  1064  Quesada  Av 

"  Emma  B  Mrs  r  1141  Larkin 
Ambrust  Phillip  elk  r  3909,  17th 
AMBRUSTER,  see  also  Armhruster 
Arabuhl  Andrew  salsn  Federal  Electric  Co 

"  Martha  Mrs  r  1624  Geary 
Ambulia  Elia  cook  r  30  Pleasant 
Amburg  Antone  seamn  r  55  Duncan 
Amburson  Gustave  mach  r  2339  Market 
Amechazurra  Luis  de  with  Am  Finance  &  Com 

Co  r  440  Eddy 
Amegdalidis  Timothy  cafe  1.52.  3d  r  156,  3d 
Amelingmeyer  Henry   (Hedwig)  finisher  r  153a 

Alpine  Ter 
Amend  Geo  B  elk  Am  Ry  Ex  r  190,  27th 

"  Jacob  J  (Elaine)  police  r  190,  27th 
Amendt  Mary    (wid   Emil)    tailor   8%,   29th  r 

3331,  26th 
Ament  Albert  H  (Rhoda)  r  128  Laguna 

"  Geo  R  elk  r  1434  Joues 

"  OrovlUe  E  salesmgr  Commercial  Auto  Co  r 
Oakland 

Amer  Alice  G  (wid  John  D)  r  1136  Ellis 
AMERICA-JAPAN   TRADING   CO.    R   K  Iserl 
mgr,  importers,  exporters  of  general  exports, 
sole  agents  Jiyndo,  Shibutani  &  Co,  Osaka, 
Japan,  149  California,  tel  Kearny  1886 
Americas  &  Orient  Co  112  Market 
AMERICAN   ABRASIVE  METALS   CO.  Pacific 

Materials  Co,  525  Market.    (See  page  67) 
AMERICAN   AFFILIATED   PETROLEUM  COR- 
PORATION (Inc),  840-843  Pacific  Bldg,  tel 
Douglas  1509 
"  Adjusting  Assu  201  Snnsome 
"  Alliance  Ins  Co  210  Sansome 
*'  Aiulmlance  Co  146  Central  Av 
AMERICAN  AND  FOREIGN  MARINE  INSUR- 
ANCE CO,  auto  ins,   Chus  J  Okell  &  Co 
gcnl  agts.  201  Sausome 
AMERICAN  APPRAISAL  CO  THE  (Milwaukee 
Wis)  H  R  Bracken  mgr,  815  Amer  National 
Bank  Bldg,  tel  Sutter  2045 
"  Art  Metal  Wks  13  Grace 
"  Art  Works  J12  Market 
"  Asbestos  &  Mfg  Co  58  Sutter 
"  Asbestos  Products  Co  58  Sutter 
"  Asiatic  Trading  Co  444  Market 
"  Atnios  Corp  405  California 
"  Automatic  Lock  &  Lift  Co  (Cal  Wall  Beds) 
72  Fremont 

AMERICAN  AUTOMOBILE  IN- 

SURANCE  CO.  H  R  Croiise  mgr  California 
br.incli,  Rotunda  Mills  Bldg,  tel  DouelaB 
2993 

AMERICAN  AUTO  PAINTING  CO.  S  R  Bram- 
hall  mgr.  painting,  trimming  and  body  re- 
pairs. Van  Ness  Av  at  Eddy,  tel  Prospect 
4206 


AMERICAN 
"  Baking  Co  r  1252  Mission 

AMERICAN  BANK  NOTE  COM- 

PANY,  engravers  and  lithographers,  First 
National  Bank  Bldg,  tel  Garfield  351,  H  F 
Hinckley  Pacific  Coast  representative 

"  Bankers  Assn  1  Montgomery 

"  Barnum  Co  chemicals  Harvey  de  L  Cebrian 
mgr  57  Post 

"  Beet  Sugar  Co  625  Market 
AMERICAN  BIBLE  SOCIETY,   A  Welsey  Mell 

Pacific  Coast  sec,  122  McAllister 
AMERICAN  BISCUIT  CO,  Ritchie  L  Dunn  pres 
and  mgr,  R  C  Pell  asst  mgr,  cor  Battery 
and  Broadway,  tel  Douglas  100 

"  Board  of    Commissioners   for    Foreign  Mis- 
sions (Cong)  Phelan  Bldg 

"  Bonding  Co  433  California 

"  Bonding  &  Casualty  341  Montgomery 

"  Book  Co  pub  121.  2d 
AMERICAN    BOSCH     MAGNETO  CORPORA- 
TION, ignition,  lighting  and  starting  sys- 
tems,  1262  Post  bet  Van  Nt«s  Av  and 
Franklin,  tel  Prospect  735-736 

"  Bottling  &  Soda  Water  Co  264,  9th 

"  Box  &  Drum  Co  639  Front 

"  Brake  Shoe  &  Foundry  Co  of  Cal  Call  Bldg 

"  Brass  Mfg  Co  731  Folsom 

"  Building  Maintenance  Co  406  Flood  Bide 

"  Bureau  of  Shipping  1  Drumm 

AMERICAN  CAN  CO. 

mfrs  tin  cans  and  sheet  iron  ware,  japan- 
ners,  lithographed  cans  and  metal  signs. 
Pacific  district  office  Mills  Bldg,  10th  floor 
general  offices  120  Broadway,  New  York 
City. 

"  Cash  Grocery  149v)  Larkin 
"  Cast  Iron  Pipe  Co  593  Market 
"  Catholic   Foreign   Mission    (RC)    1911  Van 
Ness  Av 

AMERICAN  CENTRAL  INSURANCE  CO,  Benj 

Goodwin  mgr  Pac  Dept,  241  Sansome 
AMERICAN    CHAIN    CO     (Inc)  (Bridgeport, 
Conn)  C  W  Moody  rep,  weed  chains  and 
iron  chains.  Pacific  Bldg,  tel  Sutter  4716 
"  Chemical  Works  1030  Folsom 
AMERICAN    CHICLE    CO,    S    T    Britten  Pac 
Coast  mgr,  manufacturer  of  chewing  gum, 
735-749  Battery,  tel  Douglas  1036 
"  Cigar  Sales  Co  411  Market 
"  Circular  Loom  Co   (N   Y)   Lewis  E  Sperry 

rep  126  New  Montgomery 
"  City  Bureau  465  California 
"  Club  252,  6th 

"  Cleaning  &  Dyeing  Wks  r  560  Balboa 

"  Coin  Register  Co  681  Market 

"  Commerce  Assn  Pacific  Bldg 

"  Commission  on  Irish  Independence  Frank  P 
Walsh  chairman  1095  Market 

"  Concrete  Co  785  Market 

"  Concrete  Pile  Co  9  Main 
AMERICAN  CREAM  TARTAR  CO,,  624  Cali- 
fornia, tel  Kearny  871 

"  Credit  indemnity  Co  ins  465  California 

"  Decorating  Co  348  Hayes 
AMERICAN  DENTAL  GOLD  CO..  Edw  H.  Cos- 
griff  mgr,  sole  distributor  SHREVE  & 
COMPANY'S  dental  gold  and  solders  Shreve 
Bldg,  210  Post,  tel  Sutter  6238 
AMERICAN  DIAMALT  CO.  Edward  M  Bauer 
Sales  mgr,  742  Mkt,  tei  Kearny  4840 

"  District  Telegraph  Cal50  Post 
AMERICAN  DREDGING  CO,  Marshall  0  Harris 
pres  Nicholas  R  Harris  sec,  255  California 

"  Druggists  Syndicate  109  To\™send 

"  Dveiug  &  Cleaning  Wks  1634  Market 
AMERICAN  EAGLE  FIRE  INSURANCE  (of 
New  York)  0  E  Allan  sec.  Insurance  Ex- 
change Bldg,  433  California,  tel  Kearny 
1900.  City  Dept,  Harry  W  Nason  mgr,  441 
California 

"  Electric   Motor   Co   F  H   Schlaieh   mgr  692 
Mission 

"  Electrical  Engineering  Co  1723  Polk 
"  Electrical  Works  612  Howard 
"  Employment  Agency  763  Howard 
"  Engraving    and    Color    Plate    Co    109  New 
Jlontgomerv 

AMERICAN  EaUITABLE  ASSURANCE  CO,  22 

Leidesdorff 
"  Estates  Co  58  Sutter 
"  Expoitcr  Adv  16  California 

AMERICAN  EXPRESS  CO. 

Financial,  Foreign  Shipping,  Travel,  Mar- 
ket at  2d 

AMERICAN  FACTORS,  LIMITED  (Honolulu) 
P  A  Drew.  Mgr  San  Francisco  Branch. 
Alaska  Commercial  Bldg,  310  Sansome,  t«I 
Sutter  790 

"  Farms  Co  255  California 

"  Fashion  Co  985  Market 

"  Federation  of  Musicians  68  Halght 


CRYSTAL  GELATINE  CO. 

FAIRFAX  AVE.  and  RANKIN  ST. 


Pure  Food  Gelatine 

For  All  Purposes 


See  Page  90 


Phone  Mission  807 


296 


ZELLERBACH  PAPER  CO 

BATTERY  STREET  AT  JACKSON,  SAN  FRANCISCO 


AMERICAN  FELT  CO,  John  H  KemD  reoresenta- 
tive,  519  Commercial  Bide  833  Market,  tel 
.     Kearny  1621 

"  Film  Co  A  M  Bowles  mgr  985  Market 
AMERICAN  FINANCE   AND    COMMERCE  CO 

(Ino)  Adolf 0  StaW  pres.  Donald  Lindo 
T-pres  and  genl  mgr.  J  A  Stahl  and  L  A 
Stahl  v-pres,  B  Goldfish  treas.  Wm  Meyer 
asst  treas.  E  S  Heller  sec,  importers,  ex- 
porters and  commission,  150  California,  tel 
Sutter  4357 

"  Flower  Wks  348  Hayes 

"  Foresters  Hall  172  Golden  Gate  Av 

"  Foresters  Review  1435  Octayia 
AMERICAN  FORGE  CO,  Jos  Eastwood  pres  and 
mer,   genl  blacksmithiner  and  steel  forg- 
ing, weU  boring  and  drilling  tools,  ham- 
mered steel  shoes  and  dies,  25-37  Tehama 

"  Gasoline  Co  343  Sansome 

"  Glove  Co  822  Mission 

AMERICAN  GLUE  COMPANY 

Glue,  Gelatine  and  Sand  Paper,  Fairfax  At 
and  Rankin,  tel  Mission  807  (See  page  90) 

"  Gold  Dredging  Co  Sharon  Bldg 

"  Grates  Cheese  Co  84  Clay 

"  Hall  Capp  and  20th 

"  Hardwood  Floor  Co  J  F  Renstrom  Mgr  1422 
Franklin 

"  Harp  &  Novelty  Co  (P  P  Await)  883  Market 
"  Hat  Co  833  Market 

"  Haw  SS  Co  Williams  Dimond  &  Co  agts  310 
Sansome 

■■  Hog  Co,  Crocker  Bldg 
AMERICAN  HOME  FURNITURE  CO,  From  Fac- 
tory to  Consumer.    We  specialize  in  beds, 
springs  and  mattresses,  1081  Mission,  tel 
Market  6269 

"  Hotel  718  Howard 

"  Ice  Machine  Co  The  58  Sutter 
AMERICAN  IMPORT  CO  (Inc)  THE,  S  J  Krae- 
mer  pres,  T  L  Brennan  see-treas,  importers 
of    European    and    Oriental  manufactured 
products,    mfrs    ladies'    underwear,  chil- 
dren's dresses.  16-28.  1st,  tel  Kearny  2067 
AMERICAN   INDEMNITY    CO    (of  Galveston, 
Texas)  T  P  Strong  gen  agt,  Holbrook  Bldg, 
58  Sutter,  tel  Sutter  1374 
AMERICAN    INDEMNITY    EXCHANGE.  B  L 
Kendall  genl  mgr.   Automobile  Insurance, 
441-448  Call  Bldg.  tel  Sutter  6953 

"  Institute  of  Architecture  77  O'Farrell 

"  Institute  of  Banking  126  Post 

"  Insulating  Co  58  Sutter 

"  Investment  Co  Mills  Bldg 

"  Kron  Scale  Co  430  California 
AMERICAN-LA  FRANCE  FIRE  ENGINE  CO 
OF  CALIFORNIA,  F  R  Van  Rensselaer 
v-pres  and  branch  mgr,  J  F  Noonan,  V  H 
Brown  and  C  A  Taber  sales  reps,  151  New 
Montgomery,  tel  Sutter  984 

"  liBdy  Corset  Co  28  Geary 

"  Laundry  Co  148  Erie 
AMERICAN  LAUNDRY  MACHINERY  CO  (Inc) 
The,  Pacific  Sales  division  Jos  Shoemaker 
sales  mgr,  laundry  and  dry  cleaning  ma- 
chinery, laundry  supplies,  416-418  Mission, 
tel -Douglas  1631 

"  League    Placement    Bureau   for  discharged 
service  men  826  Flood  Bldg 

"  Legion  of  California  Flood  Bldg 
AMERICAN  LINE,  T  H  Larke  pass  agt,  550 
Market,  tel  Garfield  1955 

"  Livestock  Co  625  Market 

AMERICAN  LOCOMOTIVE  CO. 

(N  Y)  Norman  B  Livermore  &  Co  rep  1306 
Merchants  Nat  Bank  Bldg,  626  Market 

"  Machine  Wks  39  Tehama 

"  Magnesite  Co  681  Market 

AMERICAN  MANGANESE 

STEEL  CO,  J  W  Plant  mgr  Oakland 
Works,  steel  castings,  522  Insurance  Ex- 
change Bldg,  433  California,  tel  Sutter  1644 
AMERICAN  MARBLE  AND  MOSAIC  CO,  office 
25-59  Columbia  So  near  Folsom,  bet  6th  and 
7th.  tel  Market  5070,  factory  on  water 
front  South  San  Francisco,  tel  South  San 
Francisco  161 

AMERICAN    MARINE  PAINT 

CO,  J  M  Botts  pres,  Mfgrs  Anti-corrosive, 
Anti-fouling  and  copper  paint,  149  Califor- 
nia, tel  Kearny  470 

"  Masonic  Federation  (Inc)  1278  Market 
AMERICAN  MERCANTILE  CO,  S  Glaser  pres, 
import,  export  and  commission,  510  Bat- 
tery, tel  Kearny  1707 
AMERICAN  MERCHANT  MARINE  INSUR- 
ANCE CO  (Marina  Dept)  Chas  H  WllUam- 
.son  Pacific  Coast  mgr,  322  California,  tel 
Sutter  4418 

"  Middv  Co  1119  Geary 

"  Motor  Repair  Co  1393  Post 


AMERICAN  MULTIGRAPH   SALES   CO,  THE, 

J  A  Whiting  Div  mgr,  537  Pacific  Bldg,  tel 
Sutter  1149 

AMERICAN  MUTUAL  LIABILITY  INSURANCE 

CO  (Boston)  Norman  S  Hesseltine  dist  mgr. 
816-817  Balboa  Bldg,  593  Market,  tel  Kear- 
ny 3202 

AMERICAN  NATIONAL  BANK  BLDG,  Philip 
S  Carlton  mgr,  485  California,  cor  Mont- 
gomery 

AMERICAN  NATIONAL  BANK 

OF  SAN  FRANCISCO,  P  E  Bowles  chair- 
man of  the  toard,  G  N  O'Brien  pres,  Rus- 
sell Lowry  v-pres,  I  H  Santorn  v-pres,  G  M 
Bowles  cashier,  L  E  Alt,  M  C  Gil)son  and 
H  A  Estahrook  asst  cashiers,  American  Nat 
Bank  Bldg,  California  and  Montgomery 

"  National  Bank  Safe  Deposit  Vaults  California 
and  Montgomery 

"  National  Ins  Co  of  Galveston  Phelan  Bldg 

"  Optical  Co  140  Geary 

"  Order  of  Clansmen  1112  Market 

"  Oriental  Co  Kohl  Bldg 

"  Pacific  Co  importers  Mills  Bldg 

"  National  Red  Cross  (Bureau  of  Supplies)  862 
Mission 

"  Packing  Co  18,  13th 

"  Pad  &  Paper  Co  (Reid  &  Gilmartin)  444 
Market 

"  Net  and  Twine  Co  443  Mission 

"  Paper  Goods  Co  (Kensington  Conn)  W  D 
Brooks  rep  444  Monadnock  Bldg 

"  Petroleum  Co  343  Sansome 
AMERICAN  PHARMACAL  CO  (Inc)  C  A  Seifert 
pres-genl  mgr,  E  R  Chambers  v-pres,  D  D 
Campin  sec,  whol  drugs,  1307-9-11  Claus 
Spreckels  Bldg,  tel  Sutter  4708  laboratories 
2439-43  Sutter,  tel  West  6601 

AMERICAN   PHOTO  PLAYER 

CO,  Sherman  Clay  &  Co  sales  agt,  109  Gold- 
en Gate  Av 

"  Photo  Player  Sales  Co  109  Golden  Gate  Av 
AMERICAN    PLATE    AND  WINDOW  GLASS 
CO,  638,  4th 
"  Pleating  Co  212  Stockton 
"  Pool  Hall  80  Ellis 
"  Printing  Co  641  Mission 
"  Printing  Machinery  Co  86,  3rd 

AMERICAN  RADIATOR  COM- 

PANY,  H  W  Nohle  mgr  manufacturers 
of  steam  and  hot  water  heating  hollers, 
radiators  and  ventilating  apparatus,  vacuum 
cleaners,  stationary  and  truck  type.  Branch 
show-room  and  warehouse  2d  and  Town- 
send,  tel  Kearny  6680 

AMERICAN  RAILWAY  EX- 

PRESS  CO,  general  offices  2d  and  Mission, 
hranches   Emharcadero  foot  Mission,  125() 
Polk,  S  P  Depot  3rd  and  Townsend,  stahles 
617  Folsom,  supply  department  shops  and 
garage  635  Folsom 
"  Railway  Express  Co  (no  mark  bureau)  51,  2d 
"  Red  Cross  Pacific  Division  Flood  Bldg 
"  Red  Star  Animal  Relief  211  Balboa  Bldg 
AMERICAN  REDWOOD  CO,  R  J  Long  v-pres, 
mfrs  and  dealers  in  redwood  and  pine  lum- 
ber, redwood  R  R  ties,  tanbark,  shakes, 
shingles,  etc,  407  Balboa  Bldg,  tel  Sutter 
3229 

"  Registered  Pharmacists  Pacific  Bldg 

"  Registered  Pharmacists'   Journal  (monthly) 

Pacific  Bldg 
"  Rescue  Workers  2644  Howard 
"  Ribbon  and  Carbon  Co  525  Market 
"  Ring  Co  Rialto  Bldg 

"  River  Consolidated  Development  Corp  45 
Kearny 

AMERICAN  ROLLING  MILL 

CO  OF  CALIFORNIA  THE,  H  0  Stevens 
pres-genl  mgr,  rust  resisting  "Armco" 
American  Ingot  Iron  Products,  10th  and 
Harrison,  tel  Market  3495 

"  Rubber  Mfg  Co  356  Market 

"  Safety  Razor  Co  693  Mission 

"  Sales  Agencies  Co  112  Market 

AMERICAN  SALVAGE  CO. 

Marine  hrokers  and  auctioneers,  goods  sal- 
vaged for  account  fire  marine  insurance  and 
warehousemen.  953  Mission,  tel  Kearny 
3452  and  Sutter  6896 

"  Sampson  phys  1207  Noe 

"  School  of  Music  988  Hayes  branch  1915  Cle- 
ment 

AMERICAN  SEEDLESS  RAISIN 

CO,  Franklin  P  Nutting  pres  and  genl  mgr, 
A  C  Wykoff  v-pres,  Gladys  Dupuy  sec, 
Frank  D  Stringham  treas,  58  Sutter,  tel 
Sutter  6191 

"  Shale  &  Petroleum  Co  Balboa  Bldg 
"  Sheet  and  Tin  Plate  Co  Rialto  Bldg 


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American 

"  Shipmasters  Assn  of  the  Pacific  Coast  112 
Market 

"  Slicine  Machine  Co  (ChicaKO)  630  Mission 
"  Smelter  Securities  Co  465  California 
"  Society  for  Civic  and  Social  Economy  Hearst 
Bide 

"  Society  for  Thrift  450  Flood  Bldpr 

AMERICAN  SODA  FOUNTAIN 

CO,  A  G  Whittemore  mgr,  mfrs  of  and 
dealers  in  soda  water  apparatus  and 
■bottlers'  supplies  and  bottling  machinery, 
680  Mission,  tel  Sutter  1759 

AMERICAN  STANDARD  OIL  BURNER  CO, 
manufacturers  Simplex  Crude  Oil  Burners, 
factorj'  and  offices  5th  and  Parker,  West 
Berkeley,  citv  office  1  Montgomery 

AMERICAN  STEEL  &  WIRE  CO,  F  S  Phelps 
sunt.  16th  and  Folsom.  tel  Sutter  2500 

AMERI